General News

Hugo Chavez, Leader of Venezuela's Bolivarian Revolution, Dead at 58

October 8, 2012
A Real News report from Caracas: Venezuelan opposition candidate accepts election results that hand Chavez a 10-point victory with more than 54% of the vote

Jimmy Carter Dice: "El Proceso de Elecciones en Venezuela Es el Mejor del Mundo"

October 7, 2012

La oposición esta de acuerdo de que la tecnología para votar funciona apropiadamente, pero critica el uso de recursos del estado en la campaña para la reeleción de Chávez

Chavez Supporters Flood Venezuelan Capital as Campaign Closes

October 6, 2012

Chavez warns of opposition plans to not recognize results of Sunday`s presidential election

Jimmy Carter says: "Election Process in Venezuela is the Best in the World"

October 5, 2012

Opposition agrees voting technology functions well, but criticizes use of state resources in Chavez reelection campaign

Barrios Votan Por Chávez y Democracia Participativa

September 30, 2012

¿Son los Consejos Comunales una extensión de poder central, o una explosión de poder popular?

Venezuelan Barrios Vote for Chavez and Participatory Democracy

September 29, 2012

Are Venezuela’s Communal Councils an extension of central power or an explosion of popular power?

Platinum Miners and Class Struggle in South Africa

September 24, 2012
Vishwas Satgar: After bloody struggle, breakthrough on wages is an inspiring message to all South African miners and a challenge to ANC and official miners union

Quebec Student Strike

September 24, 2012
Richard Fidler: CLASSE student organization sets its sights on free university tuition

Mexican Drug War Victims Denounce US Complicity

September 23, 2012

Mexican Caravan for Peace with Justice and Dignity visit New York. The movement started in 2011 when a well known Mexican Poet, Javier Sicilia, lost his young son to Narco related violence and declared he had enough. Members of this movement have now taken their criticism north to denounce US government complicity in the violence…

The US War on Drug Cartels in Mexico is a Deadly Failure

September 15, 2012

Mark Karlin: Approximately 50,000 or more Mexicans have been killed since Mexican President Felipe Calderon launched a so-called war on drug cartels.