2018-09-22: News Headlines

teleSUR (2018-09-22). Venezuela to Request UN Funds For 'Return To Homeland Plan'. telesurtv.net According to official data, 3,039 Venezuelans have returned to the country. Additionally, 5,000 migrants have registered at the embassy in Peru to return to Venezuela.

Shared by Hezvo Mpunga (2018-09-22). Protest Targets Johns Hopkins' Multi-Million Dollar ICE Contract. therealnews.com Dozens of students, faculty and community members marched through campus on Friday and delivered a petition demanding Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University end its contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Albert Bender (2018-09-21). Where are the children? Hundreds of border children still separated from families. peoplesworld.org There are those of us who are still furious and the wrath is again growing—the court mandated deadline to reunite kidnapped children with their families has come and gone, and hundreds of refugee children are STILL separated from their families. I recently received an email from the Democratic Attorneys…

Democracy Now! (2018-09-21). Michael Moore: Are We Going to Be Like the "Good Germans" Who Let Hitler Rise to Power? democracynow.org In his new documentary "Fahrenheit 11/9," filmmaker Michael Moore interviews the last surviving Nuremberg prosecutor, Ben Ferencz, who describes President Trump's policy of family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border and the large-scale detention of immigrant children as a "crime against humanity." Moore also looks at the rise of Hitler in Nazi Germany and compares it to the rise of Trump in the United States.

Democracy Now! (2018-09-21). Headlines for September 21, 2018. democracynow.org Dr. Christine Blasey Ford Offers to Testify About Kavanaugh Attempted Rape Allegations, Republican Congressman Jokes That Abraham Lincoln Groped Ruth Bader Ginsburg, State Department Specialists Opposed Pompeo's Decision to Keep Backing Saudi Assault in Yemen, Dozens of Undocumented Immigrants Arrested While Trying to Retrieve Children in Custody, Trump Admin Diverts $266 Million from Social Programs to Pay for Detaining Children, One Year After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Remains in Crisis, Trump Reportedly Asked Spain to Build 3,000-Mile Wall Across Sahara Desert, At Least 100 Die After Ferry Capsizes in Tanza…

Arshad Khan (2018-09-21). Will Their Ever be Justice for Rohingya Muslims? counterpunch.org There is an image engraved in our minds of a stoic, reserved, elegant Aung San Suu Kyi unbending in her struggle against Burma's generals for democracy, and we assumed for human rights. Last year, when the refugees streamed out of her country in the wake of atrocities, it blocked all UN agencies from delivering food, More

wsws (2018-09-21). Department of Health and Human Services lost track of another 1,500 immigrant children. wsws.org In addition to the "lost" children, funds are being diverted from AIDS and cancer research to jail immigrant children and ICE held nearly 1,500 US citizens as "aliens."

WSWS (2018-09-21). Department of Health and Human Services Lost Track of Another 1,500 Immigrant Children. globalresearch.ca HHS lost track of another 1,500 immigrant children | For the second time this year, the Department of Health and Human Services has notified Congress that it cannot locate about 1,500 children taken into custody by immigration authorities and transferred to …

Shared by Merula Furtado (2018-09-21). New Senate Bill Would Allow Indefinite Detention of Migrant Families. truthout.org Advocates for asylum seekers are lining up against the latest effort to expand detention of migrant children, as congressional Republicans continue searching for a legislative "solution" to the intensified family separation crisis resulting from the Trump administration's zero-tolerance immigration policies. | Sen. Ron Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican and chair of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, introduced a bill on Tuesday that would bolster border security and help the Trump administration to circumvent the 1997 settlement in the major case on immigrant detention known as Flores v. Reno, which has generally prevented the government from detaining children who arrived with their parents longer than 20 days. | The bill is known as the FAMILIES Act. It would embrace President Trump's plan to expand jails for migrant families and allow the indefinite detention of children with their parents — all,…

John Washington (2018-09-20). "Kick Ass, Ask Questions Later": A Border Patrol Whistleblower Speaks Out About Culture of Abuse Against Migrants. theintercept.com The former agent said that he could not stand by as he saw reports that the abuses he witnessed continue — including the destruction of water jugs.

