During his annual July 26th speech, Cuban President Fidel Castro slammed George W. Bush’s unfounded charge that Cuba promotes “sex tourism.”
Cancer may have met its match, and the potential breakthrough may have far-reaching political ramifications, as well.
Over 200 people protested U.S. immigration policies at the Tucson Sector Headquarters of the Border Patrol on June 6 at the end of the 76-mile Migrant Trail Walk. click here for Spanish text
Venezuela: Economy is growing / Cuba: Worldwide campaign to free the “Five” / United Kingdom: Postal workers reject ultra-right leaflets / India: Trade unions present demands / Sudan: Gov’t & rebels sign new pact
When most people think of Costa Rica, they don’t imagine oil rigs stationed off the pristine beaches. Nor do they envision pit mines cutting into the cloud-forested mountains.
Haiti: Marines arrest woman leader on Mother’s Day / China: Massive treatment program for HIV/AIDS / Iraq: WFTU condemns torture / Chad/Sudan: Militias ‘out of control’ / Greece: Former military officers speak for peace
NEW DELHI – Indian voters threw the right-wing, Hindu nationalist forces out of power in the recent national elections. A surprise rebellion of workers, farmers, women, youth, academics, poor, religious and national minorities took place against the policies of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), led by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Prime Minister A.B. Vajpayee.
Uzbekistan: U.S. base worries neighbors / Sudan: Peace closer in south, west continues to suffer / Gaza: Israel builds new fence / Haiti: Caricom asks OAS investigation / Cambodia: Hotels fire hundreds
BERLIN – In a whirlwind visit, U.S. civil rights lawyer Leonard Weinglass spoke to several audiences here about the case of the Cuban Five.