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Who would destroy a community’s food crops? Who would destroy a community’s food crops?

The crops of the Lenca community were destroyed, allegedly by members of the Madrid family, in what is the latest instance of harassment of the indigenous inhabitants of Río Blanco in Honduras

Massive protests in Puerto Rico seek governor’s resignation and an end to colonization

The protesters’ immediate demand is for governor Ricardo Rosselló to resign, but the mobilizations have also highlighted the widespread rejection of Puerto Rico’s status as a colony of the US

Human rights report on Venezuela ignores impact of imperialist aggression

The much anticipated UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights report barely touched upon how the economic sanctions and right-wing violence have impacted the lives of the Venezuelan people

“The US government supports the violation of human rights to protect their interests”

10 years since the coup d’état in Honduras we look at the role of the US and international financial institutions in the coup

“Conservative elements wanted to stop the process of change underway in Honduras”

10 years since the coup d’état in Honduras, we speak with Camilo Bermúdez to look at the motivations behind the coup and the impacts it has had on Honduras

Assassination and intimidation of social leaders continues unabated in Colombia

The brutal assassination of María del Pilar Hurtado in front of her 9-year old son on June 21 shook the country to its core. The very next day, Andrés Chica, who demanded justice for Maria, was forced to leave his home after threats

Hondurans intensify protests, demand resignation of president

After weeks of mass mobilizations against the privatization of healthcare and education, Hondurans are demanding the resignation of president Juan Orlando Hernández

Reports confirm political bias behind legal persecution of Lula

The reports released by The Intercept on Sunday confirm the suspicion held by many that the incarceration and silencing of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva had deep political motivations

“We ask for nothing more but to live freely on our land”

Bachraya Abahazem, an activist from Western Sahara was “disappeared” for more than a decade in one of Morocco’s clandestine detention centers. He talks about the torture in these centers and the struggle of his people for freedom

Struggle against privatization in Honduras renews rebellion against government

Thousands participated in the national strike against the privatization of health and education. The mobilizations channeled the widespread anger against the government of Juan Orlando Hernández

Jesús Santrich in critical condition after release and re-arrest

After minutes of being freed from La Picota Prison, a nearly unconscious Santrich was re-arrested under orders of the Attorney General of Colombia

“This is a war against the Honduran people”

Last week, the Honduran government announced an agreement for a 311 million dollar IMF loan even as news surfaced about the arrival of 1,000 Israeli troops to the country

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