Friday December 9, 2022
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BY staff | Miami, FL | 12/08/22
An important hearing takes place on Monday, December 12 in the case of Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab.
BY staff | Arlington, TX | 11/23/22
On November 9, Dozthor Zurlent, a former adviser to Hugo Chavez, came to the University of Texas at Arlington to give a lecture to over 30 attendees on the status of the Bolivarian Revolution.
BY staff | Miami, FL | 9/16/22
Friday, September 16 marks the worldwide premiere of a new documentary out of Venezuela, 'Alex Saab: A Kidnapped Diplomat'.
BY staff | Miami | 2/17/22
20 activists gathered at the Federal Courthouse here, to demand the release of Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab, who has been detained in Miami since October when the United States government kidnapped him from Cape Verde. Saab’s supporters brought banners and signs with messages of solidarity, chanted “Free Alex Saab” and answered questions from reporters who converged on the courthouse.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 2/01/22
Camila Saab, the wife of Alex Saab, a Venezuelan diplomat illegally detained by the U.S., will speak on a webinar organized by the Alliance for Global Justice on February 3 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time.
BY Jim Byrne | Miami, FL | 1/06/22
The hearing for Alex Saab, the Venezuelan diplomat being detained by the U.S. government, is postponed to February 16 in Miami, Florida.
Alex Saab
BY Cassia Laham | Miami, FL | 11/18/21
Protesters gathered outside the Miami Federal Courthouse in on Monday, November 15 to protest the U.S. government’s illegal kidnapping and imprisonment of Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab.
Alex Saab
BY Committee to Stop FBI Repression | United States | 11/13/21
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Committee to Stop FBI Repression (CSFR).
Alex Saab
BY staff | Miami, FL | 10/26/21
On October 24, 30 protesters rallied against the illegal U.S. extradition of Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab.
Alex Saab
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 6/10/21
One year ago on June 12, when President Trump was still in office, the vicious talons of the U.S. government reached into the West African country of Cape Verde to snatch its prey: Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab.
Alex Saab
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