November

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Honduras election raises questions on turnout, international recognition

Regarding the controversial elections in Honduras on Sunday, November 29, all are agreed on one thing: National Party presidential candidate Pepe Lobo got the most votes.

Copenhagen or bust?

Much sheer speculation has been written about the upcoming Copenhagen climate negotiations, and we will see much more over the next few weeks. What is this conference about?

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India farmers stop price freeze on sugar cane

NEW DELHI- Over 12,000 sugarcane farmers demonstrated in New Delhi on Thursday (Nov. 19) to demand higher prices for their crop.

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Rome Food Summit is a flop

There was little good news for the world's billion hungry people at the UN World Food Organization (FAO) Summit held November 16 - 18 in Rome.

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Urgent need to change U.S. Colombia policy

President Alvaro Uribe leads a government strong on military repression serving big bankers, mega landowners, multi-national corporations, and elite families.

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Cyprus ruling party sees hope for peace

Recently AKEL (the Progressive Party of Working People, Cyprus's Communist Party)  had a briefing  from Cypriot President Dimitris Christofias, saying that peace was within sight.

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Communist editor speaks of struggle and socialism

An interview with Carlos Lozano a top official of the Communist Party of Colombia is no small matter.

Honduran accord teeters on the brink of disaster

The latest news out of Honduras is very alarming.

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Colombian women workers strike for survival

Accompanied by her children and 25 fellow workers, strike leader Aidé Silva escorted our small U.S. labor delegation through an industrialized floriculture operation near Madrid, Colombia.

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Asian natural disasters: A harbinger of things to come?

In a span of 5 weeks  earthquakes, floods, mudslides, typhoons and tsunamis swept through 10 nations leaving thousands of people dead and rendering millions more homeless.

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