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Security forces moved in against Sudanese protesters who've been demanding an end to military rule.
Honduran TIGRES clear along the side of a school bus used as a training aid located on an Eglin Air Force Base range Feb. 27, 2015,. The TIGRES, a counter-narcotic and counter-trafficking force, were participating in culmination exercise testing the nearly two weeks of advanced training they received from Special Forces soldiers of the 7th SFG (A). (Photo by Capt. Thomas Cieslak)
The Venezuelan embassy in D.C. sits dark after power was cut to the building. Activists are inside of the building and the guests of Venezeulan President Nicolas Maduro. Activists confirmed with Venezuela that the power bill was paid and up to date.
Honduras protest. (Photo: Peoples Dispatch)
Chicago teachers on strike. (Photo: Peoples Dispatch)
Secretary-General António Guterres visits Ain Zara Detention Center in Tripoli, Libya, where migrants and refugees face indefinite detention. Two children hold up a sign that reads "Sudan" at the Ain Zara Detention Center. 04 April 2019 (Photo by UN Photo/Mohamed Alalem)
More than 400 hundred delegates from working class and peoples' movements across the globe on Sunday, February 24, declared their commitment for the defence of the Bolivarian revolution against the ongoing United States backed imperialist attack. Speaking at the closing event of the first day of the assembly, Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodríguez said that the country will never surrender to the US diktat and with the support of the people it will overcome attack.
Venezuela protestors January 23, 2019 carrying Venezuelan flag
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protestors wearing yellow vests in France