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18 December 2014 0:08

Cuban President Fidel Castro is accompanied by Hajj Seyed Hassan Khomeini, the grandson of the late Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran, as he leads more than 1.2 million Cubans in the largest anti-U.S. protest in four decades of hostilities, July 26, 2001. The march was billed by the ruling Communist Party as a protest against all U.S. "aggressions and crimes'' since...

17 December 2014 23:45

Nearly 300 native Brazilians, armed with bows and arrows, have demonstrated against a bill which calls for allocation of land to indigenous people. Brazil’s parliament will be authorized to allocate land to indigenous people should the bill is passed by the Congress. The responsibility has been under Brazilian president’s authority so far. Demonstrators, who had gathered in front of the Congress in...

17 December 2014 22:41

  Bolivia says stronger regional cooperation plays a key role in countering the Unites States’ economic hostility toward Latin America. “We are going to confront this economic aggression, together,” President Evo Morales said in an interview with Venezuela’s state-run network, Telesur, on Tuesday. He urged Latin American countries to support the regional blocs that unite them both politically and commercially such as the...

17 December 2014 18:39

Bolivia says stronger regional cooperation plays a key role in countering the Unites States’ economic hostility toward Latin America. “We are going to confront this economic aggression, together,” President Evo Morales said in an interview with Venezuela’s state-run network, Telesur, on Tuesday. He urged Latin American countries to support the regional blocs that unite them both politically and commercially such as the...

16 December 2014 15:07

On Monday, Venezuelans held a massive rally in the nation's capital city of Caracas to repudiate the sanctions that were recently announced by the American government. The sanctions include confiscation of senior officials' properties and freeze of bank accounts in the United States. Addressing a large crowd, President Nicolas Maduro said that by no mean his government and Venezuela as a...

16 December 2014 10:41

Thousands of government supporters in Venezuela have taken to the streets of the capital Caracas to protest against new US sanctions on the country. The Monday protest rally came after the US Congress approved asset freezes and visa bans as measures against certain Venezuelan authorities over alleged human rights violations against anti-government protesters. Addressing the demonstrators, President Nicolas Maduro lashed out at...

14 December 2014 11:05

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has lashed out at the United States for imposing further sanctions against the Latin American country. During a Saturday speech in the capital city of Caracas, Maduro said the new “stupid” measures are aimed at undermining the military staff's loyalty after his government thwarted a coup d’état plot against his government in June. He further accused the US...

14 December 2014 1:16

A US government agency secretly infiltrated Cuba's underground hip-hop scene for more than two years and tried to use musicians to create a youth movement against the Cuban government, according to a new investigation. Documents obtained by the Associated Press show that United States Agency for International Development (USAID) indirectly recruited unwitting rappers to “break the information blockade" and build a...

12 December 2014 20:17

America’s decades-long economic sanctions against Cuba are part of wider strategy to destabilize countries that refuse to submit to US imperialism, a geopolitical analyst in New York says. The United States uses its “soft power apparatus” to implement “regime change and or destabilization of countries that do not conform to US dictates in foreign policy and international economics,” said Eric Draitser,...

12 December 2014 16:40

A former army commander in Argentina accused of committing crimes against humanity has revealed secrets of the US-backed military dictatorship in the 1970s, Press TV reports. Former Major Ernesto “Nabo” Barreiro has broken his 31-year pact of silence by revealing the locations of graves of people who disappeared under the military regime during the so-called “Dirty War” from 1976-1983, an Argentine...

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