The United States: Six Decades of Criminal Policies against Cuba

Hector Bernardo The invasion of Playa Girón, the bombing of the Barbados airliner, the brutal blockade that increased in the midst of the pandemic, the assassination attempts against Fidel Castro, the hotel bombings, Operation Peter Pan, the ZunZuneo project and the disappearance of Cuban diplomats in Argentina are just some of the events that comprise…

Haiti and the Paramilitary Path in Latin America and the Caribbean

Lautaro Rivara The geopolitics of paramilitarism spreads its oil slick across the map of the entire continent. From Haiti to Venezuela, from Jamaica to Brazil, the paramilitarization of life and the social fabric is gaining ground at the hand of the local ruling classes and U.S. imperialism. Beyond impressionism, the red chronicle or the passing…

Colombia: An Unusual and Extraordinary Threat to Latin America

Since 2016, more than 900 social leaders have been killed in Colombia. Between 2020 and 2021, 78 massacres have been recorded, in which 292 people were killed. Since the beginning of the strike, the figures of repression are grotesque: 84 people murdered, 75 disappeared, 3,274 detained, 1,790 people injured. With 70% of the world production,…

Colombia’s Assassins: Global Terrorism from Libya to Haiti

What does the assassination in Haiti reveal about Colombia? This Friday, in a joint press conference of the heads of the Military Forces, the Army and the Police of Haiti, some advances of the ongoing investigation on the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse were announced. The plan of the crime was made in 32 days,…

After Delmas 32 Massacre, a Demonstration, Accusations, and a Riposte

Kim Ives Many hundreds joined the Jul. 1 demonstration of the FRG-9 in Port-au-Prince. As we go to press, we have learned that a squad of mercenaries, arriving in nine brand-new Nissan Patrol vehicles, arrived at the home of de facto president Jovenel Moïse in the mountain heights of Pèlerin in the early morning today and shot…

David Castillo Found Guilty in Assassination of Berta Cáceres

Zoe Alexandra David Castillo, former president of DESA, was found guilty in the assassination of Berta Cáceres. Cáceres’ organization, COPINH, declared the ruling a ‘people’s victory’ and step towards breaking the pact of impunity in Honduras Roberto David Castillo, the former president of the Desarrollos Energéticos S.A. (DESA) company and a West Point trained military…

Crackdown on Pro-Democracy Forces in Swaziland (eSwatini) Continues

Pavan Kulkarni Swazis marching in Pretoria, South Africa, calling for the expulsion of the Swazi Embassy. Photo: CPS Pro-democracy parties in Swaziland have criticized the delegation of Southern Africa Development Community for understating the atrocities committed by the army of King Mswati Pro-democracy forces in Swaziland, which are enduring a crackdown by the army of…

Exposed: CIA Plot to Assassinate President Maduro and High-Ranking Members of Venezuela’s Government

President Nicolás Maduro Denounces New Assassination Plot Against Him Venezuela has placed its defense system on alert, especially the security rings around the constitutional president Nicolás Maduro, after he denounced the intentions of US government officials, together with the governments of Colombia and Brazil, to organize his assassination and that of other important political leaders…

Four Members of a Muslim Family Killed in London, Ontario Terrorist Atrocity

Roger Jordan The Afzaal family (Credit: @MurtazaViews/Twitter) Four members of a Muslim family in London, Ontario were brutally slain Sunday night in a hit-and-run attack that police have described as “premeditated” and motivated by “hate” towards Islam and Muslims. Police have revealed next to nothing about what they know about the far-right political views and…