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El domingo 5 de febrero se realizaron las elecciones nacionales en Costa Rica.
Estas mostraron un fortalecimiento del sentir ciudadano de nuestro pueblo, y su resistencia a la corrupción y a las políticas neoliberales que ha impulsado el bipartidismo en las dos...

El domingo 5 de febrero se realizaron las elecciones nacionales en Costa Rica.
Estas mostraron un fortalecimiento del sentir ciudadano de nuestro pueblo, y su resistencia a la corrupción y a las políticas neoliberales que ha impulsado el bipartidismo en las dos...

El domingo 5 de febrero se realizaron las elecciones nacionales en Costa Rica.
Estas mostraron un fortalecimiento del sentir ciudadano de nuestro pueblo, y su resistencia a la corrupción y a las políticas neoliberales que ha impulsado el bipartidismo en las dos...

President Fidel Castro took a jab at US President George Bush's Spanish, saying he misquoted Cuban independence hero and poet Jose Marti, and could do with a good Spanish teacher.

In remarks at a news roundtable late Wednesday the Cuban president also slammed a UN...

After the very impressive turnout on Saturday by supporters of presidential election candidate Manuel Rosales, some supporters of Hugo Chávez were getting a little nervous. They need not have worried.

The now famous sea of red turned into an ocean on Sunday, as...

By Steven Mather


Chevron Corp.'s chairman and CEO received total compensation valued at $15.2 million in 2009, up 10 percent from 2008, as the nation's second-largest oil company saw its oil production business boom but its refineries struggle.

Most of David J. O'Reilly's...

By Sandy Shore

Chevron Corp. confirmed Monday that it is seeking what could be the first new permit to drill in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico since the government lifted a drilling ban prompted by the BP oil spill.

A spokeswoman for Chevron said the San Ramon, Calif.-...

Brett Clanton

 

Richmond city officials will watch closely next week when Chevron Corp. hosts its annual security analysts meeting.

The event is when the publicly held company reviews the results of the previous fiscal year and discusses its plans, goals and projections for the coming year...

By Chip Johnson

 

In the battle over Proposition 23, the most interesting action is taking place on the sidelines.

The proposition would suspend AB 32, California's landmark climate change law, until unemployment in the state is below 5.5 percent for a year. The campaign is being funded with...

The Bay Citizen

I love chocolate. I have read the science about its good effects on the body and the harm it can do as well, but have not been persuaded to lay down my chocolate habit. As culinary indulgences go, chocolate suits me just fine.

Yet, I try not to let my love of...

By Katti Gray

For years fair trade groups have warned that the “free trade” model being pushed by multinational corporations is driving a race-to-the-bottom in environmental and labor standards. By giving companies new powers to locate anywhere while limiting elected governments’...

For years fair trade groups have warned that the “free trade” model being pushed by multinational corporations is driving a race-to-the-bottom in environmental and labor standards. By giving companies new powers to locate anywhere while limiting elected governments’...

For years fair trade groups have warned that the “free trade” model being pushed by multinational corporations is driving a race-to-the-bottom in environmental and labor standards. By giving companies new powers to locate anywhere while limiting elected governments’...

BOGOTA, Apr 4 (IPS) - The first public hearing held by the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal (PPT) in its Colombia session accused U.S. and Swiss multinational corporations of benefiting from the civil war in this South American nation in order to boost profit margins.

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Constanza Vieira

BOGOTA, Apr 4 (IPS) - The first public hearing held by the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal (PPT) in its Colombia session accused U.S. and Swiss multinational corporations of benefiting from the civil war in this South American nation in order to boost profit margins.

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Constanza Vieira

BOGOTA, Apr 4 (IPS) - The first public hearing held by the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal (PPT) in its Colombia session accused U.S. and Swiss multinational corporations of benefiting from the civil war in this South American nation in order to boost profit margins.

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Constanza Vieira

When: Monday January 14th, 12 noon
Where: Miami Office of Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
8660 West Flagler Street, Suite 131
CODEPINK: Women for Peace condemns the violent climate in Miami perpetrated by certain sectors of the community...

CodePink

"It's tough to be ethical consumers in this age of sweatshops - both at home
and abroad. Fair Trade coffee offers one good way to know with confidence
that the products you purchase are made in just working conditions. All of
us must do more to...

by Deborah James

"It's tough to be ethical consumers in this age of sweatshops - both at home
and abroad. Fair Trade coffee offers one good way to know with confidence
that the products you purchase are made in just working conditions. All of
us must do more to...

by Deborah James

I’m not a native Costa Rican, so I am far from figuring out how our indigenous people should feel in face of this new violation against their inner nature. Let’s face it: forcing native Costa Ricans to decide YES or NO in a referendum process they don’t understand, in...

Marta Sanchez