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Protests, debates and other events in Brazil are scheduled to show support for Venezuela against foreign intervention. Full Story

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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is to ask Interpol to issue a red alert for the arrest of the fugitive attorney general, Luisa Ortega Diaz, and her husband.
“We continue to argue that Garvey’s actions were not criminal, but were acts of liberation with moral justification," said Olivia Grange.
Miners have denounced police repression during anti-government protests, which have entered their second month.
Farmers have been enticed by the "high-risk, high-reward cash crop" as a lucrative alternative to soybean.
ACT America's leader Brigitte Gabriel is known to have issued statements denouncing Islam and stating devout Muslims cannot be “loyal Americans."
Women’s rights activists view the ruling as a step toward granting Muslim women greater equality and justice.
The stay of execution for the Missouri man was issued just over four hours before he was scheduled to be put to death.

Mayor of Managua Fidel Moreno said Cuba's assistance in sports fills the country "with extraordinary pride."

What began as a stand against police brutality and racial injustice has led to unemployment for NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Carlos Mina ranked fourth at last year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro — only one fight away from becoming the second Ecuadorean athlete ever to win an Olympic medal.

The 98-minute documentary recounts Huerta’s struggles and achievements in the campesino labor movement.
Gregory once referred to the United States as "the most dishonest, ungodly, unspiritual nation that ever existed in the history of the planet."
Indigenous women seek to empower their communities and become an international tourist attraction.
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