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In the wake of mass abortion rights protests across the US, the powerful start to react

US government figures have rushed to the defense of the political system after the leak of the draft decision set to overturn Roe v. Wade

Indigenous and climate activists organize week of action in US capital

More than 300 arrests were made between in the first three days of a week-long action by a coalition of indigenous groups and climate activists, demanding an end to fossil fuel projects and other polluting industries

America Escalates Its “Democratic” Oil War in the Near East

Michael Hudson discusses the underlying factors driving the US aggression against Iran

Washington and Bogotá maintain a permanent policy of terrorism against Venezuela, says Nicolás Maduro

Ignacio Ramonet, a Spanish intellectual, journalist and writer based in France, a specialist in geopolitics and international strategy, and a consultant to the UN, recently interviewed Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro Moros. Tomorrow Nicolás Maduro will begin his second term as president of Venezuela.