Shared by Hezvo Mpunga (2018-09-20). Alt-Right March for Israel, Human Rights Activist Smeared as Anti-Semitic. therealnews.com In Canada Dimitri Lascaris called on B'Nai Brith to disavow a white supremacist who called for Trudeau's execution. He then found himself accused of being an anti-Semite

Shared by Jocelyn Dombroski (2018-09-20). Trump Administration Sets the Lowest Refugee Intake Targets in US History. therealnews.com The U.S. is already doing far less for refugees than most developed nations and the latest reduction, from 45,000 to 30,000 refugees, does not even come close to reflecting the actual number who end up being admitted

RT (2018-09-20). 22% of people in the US & half living in its largest cities don't speak English at home. rt.com More than 66 million people in the US speak a 'foreign' language at home, the Center For Immigration Studies has discovered, and almost half of the residents in its five largest cities don't speak English with their families.

wsws (2018-09-20). Trump administration announces record low cap on refugees allowed into the US. wsws.org The Trump administration has announced that the number of refugees allowed into the US in the coming year will be capped at 30,000—a record low for the 43-year old refugee resettlement program.

Christopher Bertram (2018-09-19). Should Immigration Laws Be Respected? thenation.com Should Immigration Laws Be Respected? appeared first on The Nation.

aclu (2018-09-19). I Came to the U.S. Fleeing Horrific Abuse in My Home Country. Jeff Sessions Wants to Send People Like Me Back. aclu.org People like me come from countries where the justice system does not protect women and girls. To deny us refuge says our lives mean nothing. | I don't have a lot of memories of my childhood that don't involve violence. My father beat my mother up all the time in our hometown a few hours outside of Mexico City. He hit her with his hands and with any object he could find. Several times he used a knife to cut her. I think my father's sexual abuse of me started when I was 4 or 5. | I lived in terror of this man who claimed my body as his and thought of me as disposable. He could hit me or touch my most private parts…

Caitlin L. Chandler (2018-09-19). Germany's Faith-Based Sanctuary Activists Have Created a National Movement. thenation.com Germany's Faith-Based Sanctuary Activists Have Created a National Movement appeared first on The Nation.

Democracy Now! (2018-09-19). "A Matter of Life and Death": Trump Admin Slashes Refugee Cap to Historic Low, Imperiling Thousands. democracynow.org The Trump administration has once again slashed the number of refugees allowed to resettle in the United States. On Monday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the new cap on refugees would be a historic low of just 30,000 next year, down from the current level of 45,000. The actual number of refugees allowed in to the country is expected to be even lower than the 30,000 cap. Monday's announcement represents the lowest ceiling any president has imposed on the U.S. refugee program since its creation in 1980. Under President Obama, the refugee cap reached 110,000. For more on the Trump administration's refugee…

Democracy Now! (2018-09-18). Immigrants Seeking Shelter After Hurricane Florence Fear Deportation as FEMA Shifts Funds to ICE. democracynow.org While the worst of Hurricane Florence is over, officials say the most dangerous flooding is yet to come for residents of the Carolinas and Virginia, as thousands have been ordered to evacuate their homes and hundreds more have sought rescue from rising floodwaters. But undocumented immigrants have expressed concern they will encounter immigration enforcement if they seek help. Meanwhile, the Trump administration has reallocated nearly $10 million from FEMA's budget to ICE to pay for detention space and deportations. We speak with Laura Garduño García, a DACA recipient and Greensboro-based organizer with Siembra N…

aclu (2018-09-18). In Guatemala, a Tireless Search for Parents Separated From Their Children. aclu.org Working with the ACLU, human rights defenders look for missing parents in villages and remote regions of the country. | When Lesly Tayes, a Guatemala City-based tax lawyer, first saw images of children locked in cages inside immigration detention facilities near the southern U.S. border, she was stunned. "It made me very upset and sad," she said. "Later I learned that Guatemala had the highest number of separated families and I felt even worse. I wanted to help." Within weeks, she'd have her chance. | Earlier this summer, the ACLU sued the Trump administration over its policy of separating parents from their chi…

