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Cuban Doctors Save 260 Lives in Sierra Leone

Since October, Cuban doctors have cured many people with Ebola.
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Battle hots up to curb ‘vulture funds’

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Argentina’s vulture fund crisis—global implications

Global and systemic implications of United States Supreme Court rulings in favour of hedge funds over Argentina on 2001 defaulted bonds
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Who’s Extorting Whom? It’s All about Coercion

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Where are the people who are going to change things?

Africa often seems to be stuck in an endless cycle of dictators, rancid revolutionaries and false dawns. But genuine champions of change exist, some great others quite ordinary people.
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What is Inexcusable is Venezuela's Political Independence

An interview with John Pilger, conducted by Michael Albert.
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Walmart Worker Victory Shows What We Can Win If We Keep Fighting

With much of America suffering through oppressively cold weather, perhaps a summer baseball analogy is in order: American workers have just scored a run in the middle innings of a battle for economic justice and dignity.
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Venezuelan Opposition Mayor, Alias The Vampire, Arrested for Role in Blue Coup Plot

Venezuelan opposition Mayor and longtime rightwing politician, Antonio Ledezma, has been arrested by the country Continue reading

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Venezuelan Guarimbas- 11 Things the Media Didn't Tell You

At one year since the violence opposition barricades in Venezuela that aimed to bring down the democratically elected government, teleSUR reviews 11 things the media kept secret.
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Transnational actions against the European Central Bank’s opening: March 18th 2015 in Frankfurt

2015 began with something unheard of. The people in Greece stood up against all threats from Europe and elected a new left government. This, after 5 years of ruining the country of Greece, where the people lived in constant struggle against the humanitarian crisis and social destruction. A government was elected to stand up to the European institutions, rather than to accept more austerity measures imposed on its people. We support the decision by the Greek people to reject the neoliberal doctrine of “no alternative.” We feel empowered and see the possibility of another future. Especially since this is connected to other important ongoing popular movements, like in Spain. Just recently in the streets of Madrid hundred thousands of people said out loud: We can and we will win again! Next, the people in Greece and all over Europe filled the squares on February 11th, the day the Eurogroup started renegotiating the Greek debt. A transnational wave of solidarity actions was unleashed.
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