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BY National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera | United States | 11/02/06
The National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera is protesting the U.S. government’s kidnapping, imprisonment and railroading of Ricardo Palmera. We demand the release of Ricardo Palmera now!
BY Jose Maria Sison | United States | 10/22/06
The International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) joins the freedom-loving people of Colombia and other progressive forces throughout the world in condemning the abduction and illegal trial in the United States of Ricardo Palmera, a leader of Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC), and in demanding his immediate release.
BY staff | United States | 9/12/06
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia – People’s Army (FARC-EP) is the largest rebel group in Colombia.
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BY Eric Gardner | Bogotá, Colombia | 9/01/06
U.S. anti-war activists traveled to Colombia in July on a human rights delegation organized by the Colombia Action Network.
BY staff | United States | 5/01/06
Fight Back! interviewed Oscar Silva, the Colombian lawyer for U.S. political prisoner and Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera.
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 Edward Mercado | United States | 9/28/05
On Sept. 24, different social organizations were marching in Washington D.C. to demand the respect of the sovereignty for Venezuela and Colombia and to bring the imperialist troops home from Iraq.
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 Colombia Action Network | Washington, DC | 9/15/05
The U.S. Bolivarian Circles and the Colombia Action Network are organizing a joint contingent for the September 24th, 2005, March on Washington to end the U.S. occupation of Iraq.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 7/16/05
Students boycotting Coca-Cola have won another victory.
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