The US Hand in the Tragic Death of Guatemalan Migrant Children

Pavan Kulkarni Jakelin’s grandfather Domingo holds a photo of her Hours after the body of 7-year-old Jakelin Maquin was sent back to her village in Guatemala – from where, in hope for a better life, she had set out with her father to the United States weeks ago – another 8-year-old Guatemalan immigrant died in…

The Plight of Children in a Neoliberal World

Peter Koenig The NYT wrote Christmas Day, that an 8-year old Guatemalan boy died in US Border Control custody. The circumstances are not clear, or are simply not reported. A month earlier, a 7-year old girl, also from Guatemala, died also in US Border Control custody. Here too, the circumstances are not revealed. How many…

Grim Future Awaits Refugees Forcibly Disembarked from Vessel in Libya

Peoples Dispatch Using tear gas and rubber bullets, a Libyan coastguard team, on November 7, forced at least 79 refugees and migrants to disembark from a vessel that had rescued them from drowning in international waters. Using tear gas and rubber bullets, a Libyan coastguard team forced at least 79  refugees and migrants to disembark…

Honduras: Hunger Declares War on the Imperial Necropolitical State

Juan Almendarez Translation by Internationalist 360° Purpose The purpose of this essay is to point out two aspects of reality that are related to migration. The first one refers to peasant, indigenous and Garífuna communities that are attached to the territories and that aspire to defend their social and political spaces against capitalist accumulation by…