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Marching on Moscow

Why are the U.S., the EU, and NATO on the road to the Russian capital? And exactly what are they hoping to accomplish?

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European Parliament elections reflect loss of confidence in European Union

During the week ending on May 25, voters in the 28 countries of the European Union voted for members of the 766-member European Parliament.

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Chilean deputy Camila Vallejo urges Obama to free Cuban prisoners

From June 4-11, people around the world will take action on behalf of three Cuban patriots wrongfully imprisoned in the United States. 

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UE condemns U.S. role in Ukraine crisis

"On February 22, the elected president of Ukraine was overthrown in a coup which was supported by the Obama administration."

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Turkish unions, charging "murders," stage national strike over mine disaster

"The horrific news coming from the coal mine near Soma is a punch in the gut for every coal miner everywhere in the world."

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Germany’s Ukraine policy aims for the impossible

Germany is having difficulty with its Ukraine policy.

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Cuba arrests presumed terrorists from Florida

The Miami area continues as  a safe haven for Latin American terror perpetrators fleeing their homelands, Cuba in the lead with Venezuela not far behind.

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Demand investigation of murder of progressive Cuban-American in 1978

Demands are being raised for a government investigation of the murder of a progressive young Cuban immigrant in Puerto Rico on April 28, 1979.

 

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U.S. Office of Cuba Broadcasting pays foreign journalists to defame Cuba

The U.S. OCB paid almost $700,000  to journalists and other opinion molders in Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America in return for their dissemination of anti-Cuban propaganda.

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Ruling party ousted in Panama elections

On Sunday, voters in Panama upset the predictions of pollsters by electing dissident Vice President Juan Carlos Varela, of the Panameñista Party, as their new president.

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