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May 30, 2018
A kindergartener in Maghazi Refugee Camp, Gaza, drinks clean water from a Maia Project unit installed in Dec. 2009. Photo: Mohammed Majdalawi/Middle East Children's Alliance

Gaza's toxic 'biosphere of war' is unescapable

Mark Zeitoun
Ghassan Abu Sitta
While an attitude persists that "today, no one in Israel experiences water scarcity," Gazans are suffering deplorable conditions of poisoned water.
Blog
May 24, 2018

Venezuelan elections offer insight into regional trends

Jim Hodgson
Venezuela's election was an effort to educate Maduro loyalists and to separate the opposition into two groups: those who are open to reasonable negotiation and those whose position will never change.
RabbleTV
May 24, 2018
Venezuelan Mother tells the story behind the death of her son (in Spanish)

Venezuela: A mother's testimony

Often right-wing violence is meant to provoke security forces so that their reaction could be recorded and broadcast as if it were unprovoked repression.
News
May 24, 2018
Counting votes in Caracas. Photo: Humberto Da Silva

The vultures of Venezuela

Humberto DaSilva
rabble.ca's correspondent to the Venezuelan presidential elections on May 20 reflects on what he saw in Caracas.
Blog
May 23, 2018
Image: Elvert Barnes/Flickr

Bibi's chutzpah

Gerry Caplan
Palestinians have no hope for a better future. They protest without hope. Bibi doesn't care. CIJA doesn't care. Blame everything on Hamas. Everything. That is chutzpah.
Blog
May 22, 2018
Image: Radio Interativa/Flickr

Canada's role in Brazilian rights violations

Yves Engler
While they've made dozens of statements criticizing Venezuela, the Trudeau government seems to have remained silent on Rousseff’s ouster, Lula's imprisonment and persecution of the Brazilian left.

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