After the controversial phone call between Trump and the Mexican president

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After all the rumors around the phone call conversation that had president Trump and the Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto, the Washington Post obtained the records of U.S president saying to his counterpart: “stop stating that Mexico would not pay for a wall on the border”.

“You cannot say that to the press,” Trump told Nieto, urging him to refrain from the public statements because of the political damage it would impose on Trump.

“If you are going to say that Mexico is not going to pay for the wall, then I do not want to meet with you guys anymore because I cannot live with that,” Trump told Nieto, according to the transcript.

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Kentucky and Arkansas against U.S policies recoil towards Cuba

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A coalition of the Democratic and Republican parties of the United States launched the Kentucky-Engage State Council of Cuba to promote policies of rapprochement between that US territory and the Caribbean island.

The group is made up of political and business leaders and headed by state agriculture commissioner Ryan Quarles and Blue Equity executive director Jonathan Blue.

According to the members of the Council the economic, commercial and financial siege affects the companies and farmers of the territory, and the Cuban people.

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Financing the fire on Venezuela

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Opposition leaders gathered in the so called “Table of Democratic Unit” became the principal promoters of violence in Venezuela. The solution for their politic conflicts with Chavista militancy is the “Zero Hour”, a new violent escalation of anti-Chavez in the country´s streets to try to make a coup of State, instead of a pacific dialogue.

Even though many people are protesting against the former government and that many civilians got killed, media have made a  malicious and little objective interpretation of reality.

Mostly of press talk about victims, but not a single one makes clear that the majority of murderers are common criminals payed for those acts. Could media ever be objective, at least not to be pitiful fabricators of lies ?

Media only show a face of reality, hidding the other majority of Venezuelans that support Nicolas Maduro government.

Now, with the country divided, what´s the MUD and the opposition proposal? To make “Venezuela burn”.

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Luciano Rivera, 10th victim of crimes against journalists

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Rivera is the 10 th journalist killed during 2017 in Mexico

Luciano Rivera, is the 10 th journalist on the list of 2017 press victims in Mexico, which is considered one of the deadliest countries in the Western Hemisphere for reporters.

Rivera was murdered in Rosarito, a coastal resort city in Baja California. He was at a bar named “La Antigua de Playas de Rosarito” when a group of people assaulted and shot him directly in the face.

The attackers ran away but they were arrested soon after and the police found the murder weapon in their vehicle.

Bibi Gutierrez, president of the Association of Journalists of Tijuana, expressed her condolences in a message on her Facebook account.

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Michel Temer disapproval reaches 94% among the Brazilian population

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According to the Pulso Brasil survey, 95% of Brazilians think that the country is going on the wrong way

Michel Temer and Aécio Neves are the less popular politicians according to the Ipsos / Fabio Rodrigues Pozzebom / Agência Brasil survey.
Data from the Pulso Brasil poll published on Tuesday 25 point to the Brazilian people’s dissatisfaction with the coup government of Michel Temer of the Brazilian Democratic Movement Party (PMDB). The study is made monthly by the opinion and market survey firm Ipsos Public Affairs.

The analysis shows that 94% of the population disapproves the management of Temer and 95% believe that the country is going in a wrong direction. The survey interviewed 1200 people in 72 Brazilian municipalities in all regions of the country.
The government of Michel Temer appears to be the worst evaluated with an initial rejection rate of 85% since the Ipsos surveys started.

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Mexico: inmates for collective protection over torture

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Mexico’s prisons are corrupted and overcrowded

Nearly 400 inmates of Mexico’s Chiconautla state prison have won a collective protection for torture and case fabrication that will reopen their judiciary processes.

The petition for collective protection was leaded by Jose Humbertus Perez Espinoza, who founded the association Presumption of Innocence and Human Rights to ensure inmates receive due legal process.

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer has quit

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Anthony Scaramucci is the new head of Comunications at the White House

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has resigned in protest at an organisational shake-up.

Apparently, Mr Spicer disagreed with President Donald Trump’s appointment of a new communications director.

Instead, the Wall Street financier Anthony Scaramucci has been the mediator in this context.

Mr Spicer’s press briefings were very brief and he withdrew from camera in recent weeks. This happens when the White House faces a difficult situation concerning the apparent Russian meddling in last year’s US presidential election and with Mr Trump’s campaign team conspiracy with Moscow.

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Venezuela: is opposition a general force or a fabrication?

 

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While some people in West Caracas are working, on the East side the opposition supporters are disturbing and setting barricades.

A few weeks ago, Venezuelan opposition published a document with “more than 17 millions of signs” to stop the National Constituent Assembly that will take place this July, 30. Taking into account that the number of Venezuelan population is over 30 millions, the amount of signs reported by the opposition should be enough to solve the political crisis through international mediation.

But the truth is that the segments of Venezuelan population disagreeing with the government do not make the majority to make Nicolas Maduro resign.

Saddly, media only talk about the oppositors and forget the ones who are supporting the constitutional government. The news only refers to casualties of the opposition in the war they themselves exacerbated. Mostly of the deads have occured as a result of violent and criminal acts which will never be criticized.

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Sao Paulo Forum concludes with a claim for Latin American countries unity

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For the first time in the history of Latin America and the Caribbean countries have developing processes of revolutionary transformation or progressive social reform. But these achievements are threatened by a regional right-wing offensive to reverse social transformations in Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Nicaragua and El Salvador.

The biggest error of Latin American people is to forget a past of horror, of coups d`états, of plans for training mercenaries, of tortures, military dictatorships and thousands of disappeared progressive leaders. All those episodes were the result of conservative and imperialist groups action.

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Palestinian-owned bakery attacked for featuring a revolutionary

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The restaurant has been under attacks in the last couple of months, but community support remains strong.

The Palestinian-owned restaurant Reem’s California Bakery, located in the heart of Oakland, California, has been under fascism and bigotry attacks for having a grand mural of former Palestinian political prisoner and revolutionary Rasmea Odeh.

“Now we’re terrorists ourselves,” Cece Carpio, one of four artists who created the mural in the community-centered-and-funded bakery.

Carpio explained that Reem Assil, the owner of Reem’s, and her colaboration for Palestinian liberation, had been targeted by pro-Israel groups in the bay area.

But it wasn’t until assil opened her eatery a few months ago, with Odeh’s profile on its walls, that the forces opposed to Carpio´s work.

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