On May 2 2017 peace loving people of many countries remembered the third anniversary of the fascist masacre in the Trade Union House Odessa. The Czech Peace Movement together with other Czech peace and anti-fascist organizations commemorated on Wenceslas Square in Prague dozens of victims of this fascist muredrous attack in Odessa. Representative of the Czech Peace Movement Milan Krajča, underlined the importance to rember crime i Odessa three years ago as well as the role imperialism played in Ukraine openly supporting fascist and reactionary forces.
It is with revolt and concern that we follow the news of the arbitrary political process instituted by the Kingdom of Morocco against more than twenty Sahrawi activists, a process that has been dragged for seven years by authorities of a regime of military occupation.
According to international observers, the trials of 25 Sahrawis who have dared to participate in a peaceful protest in Gdeim Izik in 2010, in resistance against the Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara, are biased and unjust, destined to play a role in a farce in which the Moroccan regime is supposedly democratic.
37th Peace Marathon March held successfully in Athens by the Greek Committee for International Détente and Peace (EEDYE) on 14th May
“We strengthen the anti-imperialist struggle”
The Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation and other Portuguese organizations are developing a number of initiatives denouncing NATO's and its Brussels summit, throughout Portugal, that will culminate in street initiatives in Lisbon and Oporto on the 24th and 25th of May respectively.
The hunger strike of the Palestinian political prisoners approaches its first month and should continue mobilizing international support and action. The struggle of the Palestinians incarcerated by Israel – today, over 6,300 men, women and children – is urgent and essential in the Palestinian cause for the end of the Israeli occupation and for national liberation, and all those advocates of justice and peace must join it.
By Socorro Gomes*
“Un mundo de paz es posible”
Guantánamo, 4, 5 y 6 de mayo de 2017
El Quinto Seminario Internacional de Paz y por la Abolición de las Bases Militares Extranjeras se realizó nuevamente en Guantánamo, la más oriental provincia cubana y primera trinchera antiimperialista de América por tener una parte de su territorio ilegalmente ocupado por una base militar extranjera en contra de la voluntad de su pueblo.
“A World of Peace is Possible”
Guantánamo, May 4, 5, 6, 2017
The Fifth International Seminar for Peace and the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases was held again in Guantánamo, the easternmost Cuban province and first anti-imperialist trench of America because part of its territory is illegally occupied by a foreign military base against the will of its people.
É com extrema preocupação que acompanhamos as notícias de que o Brasil, o Peru e a Colômbia incluirão tropas dos Estados Unidos num exercício militar conjunto na tríplice fronteira amazônica, em novembro deste ano. É sintomático que o convite para a participação estadunidense tenha partido do Brasil, segundo a mídia nacional, onde a população vive o pós-golpe de Estado sob a ameaça das políticas reacionárias e servis ao império promovidas por um governo ilegítimo.
Con gran preocupación, seguimos las noticias según las cuales Brasil, Perú y Colombia incluirán tropas estadounidenses en un ejercicio militar conjunto en la región fronteriza amazónica, en noviembre. Es sintomático que esta invitación a la participación de Estados Unidos fuera hecha por Brasil, según los medios de comunicación nacionales, donde la población vive en post-golpe de estado, bajo políticas reaccionarias subordinadas al imperio y promovidas por un gobierno ilegítimo.
With great concern, we follow the news according which Brazil, Peru and Colombia will include US troops in a joint military exercise in the Amazon border region, in November. It is symptomatic that this invitation for US participation was made by Brazil, according to the domestic media, where the population lives in post-coup d'etat, under reactionary policies subservient to the empire and promoted by an illegitimate government.