Stop the genocide!’ S. American leaders condemn Israeli operation in Gaza

The presidents of Venezuela and Bolivia have decried the IDF’s incursion into Gaza as genocide and called for the UN to condemn Israel. President Nicolas Maduro likened the latest operation, which has claimed over 350 lives, to an “extermination.” Israel launches ground incursion in Gaza Strip LIVE UPDATES Venezuela called for an emergency session of…

(VIDEO) Morales: Obama can invade any country for US energy needs

WATCH VIDEO HERE In his dramatic speech in New York, Bolivian President Evo Morales called for the UN to be moved out of the US and for Barack Obama to be tried for crimes against humanity. Speaking to RT, Morales explained his controversial proposals. In his most controversial demand, Morales said that Obama should face…

(VIDEO) Evo, Maduro and Correa reject possible military intervention in Syria

La Paz Aug 28. Bolivia’s government condemned and rejected any possibility of an armed attack against Syria by the United States and its allies. Caracas Aug 28. The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, urged the peoples of Latin America to stop the imminent attack that the United States government intends to launch against Syria Quito,…

ALBA agrees to give new boost to social, economic plans

Caracas, 31 Jul. AVN.- The Bolivarian Alliance for the People of Our America (ALBA) agreed in its recent summit in Guayaquil, Ecuador, to give a new boost to social and economic projects in the region with a view to make South America stronger. During the 12th summit of heads of State, members of the regional…

‘Sorry is not enough’: Bolivia demands EU find culprits behind aerial hijack

Bolivian Foreign Minister David Choquehuanca (AFP Photo/Aizar Raldes)  EU apologies for the aerial blockade that forced the Bolivian president’s plane to land are “not enough,” said Bolivia’s foreign minister. The presidential plane was grounded amid suspicions that NSA leaker Edward Snowden had stowed away onboard. The Bolivian Foreign Minister, David Choquehuanca, confirmed on Tuesday that…

Statement from the Hugo Chavez People’s Defense Front in regards to the kidnapping of Evo Morales, President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia

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On July 2nd 2013, after leaving Moscow, the President of Plurinational State of Bolivia was attacked and his life put in danger when a number European countries, following orders sent by US Imperialism, violated all the international laws by refusing to allow his airplane to fly over their territory and subsequently kidnapped him.

We as a People’s Defense Front, took a position and expressed our solidarity and total support to President Morales and the people of Bolivia through a statement which was sent to Social movements towards ALBA on July 3rd.

In Snowden Row, Venezuela’s Maduro Blasts Hypocritical US for Harboring Hemisphere’s Most Wanted Terrorist

In defending his government’s decision to offer asylum to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, Venezuela’s president slammed the United States for its hypocrisy in calling for Snowden’s extradition while harboring the hemisphere’s most notorious terrorist. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, along with Bolivia’s Evo Morales and Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega, have all offered Snowden political asylum. Snowden, whose…

25 truths about the Evo Morales/Edward Snowden case

by Salim Lamrani / VOLTAIRE NETWORK | PARIS (FRANCE) | 5 JULY 2013 Unprecedented in the history of international relations, the governments of four European countries – France, Spain, Italy and Portugal – have closed off their airspace this week to the Bolivian president’s airplane. Is this a case of strict compliance with international laws or further proof of…

Evo Morales: Cancel Flight Permit Seeks to Silence Social Struggles

La Paz, Jul 3 (Prensa Latina) Bolivian President Evo Morales today considered that the cancellation of the fight permit to his airplane by various European countries constitutes a pretext to silence the socialist governments social struggles. Read more: Ecuador Rejects European Stance Vs Evo Morales  Cristina Fernandez: Evo Morales’ Detention in Europe is Humiliating  Bolivian…