Democracy Now! (2018-09-18). Headlines for September 18, 2018. democracynow.org Trump Administration Slashes Number of Permitted Refugees in U.S. to Historic Low, Kavanaugh & Christine Ford to Testify at New Hearing on Attempted Rape Allegation, Syrian Missile Downs Russian Military Aircraft, Killing 15, Russia and Turkey Announce Plan to Create Demilitarized Zone in Idlib, Yemen: U.S.-Backed Saudi Coalition Accused of Deadly Bombing of Radio Station, Pyongyang: North and South Korean Leaders Reportedly Preparing to Declare End of Korean War, Hurricane Florence Death Toll Reaches 32 as Threat of Toxic Coal Ash Release Looms, Death Toll from Typhoon Mangkhut Tops 74 with 3 Million Displaced i…

Democracy Now! (2018-09-17). Headlines for September 17, 2018. democracynow.org California Professor Publicly Accuses Brett Kavanaugh of Attempting to Rape Her in High School, Tropical Depression Florence Kills 17 & Smashes Rainfall Records in Carolinas, Florence's Torrential Rains Trigger Toxic Coal Ash Release in North Carolina, Typhoon Mangkhut Reaches Mainland China; Death Toll in Philippines Could Exceed 100, FEMA Head Defends Trump's Lies on Hurricane Maria's Death Toll in Puerto Rico, Hundreds Mourn 12-Year-Old Gazan Boy Killed at Nonviolent Protest at Border Fence, Officials Say Palestinian Teenager Fatally Stabbed Israeli in Occupied West Bank, Chile: Pope Expels Priest in Child Sex…

Hatewatch Staff (2018-09-17). Hatewatch Headlines 9/18/2018. splcenter.org U.S.'s refugee limit cut to lowest level on record, again; Inside a 'Davos for Fascists' in St. Louis; Christian nationalists in Moldova say they're not extremist; and more.

RT (2018-09-16). 'Serial killer' arrested after four murders, suspect is border patrol agent. rt.com A US Border Patrol agent who authorities described as a 'serial killer' has confessed to four murders following his arrest. Police say all of his female victims were prostitutes.

Democracy Now! (2018-09-14). Headlines for September 14, 2018. democracynow.org Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall, Lashing Carolinas Coast, Trump Falsely Claims 3,000 Puerto Ricans Did Not Die After Hurricane Maria, Wins and Losses for Progressive Challengers in New York Primaries, Former Refugee from Afghanistan Safiya Wazir Unseats Incumbent in NH Primary Race, Paul Manafort and Special Counsel Reach Tentative Plea Deal, Sen. Feinstein Refers to FBI Letter Alleging Sexual Misconduct by Kavanaugh, Dozens of Homes Explode North of Boston, Mass., Killing 1 Person, Argentina: Thousands of Teachers & Students Strike Against Austerity Measures, Lawsuit Alleges MSU Officials Intentionally Covered…

Democracy Now! (2018-09-13). Headlines for September 13, 2018. democracynow.org Millions Along East Coast Brace for Arrival of Hurricane Florence, Toxic Waste Sites and Nuclear Plants Lie in Path of Hurricane Florence, Puerto Rican Officials Slam Trump for Claiming Response to Maria Was "Success" | , NYT: More Migrant Children Are Detained Than at Any Other Time in U.S. History | , Parents Forcibly Separated from Children Win Second Chance to Apply for Asylum | , NYT: Scott Pruitt in Talks to Work as Consultant to Coal Tycoon, Pompeo Certifies Saudi-Led Coalition Taking Steps to Protect Yemeni Civilians, Despite Evidence, Guatemala Protests President's Effort to Shut Down U.N.-Backed Anti-Co…

Ricardo Vaz (2018-09-13). Venezuela: Hunger Strike Draws Attention to Campesino Struggles. venezuelanalysis.com Shortly after announcing the beginning of a hunger strike, a joint commission between the government and campesino groups was relaunched to address agrarian grievances.

