CIA Conspiring To Murder Julian Assange Jeopardise US Prosecution Case

By Tom Coburg, The Canary. -

The US prosecution of Julian Assange has been dealt another blow following revelations that the CIA plotted the kidnap and rendition or murder of the WikiLeaks founder. The revelations also [...]

New Evidence In Ayotzinapa Disappearance Case

By Tanya Wadhwa, Peoples Dispatch. -

On September 21, five days before the seventh anniversary of the forced disappearance of 43 students of the Rural Teachers’ College in the town of Ayotzinapa, Mexico, the federal authorities [...]

Denver Refuses To Negotiate, Sweeps Indigenous Encampment

By Alex Binder, Unicorn Riot. -

Denver, CO – Under the hardline stance of Mayor Michael Hancock, Denver continues to sweep unhoused encampments—more than 80 this year alone—ignoring countless requests from unhoused residents [...]

2020 Sets ‘Stark’ Record For Murders Of Environmental Activists

By The Energy Mix. -

A record 227 activists working to protect environmental and land rights were murdered in 2020, says the latest in a series of annual reports from Global Witness. “Almost a third of the murders [...]

The Movement To De-Cop The Campus

By Emily Rich, In These Times. -

Police abolition has become a national conversation since the George Floyd uprisings. Many university police chiefs are encouraging the misconception, however, that campus police are somehow [...]

Popular Resistance In The Age Of Neoliberal War

By Evan King And Pambana Gutto Bassett, Counter Punch. -

Since April 28 hundreds of thousands of Colombians have taken to the streets to demand the end to neoliberal reforms, chanting “el pueblo unido jamás será vencido”. Now, a month later their joint [...]

On Contact: A Different Kind Of War

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses the plight of everyday people victimized by the hardships of life in Mexico and Central America with author and journalist J. Malcolm Garcia. His new [...]

Guatemalans Back On The Streets Demanding President’s Resignation

Guatemalan Ancestral Indigenous Authorities and advocate groups took to the streets on Thursday to demand the resignation of President Alejandro Giammattei Attorney and the General of the Public [...]

Strikers Across Colombia Are Demanding Transformational Change

By Tom Power and Cruz Bonlarron Martínez, Labor Notes. -

What started as a Colombian protest against a regressive tax bill has become a national strike against police brutality and poverty. The administration of President Ivan Duque has already [...]

Police Brutality: How Protesters Resist State Violence Around The World

By Progressive International. -

Greece has been in national lockdown on and off for the last year, with the current lockdown reaching five months. Civil liberties and freedom of movement have been considerably restricted [...]

Torture sites and mass graves reported in Colombia

By Dominic Gustavo, WSWS. -

A May 23 report prepared by the human rights organization Justicia y Paz stated that fascistic paramilitary groups, which operate in concert with the far-right and US-backed regime of Colombian [...]

Update On Cali And African Liberation Day

By Black Alliance for Peace. -

Saturday morning, the Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) got word the neoliberal, right-wing Colombian state was deploying its military into the predominantly Afro-Colombian city of Calí. To top it [...]

Colombia: An Observer’s Account

By Teri Mattson, Peoples Dispatch. -

The International Mission of Solidarity and Human Rights Observation arrived to Colombia on May 25 to verify denouncements of human rights violations committed by the Colombian forces during the [...]

Why Israel Is Aiding Colombia’s Crackdown On Protesters

By Alan Macleod, Mintpress News. -

Bogota - For exactly one month now, a nationwide strike has crippled Colombia and has been met with deadly repression by the far-right government of Ivan Duque. As trade unions have shut down [...]

Communities In Guerrero Set Up Road Blockades

By It's Going Down. -

On May 28, 2021, Indigenous communities belonging to the Popular Indigenous Council of Guerrero-Emiliano Zapata, and to the Regional Coordinator of Community Authorities-Community Police-Founding [...]