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OTRO GOLPE DE ESTADO EN HONDURAS

Por: Juan Diego Castro Noviembre 25, 2013 El pueblo horndureño esta en las calles demandando transparencia en el conteo de votos. VOTO POR VOTO, ACTA POR ACTA La jornada electoral de Honduras cerró con un ambiente de incertidumbre y desconfianza, cuando al final de jornada los dos candidatos que lideraban las encuestas se proclamaron ganadores.  …

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LA DEMOCRACIA DE AMERICA LATINA ESTA EN JUEGO EN HONDURAS

Por: Juan Diego Castro Noviembre 22, 2013 El Golpe de Estado en Honduras en 2009 fue un golpe contra la democracia en América Latina. En la mañana de junio 28, 2009, junto con unos amigos canadienses recibimos una llamada impactante de la gobernación de Atlantida, Honduras, ´´El presidente Zelaya ha sido secuestrado por el ejército, …

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Cuba’s Other Internationalism: Angola 25 Years Later

By: Kevin Edmonds NACLA September 27, 2013   Cuba is rightly known worldwide for its many acts of humanitarian internationalism, exemplified by its numerous medical missions across the world.  However, one of Cuba’s greatest accomplishments has often been neglected in most corners of the mainstream press and academia due to a combination of the ongoing …

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The right to live in peace: a commemoration of Victor Jara and the reality of the Chilean coup

            By Daniel Andrade September 8, 2013 How many people have to die? How many martyrs do we have to give to the cause before we have the right to live in peace? The Chilean coup that took place on September 11, 1973 is a striking point in our world’s …

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The Right to Live in Peace; a two day event

THE RIGHT TO LIVE IN PEACE ART EXHIBIT A multimedia exhibition to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the CIA-sponsored military coup in Chile which deposed the democratic government of Salvador Allende. The exhibition is an opportunity to reflect on this period in history which for many marked the beginning of the slide to neoliberal economy …

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