Democracy Now! (2018-09-12). Headlines for September 12, 2018. democracynow.org "Storm of a Lifetime": Hurricane Florence Barrels Down on Carolinas' Coast, Ahead of Florence, SC Officials Say They Will Not Evacuate Ridgeland Prison, Florence Threatens Catastrophic Waste Spills from Pig Farms, Coal Ash Ponds, 6 Years Before Florence, North Carolina Passed Law Banning Studies of Sea Level Rise, Ahead of Florence, Trump Tries to Celebrate Admin Response to Hurricane Maria, Merkley: Trump Admin Diverted $10M from FEMA to ICE to Build Detention Centers, HHS to Triple Size of Texas Tent Camp for Migrant Children, Stephen Miller's Former Rabbi Slams Him at Rosh Hashanah Services over Family Separat…

Bill Press (2018-09-11). The End of a Dream. progressive.org In his new book, "Trump Must Go: The Top 100 Reasons to Dump Trump," radio host Bill Press provides a sweeping indictment of the President. "Reason 17: He Cancelled Protected Status for Dreamers."

Ricardo Vaz (2018-09-06). Venezuela to Coordinate Repatriation of Emigrants with UN. venezuelanalysis.com The Venezuelan government plans to facilitate the return of emigrants, while this issue has sparked regional tensions.

Paul Dobson (2018-08-30). Venezuela Denounces Regional Anti-Migrant 'Xenophobia' as Brazil Militarises Border. venezuelanalysis.com The Maduro administration contrasted the recent attacks against Venezuelan migrants to its own open door policy which has seen foreigners benefit from free health, housing, education, and food programs.

TeleSur English (2018-08-20). Venezuelan Immigrants Forced To Flee Brazilian Border Town. venezuelanalysis.com Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza released a statement Saturday condemning the "dangerous matrix of xenophobic opinions."

Paul Dobson (2018-08-15). Venezuelan Landlord Arrested & Accused of Masterminding Triple Campesino Murder. venezuelanalysis.com The homicides in the Escondida ranch took place just hours after Maduro received a ground-breaking commission of campesino leaders at Miraflores Palace.

2018-09-22: Social Media Postees

Venezuela to Request UN Funds For 'Return To Homeland Plan'
teleSUR | telesurtv.net | 2018-09-22
According to official data, 3,039 Venezuelans have returned to the country. Additionally, 5,000 migrants have registered at the embassy in Peru to return to Venezuela.
www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Venezuela…

Protest Targets Johns Hopkins' Multi-Million Dollar ICE Contract
Shared by Hezvo Mpunga | therealnews.com | 2018-09-22
Dozens of students, faculty and community members marched through campus on Friday and delivered a petition demanding Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University end its contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement | The post Protest Targets Johns Hopkins' Multi-Million Dollar ICE Contract appeared first on The Real News Network.
therealnews.com/stories/protest-targets-…

Michael Moore: Are We Going to Be Like the "Good Germans" Who Let Hitler Rise to Power?
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-21
In his new documentary "Fahrenheit 11/9," filmmaker Michael Moore interviews the last surviving Nuremberg prosecutor, Ben Ferencz, who describes President Trump's policy of family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border and the large-scale detention of immigrant children as a "crime against humanity." Moore also looks at the rise of Hitler in Nazi Germany and compares it to the rise of Trump in the United States.
www.democracynow.org/2018/9/21/michael_m…

Where are the children? Hundreds of border children still separated from families
Albert Bender | peoplesworld.org | 2018-09-21
There are those of us who are still furious and the wrath is again growing–the court mandated deadline to reunite kidnapped children with their families has come and gone, and hundreds of refugee children are STILL separated from their families. I recently received an email from the Democratic Attorneys…
peoplesworld.org/article/where-are-the-c…

Will Their Ever be Justice for Rohingya Muslims?
Arshad Khan | counterpunch.org | 2018-09-21
There is an image engraved in our minds of a stoic, reserved, elegant Aung San Suu Kyi unbending in her struggle against Burma's generals for democracy, and we assumed for human rights. Last year, when the refugees streamed out of her country in the wake of atrocities, it blocked all UN agencies from delivering food,…
counterpunch.org/2018/09/21/will-their-e…

Department of Health and Human Services Lost Track of Another 1,500 Immigrant Children
WSWS | globalresearch.ca | 2018-09-21
HHS lost track of another 1,500 immigrant children | For the second time this year, the Department of Health and Human Services has notified Congress that it cannot locate about 1,500 children taken into custody by immigration authorities and transferred to … | The post Department of Health and Human Services Lost Track of Another 1,500 Immigrant Children appeared first on Global Research.
globalresearch.ca/department-of-health-a…

