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  • Venezuelas revolution improves economy

    Venezuelas revolution improves economy

    August 7, 2003 By Greg Godwin

    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is an advocate for the poor and working people, enjoying the votes of over half of his countrymen and women in every election. This infuriates the wealthy and powerful in Caracas and...

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  • International notes

    International notes

    August 7, 2003

    Japan: Anti-nuke meet opens Hundreds of delegates from Japan and 23 other countries along with international and regional organizations gathered in Hiroshima for the Aug. 3 opening of the annual World Conference Against A and H...

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  • Israel builds two anti-Palestinian walls

    Israel builds two anti-Palestinian walls

    August 7, 2003

    TEL AVIV – How many invulnerable and invincible “defense walls” have been constructed during history? “High-security walls,” propagated as a guarantor of protection against an enemy onslaught, have all proven to be vulnerable and penetrable. And...

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  • U.S. schools and shelters to receive Cuban aid

    U.S. schools and shelters to receive Cuban aid

    August 1, 2003

    The 14th U.S.-Cuba Friendshipment caravan, organized by IFCO/Pastors for Peace, after successfully delivering 80 tons of humanitarian aid to Cuban schools, churches, hospitals, and senior centers last week, returned to the United States via Mexico on...

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  • Millions celebrate Cuban revolution

    Millions celebrate Cuban revolution

    August 1, 2003

    Millions of Cubans celebrated the 50th anniversary of the start of the Cuban Revolution with carnivals, dancing, street festivals, parades, meetings and rallies. July 26 is the anniversary of the attack on the Moncada Barracks, which...

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