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Remembering two giants of world culture, Cheo Feliciano and Gabriel García Márquez

By April 21, 2014

A great sadness was felt by the people of Puerto Rico, Mexico and Colombia, and millions of people around the world who love music and literature, on April 17. That morning, Puerto Rican composer and singer Cheo Feliciano died in a tragic car accident. Hours later, Gabriel García Márquez (born March 6, 1927), the world […]

 

En recuerdo de dos gigantes de la cultura universal

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El  pasado jueves 17 de abril, una enorme tristeza llenó a los pueblos de Puerto Rico, de Colombia y México, y a millones de personas alrededor del mundo amantes de la música y de la literatura. Esa madrugada murió Cheo Feliciano, compositor y cantante puertorriqueño en un trágico accidente automovilístico. Horas más tarde, fallecería el […]

 

Militias march to defend Bolivarian Venezuela

By April 18, 2014

“Every 11 has its 13.” Under this slogan, the Day of National Dignity and the Day of the Bolivarian Militia was held on April 13 in Venezuela. The slogan refers to the coup d’état carried out by the oligarchy with U.S. assistance, to remove President Hugo Chávez on April 11, 2002, but which the people, […]

 

Milicias marchan en defensa de la Revolución Bolivariana

By April 16, 2014

“Cada 11 tiene su 13”. Bajo este lema se celebró el Día de la Dignidad Nacional y Día de la Milicia Bolivariana el pasado domingo, 13 de abril en Venezuela. El lema se refiere al golpe de estado que la oligarquía con asistencia de los EUA, llevó a cabo para remover al presidente Hugo Chávez […]

 

Venezuela Bolivariana combate ataques fascistas

By March 18, 2014

El imperialismo estadounidense ha apoyado y alentado a las agrupaciones fascistas opositoras al legítimo gobierno del presidente venezolano Nicolás Maduro, que están tratando de derrocar a la Revolución Bolivariana con manifestaciones violentas a partir del 12 de febrero. Estos ataques no sólo están dirigidos contra Venezuela, sino que también apuntan a los procesos progresistas que […]

 

Bolivarian Venezuela fights fascist attacks

By March 12, 2014
March 9 rally in Caracas in defense Venezuela and against the U.S.-backed fascist gangs. Photo: www.nicolasmaduro.org.ve

U.S. imperialism has supported and encouraged fascist groupings opposed to the legitimate Venezuelan government of President Nicolás Maduro that are trying to topple the Bolivarian Revolution with violent demonstrations, starting Feb. 12. These are aimed not only at Venezuela but at progressive developments in the entire Latin American and Caribbean region. This assault has instead […]

 

EE.UU. respalda el terror contra Venezuela

By February 25, 2014

19 de febrero de 2014 — La actual violencia por parte de las fuerzas derechistas opositoras a la Revolución Bolivariana, son una continuación del asedio que comenzó cuando el entonces presidente Hugo Chávez aprobara las 49 leyes económicas dentro del marco de una Ley Habilitante en el 2001. En ese entonces, particularmente la Ley de […]

 

U.S. backs terror against Venezuela

By February 19, 2014
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaks during a national broadcast at Miraflores Palace in Caracas, Feb. 16.

Feb. 18 — The current violence by rightist forces opposing the Bolivarian Revolution is a continuation of the siege that began in 2001 when President Hugo Chávez approved 49 economic laws in the framework of the Enabling Law of 2001. At that time, particularly the Land Law and the Law on Hydrocarbons represented the first […]

 

CELAC Summit in Havana challenges U.S. domination

By February 5, 2014

The development of countries and regions is an ongoing dialectical process, just as the peoples’ movements throughout the world are. In the Latin American and Caribbean area, the peoples’ participation in political life, with a renewed involvement of sectors of the population who had been excluded for decades, has brought about significant positive changes in […]

 

Huelga de maestros cierra escuelas en Puerto Rico

By January 30, 2014

Por Berta Joubert-Ceci Traducción: Ana Jones Miles de maestros y maestras, estudiantes y sus familias, así como organizaciones progresistas, sacudieron al gobierno local de Puerto Rico lanzándose a las calles el 14 y el 15 de enero para exigir que los maestros no sean los que carguen con el costo de la grave crisis económica […]

 
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