New Senate Bill Would Allow Indefinite Detention of Migrant Families
Shared by Merula Furtado | truthout.org | 2018-09-21
Advocates for asylum seekers are lining up against the latest effort to expand detention of migrant children, as congressional Republicans continue searching for a legislative "solution" to the intensified family separation crisis resulting from the Trump administration's zero-tolerance immigration policies. | Sen. Ron Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican and chair of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, introduced a bill on Tuesday that would bolster border security and help the Trump administration to circumvent the 1997 settlement in the major case on immigrant detention known as Flores v. Reno, which has generally prevented the government from detaining children who arrived with their parents longer than 20 days. | The bill is known as the FAMILIES Act. It would embrace President Trump's plan to expand jails for migrant families and allow the indefinite detention of children with their parents — all,…
truthout.org/articles/new-senate-bill-wo…

Department of Health and Human Services lost track of another 1,500 immigrant children
wsws | wsws.org | 2018-09-21
In addition to the "lost" children, funds are being diverted from AIDS and cancer research to jail immigrant children and ICE held nearly 1,500 US citizens as "aliens."
www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/09/21/immi…

"Kick Ass, Ask Questions Later": A Border Patrol Whistleblower Speaks Out About Culture of Abuse Against Migrants
John Washington | theintercept.com | 2018-09-20
The former agent said that he could not stand by as he saw reports that the abuses he witnessed continue — including the destruction of water jugs. | The post "Kick Ass, Ask Questions Later": A Border Patrol Whistleblower Speaks Out About Culture of Abuse Against Migrants appeared first on The Intercept.
theintercept.com/2018/09/20/border-patro…

Trump administration announces record low cap on refugees allowed into the US
wsws | wsws.org | 2018-09-20
The Trump administration has announced that the number of refugees allowed into the US in the coming year will be capped at 30,000–a record low for the 43-year old refugee resettlement program.
www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/09/20/refu…

Trump Administration Sets the Lowest Refugee Intake Targets in US History
Shared by Jocelyn Dombroski | therealnews.com | 2018-09-20
The U.S. is already doing far less for refugees than most developed nations and the latest reduction, from 45,000 to 30,000 refugees, does not even come close to reflecting the actual number who end up being admitted | The post Trump Administration Sets the Lowest Refugee Intake Targets in US History appeared first on The Real News Networ…
therealnews.com/stories/trump-administra…

22% of people in the US & half living in its largest cities don't speak English at home
RT | rt.com | 2018-09-20
More than 66 million people in the US speak a 'foreign' language at home, the Center For Immigration Studies has discovered, and almost half of the residents in its five largest cities don't speak English with their families.
rt.com/usa/438883-66mn-residents-speak-f…

Should Immigration Laws Be Respected?
Christopher Bertram | thenation.com | 2018-09-19
Should Immigration Laws Be Respected? appeared first on The Nation.
thenation.com/article/should-immigration…

I Came to the U.S. Fleeing Horrific Abuse in My Home Country. Jeff Sessions Wants to Send People Like Me Back
aclu | aclu.org | 2018-09-19
People like me come from countries where the justice system does not protect women and girls. To deny us refuge says our lives mean nothing. | I don't have a lot of memories of my childhood that don't involve violence. My father beat my mother up all the time in our hometown a few hours outside of Mexico City. He hit her with his hands and with any object he could find. Several times he used a knife to cut her. I think my father's sexual abuse of me started when I was 4 or 5. | I lived in terror of this man who claimed my body as his and thought of me as disposable. He could hit me or touch my most private parts…
aclu.org/blog/immigrants-rights/deportat…

Germany's Faith-Based Sanctuary Activists Have Created a National Movement
Caitlin L. Chandler | thenation.com | 2018-09-19
Germany's Faith-Based Sanctuary Activists Have Created a National Movement appeared first on The Nation.
thenation.com/article/germanys-faith-bas…

