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  • U.S. military attempts to silence journalists

    U.S. military attempts to silence journalists

    April 17, 2003

    While the White House claims the war in Iraq is for democracy and liberation, U.S. forces have been accused of intentionally attacking a major pillar of democracy – the press. U.S. military forces launched what witnesses...

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  • Whats really behind the trials in Cuba

    Whats really behind the trials in Cuba

    April 17, 2003

    At an April 9 press conference in Havana, Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque presented a detailed discussion of the recent trials of Cubans charged with acting in the interest of a foreign state to harm...

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  • A year after failed coup: Venezuelas people gain new hope

    A year after failed coup: Venezuelas people gain new hope

    April 11, 2003

    One year ago, the Venezuelan people defeated a U.S.-supported right-wing coup against popularly-elected President Hugo Chavez Frias. As the anniversary of the coup attempt approaches, a very different picture is emerging for the country’s workers and...

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  • U.S. policies in Latin America protested

    U.S. policies in Latin America protested

    April 11, 2003

    Thousands of activists are expected to converge on Washington, D.C., April 10-15 for the “Mobilization against military and economic intervention in Latin America and across the globe.”

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  • Death and destruction haunt Iraqi landscape

    Death and destruction haunt Iraqi landscape

    April 11, 2003 By Susan Webb

    As the U.S.-led assault stormed through Iraq this week, it left a trail of death, destruction and chaos – wrecked cities, villages and farms; water systems destroyed; families decimated. It also left a trail of bitterness...

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