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Human Rights Watch Admits: A Coup Occurred in Bolivia

New York, United States – Human Rights Watch (HRW) stated the series of developments that led to the resignation of Bolivia’s former president Evo Morales constituted a coup, raising the alarm about human rights abuses by the country’s military at the time. Jose Miguel Vivanco, the director of Americas division of the Human Rights Watch, […]

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How Today’s Iran Crisis Exposes Achilles Heel of Canadian Neocons

When dealing with Canada and the globally extended British Empire (here I am not referring to the institutions of the British nation per se), the Iranian leadership has a pretty good assessment of the beast, and in the case of much of what Canada does on the international level, Iran recognizes that the purpose amounts to “psychological warfare”

MAJOR: Beijing Bans US Navy Vessels to Visit Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China – Beijing stopped allowing US Navy vessels to visit Hong Kong and sanctioned foreign NGOs after President Donald Trump signed a bill, which targets China over its response to anti-government protests and riots in the city. Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying said on Monday that China will no longer review requests by […]

Mexican President: ‘Morales Victim of a Coup D’état’

MEXICO CITY – Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defended granting political asylum to Bolivia’s ex-leader, who stepped down under the military’s pressure last month, saying Evo Morales was the victim of a coup d’état. Addressing a crowd of supporters celebrating his first year in office on Sunday, Obrador spoke in support of Morales and […]

Iraqi MP: US, UAE, Kuwait Funding Iraqi Gov’t Overthrow Plans

BAGHDAD – A senior Iraqi legislator claimed that the UAE and Kuwait, supported by the US, have sent huge sums to their affiliates in Iraq in a bid to derail protest rallies in the country and overthrow its government. “The Persian Gulf littoral states and the US have sent money to Iraq to support the […]

Washington’s Fingerprints All Over Iranian Protests

TEHRAN/WASHINGTON, D.C. – US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has once again made remarks in support of riots in Iran, interfering in the country’s domestic affairs in support of, not people’s right of protest, but riots by saboteurs. Turning a blind eye to the escalating radical violent crimes in a number of cities that seriously […]

Police, Protesters Clash at University in Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China – Clashes broke out in Hong Kong between police forces and protesters at the Polytechnic University (PolyU) in the north of the semi-autonomous Chinese city. On Sunday, police fired tear gas to disperse PolyU students lighting fires on the campus and blocking the nearby entrance to the crucial Cross Harbour Tunnel. The […]

MAJOR: Dozens Killed in Bolivia Since Political Crisis Began

LA PAZ – At least a few dozen people have been killed, while more than 700 more have been injured in clashes since the beginning of the foreign-instigated political crisis in Bolivia, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights informed on Saturday. “In total, 23 people have been killed since the beginning of the political crisis, […]

The US Is Preparing Another Color Revolution In Georgia For Next Year

The Port Of Discord Georgian banker Mamuka Khazaradze, the co-founder of the country’s largest universal bank and the man behind the Anaklia Port project, recently had a falling out with the government after being charged with money laundering and thus decided to form his own political party called “Lelo” in an attempt to unseat his […]