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Honduras: The Never-ending Coup (Jesse Freeston/The Real News)

By | 27/January/2018|

A special report for The Real News on the hemisphere’s most controversial inauguration.

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez is set to be sworn in today as the opposition continues to claim the election was a fraud, and has called for a general strike. At least 35 people have died in scuffles with police since the November election.

 

 

 

 

 

Honduras: The Never-ending Coup (Jesse Freeston/The Real News)

By | 27/January/2018|

A special report for The Real News on the hemisphere’s most controversial inauguration.

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez is set to be sworn in today as the opposition continues to claim the election was a fraud, and has called for a general strike. At least 35 people have died in scuffles with police since the November election.

 

 

 

 

 

Aleida Guevara: There Will Have to be a Reaction to Trump

By | 17/January/2018|

We need the people of the US to become aware of the power that they have as a people.

Dr Aleida Guevara, medical campaigner and daughter of Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara, shares her thoughts in an exclusive Alborada interview with Umaar Kazmi.

More clips and full interview to follow.

Watch other clips here.

A Massacre of Farmers in US-Colombia ‘War On Drugs’ (Empire Files/TeleSUR English)

By | 24/December/2017|

The Empire Files’ Abby Martin goes on-the-ground to investigate the 5 October 2017 Tumaco massacre in Colombia, interviewing witnesses and casualties.

On 5 October 5, police opened fire on unarmed farmers in Tumaco, Colombia. Eight were killed, with dozens more shot. The massacre was part of a crackdown on coca farmers in the “War On Drugs” despite an agreement for crop substitution–and amidst new threats from Trump, ordering the government to use more force or face consequences. The Empire Files goes on-the-ground to investigate the massacre, interviewing witnesses and casualties. Abby Martin visits recently-destroyed farms, uses hidden cameras to confront soldiers about the operations, and explores the context of such a killing less than a year after the historic peace deal ending the country’s 53-year civil war.

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