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12 September 2012
Not to be distracted by the ongoing phone-hacking scandals emanating from his now defunct News of the World tabloid, Rupert Murdoch has praised the appointment of former Colombian president (2002-10) Alvaro Uribe to the board of his News Corporation...
20 February 2008
OVER 80 members of the Committee for a Workers' International* - representing sections in Bolivia, Brazil, Chile and Venezuela and visitors from Europe and the USA - recently met in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for an education school...
19 July 2007
A FEDERAL court in Birmingham, Alabama, is trying the US mining company Drummond for war crimes...
22 March 2007
Latin America: YOU WOULD rarely have a bigger contrast between Presidents George Bush and Hugo Chavez on their recent tours around Latin America...
1 March 2007
CWI world congress report (4): THE RECENT world congress of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI - the socialist international organisation to which the Socialist Party is affiliated) debated the explosive developments in Latin America where th...
10 November 2005
I WENT to Colombia in July this year with a trade union delegation to assess the political situation and discover what life is like for ordinary Colombians...
19 July 2003
There are many companies in Colombia who use violence and repression to try and stop trade union activists, writes Wales ISR.
15 February 2002
A DECADE of civil war in Colombia has left 300,000 people dead and two million internally displaced, writes Simon Carter.
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