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The Light Brigade: Cuban Doctors Fight Ebola | Chris Gilbert

(MR Zine, 28.10.14) The Ebola epidemic . . . whereas most of the world tightens frontier control and essentially flees from the problem, Cuba opens a new chapter of solidarity and faces the danger.  By sending 255 doctors and nurses … Continue reading

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Down Where Apartheid Lives | JOHN PILGER

(CounterPunch, December 19, 2013)   Where are the Condemnations of Australia?   In the late 1960s, I was given an usual assignment by the London Daily Mirror’s editor in chief, Hugh Cudlipp. I was to return to my homeland, Australia, … Continue reading

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