Tuesday May 26, 2020
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BY staff | Chicago, IL | 5/25/20
The U.S. Palestinian Community Network (USPCN) commemorated the Nakba, “Catastrophe” in English, which marks the ethnic cleansing of over 750,000 Palestinians, and the massacre of thousands more, by Zionist militia groups in 1948, in the wake of the establishment of the settler colonial state of Israel.
BY staff | Vietnam | 5/19/20
To mark the birthday of Ho Chi Minh, May, 19, 1890, Fight Back is circulating his 1960 article The path which led me to Leninism.
BY Wyatt Miller | Columbia Heights, MN | 5/17/20
Just outside city limits from Northeast Minneapolis, Central Avenue was awash with Palestine flags during Friday rush hour as Palestinian-Americans and solidarity activists commemorated Al-Nakba.
BY World Federation of Trade Unions | International | 5/13/20
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following May 13 statement from the World Federation of Trade Unions.
BY staff | Philippines | 5/11/20
On May 10 the Communist Party of the Philippines condemned the murder of five peasants by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP), in Sorsogon province.
BY Daniel Sullivan | United States | 5/08/20
On May 8, 1945, at 11:01 pm Central European Time – already May 9 in the USSR – the German surrender took effect, ending World War II in Europe.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 5/07/20
The Twin Cities Anti-War Committee sent a letter to Minnesota’s Representative Ilhan Omar, May 6, urging her to withdraw her support for a letter that furthers AIPAC’s lobbying efforts to continue sanctions against Iran.
BY Tom Burke | Chicago, IL | 5/06/20
In a dramatic development on May 4, two U.S. mercenaries were captured among an invasion force on the coast of Venezuela.
BY Tom Burke | Chicago, IL | 5/05/20
While the U.S. Navy aggressively patrols their coast, another U.S.-inspired attack on Venezuela failed during the morning of May 3.
BY Wyatt Miller | Minneapolis, MN | 5/03/20
On April 30, 1970, President Richard Nixon, elected on promises to end the war in Vietnam, instead announced U.S. ground troops would invade neighboring Cambodia to prevent another Tet Offensive.
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