The perpetual propaganda campaign against Cuba has hit a new low.
Brazil Minister of Labor and Employment announced a historic record for job creation.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Hatit (Prensa Latina) -- The world of golf is only interested in Tiger Woods, but almost no one knows that more than 45,000 people are currently living in one of the fields of that sport in the devastated capital of Haiti since January 12 earthquake.
Behind the recall is the "maximum rate of profit" law of capitalist production, Japan's Akahata newspaper exposes.
Striking British Airway workers' union leaders have slated the airline's bosses for blowing millions of pounds on exorbitant wages and expenses for scabs attempting to break the cabin crew strike.
An eyewitness account of Chile's earthquake and the ensuing political struggle that took place immediately after the disaster.
Now and then one individual stands out as an indictment against injustice. That would be Liliany Obando, incarcerated in Bogota's Buen Pastor Women's Prison for almost two years.
The figures are staggering. Even a minor easing of the US blockade against Cuba would create tens of thousands new jobs in the US.
At its national congress in February, the Workers' Party acclaimed President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's endorsement of Dilma Rousseff as the Party's presidential candidate for elections in October.