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Gitmo files WikiLeaks’ Guantanamo files exposed inhumane American ‘war on terror’

The documents published by Wikileaks in 2011 revealed how top US officials were directly involved in the torture and illegal detention of many innocents. This explains the US attempt to punish Julian Assange for revealing their failures

Julian Assange prison The US is determined to make Julian Assange pay for exposing the cruelty of its war on Iraq

With Julian Assange’s extradition trial set to begin on September 7, Vijay Prashad discusses Assange’s heroic work in exposing US war crimes and the heavy price he has paid for it

The people’s uprising against racism in the United States

Why are there so many people in the United States who understand they have nothing to lose? Why are hundreds of thousands in the streets willing to risk infection and arrests, in order to join the protests?

“The people of the United States are fed up”

Claudia de La Cruz analyzes the systemic racism in the country and talks about the demands of the protesters.

Communists in Cyprus demand end to US blockade on Cuba

The Progressive Party of Working People condemned the US blockade of supplies of medical equipment, respirators and diagnostic test kits. It also expressed solidarity with the Cuban doctors who are treating COVID-19 patients across the world

US blocks export of crucial N95 masks to Canada and Latin America

At a time when countries like Cuba and China are offering assistance and providing doctors and medical supplies to others, the US move is being criticized as self-centered

US forces withdraw from three Iraqi bases

We look at the history of the invasion even as US troops withdraw from certain bases.

Iraq war 12 ways the US invasion of Iraq lives on in infamy

17 years after the US-led invasion of Iraq, the consequences have lived up to the fears of all who opposed it. Millions of Iraqis were killed or wounded and millions more were displaced

Why does the Democratic party establishment want to stop Bernie Sanders?

What does the way forward look like for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders? Does he still have a shot at clinching the nomination?

Sergio Hernandez US Supreme Court dismisses case of Mexican teenager’s murder by Border Patrol

The dismissal comes as a major blow to the decade-long battle fought by the parents of Sergio Hernández, who was killed in 2010 after being shot by a Border Patrol officer

Socialism Rises Like a Phoenix to Haunt America

Bernie Sander’s Nevada win is a dramatic irony. America thought it buried socialism by winning the Cold War, and now it faces the blow-back from socialism that threatens to undermine the very foundations of its political and economic system.

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