Gerry Adams: Stand against corruption

Post Views: 16 Last Monday Martin McGuinness resigned as deputy First Minister because Arlene Foster refused to stand aside, without prejudice to allow an independent investigation to be established into allegations of corruption, fraud and incompetence at the Department of

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Jami Proctor Xu. My poems open up conversations in which people share their experiences with me

Jami Proctor Xu 徐贞敏 is a poet, translator, artist, and mother. She writes in Chinese and English

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Sinn Fein Martin McGuinness announces retirement

Post Views: 17 Sinn Fein’s Martin McGuinness has effectively retired from politics after announcing he will not be standing for re-election in the 2 March poll to the Belfast Assembly. A former IRA commander, in recent decades Mr McGuinness became

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Human Rights Watch, 2017 WORLD REPORT 

Human Rights Watch (HRW) have recently launched their World Report 2017 – Events of 2016

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Un acuerdo migratorio trascendente, Cuba-EEUU

Post Views: 24 El pasado 12 de enero en horas de la tarde los Gobiernos de EE.UU y Cuba hicieron público un acuerdo relativo a sus relaciones migratorias, mediante una Declaración Conjunta. Si bien es necesario aclarar de entrada que

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North of Ireland to vote on 2 March

Post Views: 5 Following the resignation, last week, of Sinn Fein’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness in protest at unionist arrogance and intransigence, the Stormont Executive has collapsed and new elections will be held on 2 March. Britain’s governor in the north

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58° Premio Literario Casa de las Americas

Las palabras de inauguración de la edición 58 del Premio Literario Casa de las Americas que se abre este Lunes en La Habana serán a cargo de Silvio Torres-Saillant

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The women revolution of Kurdistan  – Sakine Cansiz – Part Two

 Years ago, Sakine Cansız had told us about the First PKK Congress and the Kurdish Liberation Struggle

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I lived fighting all my life – Sakine Cansiz- Part One

Sakine Cansız, a co-founder of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), was murdered in Paris on 9 January 2013. Years ago, Sakine had told us about her first years in the Kurdish struggle and her search for a full and free life

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Stand up with Martin

The actions of the DUP have been outrageous

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