The West is ignoring Myanmar’s brutality


Nowadays, people can see the West has double standards. From one hand accuses countries considered as enemies of violating human rights and, on the other hand, remain silent in the face of flagrant abuses against the civilian population. But the silence is Western countries allies´price.

Few cases of double standards have been as grotesque as the Western adulation for the Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

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Epic film explores life of Che Guevara’s Bolivian-Japanese Comrade


A new film regarding a little-known comrade in-arms of iconic Argentine Ernesto “Che” Guevara will premiere this October in Tokyo on the 50th anniversary of the Latin American martyr’s death. Titled “Ernesto,” the Japanese production revolves around Freddy Maymura Hurtado, a Japanese-descended Bolivian guerrilla who fought alongside Che and the National Liberation Army of Bolivia, or ELN.

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The truth about Harvey´s disaster


Family who lost home to Hurricane Harvey await to be evacuated from Rockport, Texas
Families that lost their home to Hurricane Harvey await to be evacuated from Rockport, Texas.
After Harvey hit Texas last Friday as a 4 th category hurricane with winds of 130 miles per hour, at least nine people got killled and it left destroyed homes, thousands of refugees, snapped trees, displaced animals, floods and cuts off power to nearly 230,000 people, mostly in the Houston area.

Although authorities talked about support for victims, many families are still waiting to be evacuated.

Like hurricane Katrina slammed New Orleans poor population -mostly black people-, Harvey´s worst effects will fall over poor and middle class neighborhoods.

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Declaration of Lima: a hypocrite group position


The Declaration of Lima, signed by Foreign Ministers and Representatives of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay and Peru, on August 8, 2017 to address the situation in Venezuela is by far the worst support for that country.

Although these representatives met with the objective of contributing to the “restoration of democracy” in Venezuela through a “peaceful and negotiated exit”, their hypocrite proposal is more like a biased position in favor of the interests of a political and business minority that an expression of the will of its peoples.

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U.S racist demonstrations: the outbreak of a civil crisis?

A large crowd of people gathers ahead of the Boston Free Speech Rally in Boston, Massachusetts, on August 19, 2017

A week later after young anti-racism activist Heather Heyer was killed at a Virginia white supremacist demonstration, huge crowds of counter protesters have marched peacefully through downtown Boston against a “Free Speech” rally featuring right-wing speakers.

Streets around Boston Common, where the rally took place, were lightly trafficked early on Saturday. Some 500 police officers placed barricades to prevent vehicles from entering the park. They also built a cordon around the site of the rally to keep the two groups separate.

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Interpol is looking for missing argentine activist

People march to demand justice for missing Mapuche protester

The International Police Organization (Interpol), has joined the search for Santiago Maldonado, the activist who is missing over two weeks ago during a raid by the military police in a Mapuche town.

Interpol added the young man to its list of “disappeared people” with three photographs to help to identify him. Santiago Maldonado was last seen in “Vuelta del Río, Paraje Leleque, province of Chubut.”

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Missing Argentine women found after 40 years

Sin títuloThe bodies of two pregnant women who went missing in 1976 during Argentina’s dictatorship have been found.

The human rights organization, Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo, says the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team has identified the remains of Ramona Benitez de Amarilla and Susana Elena Ossola de Urra.

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CIA: Venezuela risk…

CIA´s director, Mike Pompeo supports a “military solution” to the Venezuelan conflict

U.S. CIA director Mike Pompeo agreed with president Trump not ruling out “a military option” in Venezuela Sunday saying that the South American country could become a risk to the U.S. because “the Cubans are there, the Russians are there, the Iranians, Hezbollah are there.”

During an interview with “Fox News Sunday” this weekend, Pompeo described Venezuela’s situation as a serious risk to the United States.

“It’s a civil war, I understand it’s a terrible situation,” Fox News journalist Chris Wallace said, ”but ultimately why is it our problem?” he asked.

“Look,” Pompeo said, “Venezuela could very easily become a risk for the United States of America. The Cubans are there, the Russians are there, the Iranians, Hezbollah are there. This is something that has a risk of getting to a very, very bad place. So, America needs to take this very seriously.”

While at his golf course in New Jersey Friday, Trump told reporters that the U.S. has a number of solutions to Venezuela’s situation and military force was still an option being considered.

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