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LATEST_UPDATE_ON Thu, 25 May 2017 - 14:57
Opinion
The Dead in Venezuela, Leonardo DiCaprio, and the Manatee

The international media has put into motion the deadly victims counter in Venezuela. One by one, the victims of such violence generated by the opposition riots in the last few weeks are released.

Undocumented in the United States: the Heavy Load of Anguish

Constant fear of separation from her mother, who has an order of deportation and risks being detained by authorities, forms part of the life of Leah, an 11 year-old girl of the U.S.

The Ruthless “Mother Of All Bombs”

The bomb launched by the United States this April 13 on an area of Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, has a cost of approximately $16 million dollars, and is known as the “Mother Of All Bombs” given its size and destructive power.

U.S. BOMBING OF SYRIA
Is this the prelude to a new Iraq, 2003?

The montage regarding the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian army against terrorists who have occupied part of this Arab nation was prepared by the United States, along the same lines as that staged in March 2003 by then President George W. Bush to justify the bombing and occupation of Iraq.

Russia-U.S. Ties, a Story to Be Told

Relations between the United States and Russia are a blank sheet on which there is a lot to be told with Donald Trump in the White House and clear signs of business as usual in the case of Moscow.


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