"A Matter of Life and Death": Trump Admin Slashes Refugee Cap to Historic Low, Imperiling Thousands
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-19
The Trump administration has once again slashed the number of refugees allowed to resettle in the United States. On Monday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the new cap on refugees would be a historic low of just 30,000 next year, down from the current level of 45,000. The actual number of refugees allowed in to the country is expected to be even lower than the 30,000 cap. Monday's announcement represents the lowest ceiling any president has imposed on the U.S. refugee program since its creation in 1980. Under President Obama, the refugee cap reached 110,000. For more on the Trump administration's refugee…
www.democracynow.org/2018/9/19/a_matter_…

Immigrants Seeking Shelter After Hurricane Florence Fear Deportation as FEMA Shifts Funds to ICE
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-18
While the worst of Hurricane Florence is over, officials say the most dangerous flooding is yet to come for residents of the Carolinas and Virginia, as thousands have been ordered to evacuate their homes and hundreds more have sought rescue from rising floodwaters. But undocumented immigrants have expressed concern they will encounter immigration enforcement if they seek help. Meanwhile, the Trump administration has reallocated nearly $10 million from FEMA's budget to ICE to pay for detention space and deportations. We speak with Laura Garduño García, a DACA recipient and Greensboro-based organizer with Siembra N…
www.democracynow.org/2018/9/18/immigrant…

In Guatemala, a Tireless Search for Parents Separated From Their Children
aclu | aclu.org | 2018-09-18
Working with the ACLU, human rights defenders look for missing parents in villages and remote regions of the country. | When Lesly Tayes, a Guatemala City-based tax lawyer, first saw images of children locked in cages inside immigration detention facilities near the southern U.S. border, she was stunned. "It made me very upset and sad," she said. "Later I learned that Guatemala had the highest number of separated families and I felt even worse. I wanted to help." Within weeks, she'd have her chance. | Earlier this summer, the ACLU sued the Trump administration over its policy of separating parents from their chi…
aclu.org/blog/immigrants-rights/deportat…

Hatewatch Headlines 9/18/2018
Hatewatch Staff | splcenter.org | 2018-09-17
U.S.'s refugee limit cut to lowest level on record, again; Inside a 'Davos for Fascists' in St. Louis; Christian nationalists in Moldova say they're not extremist; and…
splcenter.org/hatewatch/2018/09/18/hatew…

'Serial killer' arrested after four murders, suspect is border patrol agent
RT | rt.com | 2018-09-16
A US Border Patrol agent who authorities described as a 'serial killer' has confessed to four murders following his arrest. Police say all of his female victims were prostitutes.
rt.com/usa/438549-border-agent-serial-ki…

Venezuela: Hunger Strike Draws Attention to Campesino Struggles
Ricardo Vaz | venezuelanalysis.com | 2018-09-13
Shortly after announcing the beginning of a hunger strike, a joint commission between the government and campesino groups was relaunched to address agrarian grievances.
venezuelanalysis.com/news/14050

The End of a Dream
Bill Press | progressive.org | 2018-09-11
In his new book, "Trump Must Go: The Top 100 Reasons to Dump Trump," radio host Bill Press provides a sweeping indictment of the President. "Reason 17: He Cancelled Protected Status for Dreamers."
progressive.org/dispatches/the-end-of-a-…

Venezuela to Coordinate Repatriation of Emigrants with UN
Ricardo Vaz | venezuelanalysis.com | 2018-09-06
The Venezuelan government plans to facilitate the return of emigrants, while this issue has sparked regional tensions.
venezuelanalysis.com/news/14035

Venezuela Denounces Regional Anti-Migrant 'Xenophobia' as Brazil Militarises Border
Paul Dobson | venezuelanalysis.com | 2018-08-30
The Maduro administration contrasted the recent attacks against Venezuelan migrants to its own open door policy which has seen foreigners benefit from free health, housing, education, and food programs.
venezuelanalysis.com/news/14023

Venezuelan Immigrants Forced To Flee Brazilian Border Town
TeleSur English | venezuelanalysis.com | 2018-08-20
Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza released a statement Saturday condemning the "dangerous matrix of xenophobic opinions."
venezuelanalysis.com/news/14009

Venezuelan Landlord Arrested & Accused of Masterminding Triple Campesino Murder
Paul Dobson | venezuelanalysis.com | 2018-08-15
The homicides in the Escondida ranch took place just hours after Maduro received a ground-breaking commission of campesino leaders at Miraflores Palace.
venezuelanalysis.com/news/14002

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