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Washington, DC – Two Iraqi women whose husbands and children were killed by US troops during the Iraq war have been refused entry into the United States for a speaking tour. The women were invited to the US for peace events surrounding international women’s by the human...

02/15/2006

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration said Friday that the United States will boycott an upcoming U.N. conference on racism unless its final document is changed to drop all references to Israel and the defamation of religion.

At the same time, it said the U.S...

By MATTHEW LEE and EDITH M. LEDERER

Caracas, January 17, 2007 (venezuelanalysis.com)— Venezuela and Ecuador yesterday signed nine energy accords in a move that they say will strengthen the already close links between the two governments.

President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela and his Ecuadorian...

By Steven Mather

Mérida, April 13, 2007 (venezuelanalysis.com)— Venezuela, along with other countries of the region, rejected the latest report by the International Monetary Fund on the economic growth of the region. The recent report released by the fund predicts that Latin America will...

By: Chris Carlson - Venezuelanalysis.com

Caracas, Mar 30 (Prensa Latina) Venezuela informed Thursday that it is putting off until April 25 the application of a measure to cut the number of flights by US airlines. The measure is in response to US restrictions on Venezuelan airlines.

The Venezuelan...

Merida, Venezuela, March 14, 2007 (venezuelanalysis.com)— Venezuela’s representative to the Inter-American Human Rights Commission (IAHRC) of the Organization of American States (OAS) accused the commission of being “biased” because it only takes positions of opposition...

By: Chris Carlson - Venezuelanalysis.com

Venezuela, Colombia focus on security
By JORGE RUEDA
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

EL TABLAZO, Venezuela -- The leaders of Venezuela and Colombia agreed to launch regional energy projects and emphasized their commitment to stopping Colombia's civil war from...

JORGE RUEDA

Venezuela, Colombia focus on security
By JORGE RUEDA
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

EL TABLAZO, Venezuela -- The leaders of Venezuela and Colombia agreed to launch regional energy projects and emphasized their commitment to stopping Colombia's civil war from...

JORGE RUEDA

The Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro Brazil 1992 was supposed to result in countries across the world restructuring their development in order to guarantee
sustainability for future generations. After 10 years no positive changes can be seen. The exploitation of...

MEDIA ADVISORY

We Want More from Our S’mores!

San Franciscans take a stand against poverty in cocoa farming communities by enjoying Fair Trade S’mores in Dolores Park.

WHEN: Wednesday, August 13th at 6 pm...

Contact: <br>Adrienne Fitch-Frankel (415) 575-5553<br>Angela Walker (415) 575-5541

MEDIA ADVISORY

We Want More from Our S’mores!

San Franciscans take a stand against poverty in cocoa farming communities by enjoying Fair Trade S’mores in Dolores Park.

WHEN: Wednesday, August 13th at 6 pm...

Contact: <br>Adrienne Fitch-Frankel (415) 575-5553<br>Angela Walker (415) 575-5541

“History is a nightmare from which I’m trying to awake.”
- James Joyce, Ulysses

We have only to examine a map of the Middle East, and contemplate the sequence of steps taken there, to conclude that Iran...

By Carl Doerner

“History is a nightmare from which I’m trying to awake.”
- James Joyce, Ulysses

We have only to examine a map of the Middle East, and contemplate the sequence of steps taken there, to conclude that Iran...

By Carl Doerner

“History is a nightmare from which I’m trying to awake.”
- James Joyce, Ulysses

We have only to examine a map of the Middle East, and contemplate the sequence of steps taken there, to conclude that Iran...

By Carl Doerner

“History is a nightmare from which I’m trying to awake.”
- James Joyce, Ulysses

We have only to examine a map of the Middle East, and contemplate the sequence of steps taken there, to conclude that Iran...

By Carl Doerner

“History is a nightmare from which I’m trying to awake.”
- James Joyce, Ulysses

We have only to examine a map of the Middle East, and contemplate the sequence of steps taken there, to conclude that Iran...

By Carl Doerner

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- While Congress debates who is going to pay the spiraling costs of health, the U.S. government spent $30 billion to send 30,000 additional troops to Afghanistan. According to Linda Bilmes, a public-finance expert at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government: "The total cost of [...

When thousands of innocent people were killed in the tragic events of
September 11, the American people, the United States government, and
humanitarian organizations around the world responded with incredible
compassion to assist the families of the victims. But what about...

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Antonia Juhasz

This is World Water Week, a global grassroots movement to discuss the availability of clean water across the planet. So what better time to discuss policies locally that will affect our region’s access to clean water? In this important guest column, Josh Krekeler...

3/23/2009