Saturday December 20, 2014
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BY Tom Burke | Colombia | 8/03/08
The Bush Pentagon and State Department are crowing after a raid in which 15 prisoners of war, including three American mercenaries, were freed.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 5/29/08
We are saddened by the death of Manuel Marulanda, commander in chief of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People's Army (FARC-EP).
BY National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera | United States | 11/26/07
On December 3rd Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera faces sentencing in a Washington D.C. federal court.
BY Colombia Action Network | United States | 5/23/07
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following call from the Colombia Action Network to cut off all aid to Colombia’s death squad government.
BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | United States | 10/01/05
Meredith Aby of Fight Back! interviewed members of a delegation to Colombia: Marty Hoerth, Tsione Wolde-Michael and Erika Zurawski.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 9/23/05
A U.S. judge placed ads in Colombia’s newspapers the last week of August “ordering” the FARC - the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, to appear in his Washington D.C. courtroom.
BY Erika Zurawski | | 7/01/05
June / July 2005 Colombian Trade Unionist Speaks Out Against Plan Colombia Interview with Javier Correa, president of SINALTRAINAL By Erika Zurawski Javier Correa is the president of SINALTRAINAL, the courageous beverage workers’ union, which fights for labor rights in Coca-Cola bottling plants in Colombia.
BY Erika Zurawski | United States | 4/01/05
Erika Zurawski of Fight Back! interviews two Colombian trade unionists who are in the U.S. through the AFL-CIO Solidarity Center.
BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | United States | 4/23/04
On Tax Day, April 15, activists around the country took part in the Colombia Action Network's third national day of action this year.
BY Colombia Action Network | Washington, D.C. | 9/01/01
On Sept. 29, an important demonstration will take place in Washington D.C. In conjunction with the protests surrounding the meeting of the International Monetary Fund, thousands will raise their voices against U.S. intervention in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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