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Haiti and Cholera Epidemic: Accountability for the United Nations is needed

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Haiti and Cholera Epidemic: Accountability for the United Nations is needed Michiyo Tanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The United Nations (UN) and international meddling in several nations often ends up with peculiar results and this most notably applies to Afghanistan and Haiti. Yet, while Afghanistan was caught up in the Cold War […]

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Venezuela Conflict Alert: Respect for Human Rights and Dialogue Must Replace Violence

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Venezuela Conflict Alert: Respect for Human Rights and Dialogue Must Replace Violence International Crisis Group Political confrontation in Venezuela has turned violent in the past few days with the killing of six demonstrators, the injury of many more and a clampdown on civil liberties. This threatens to further erode stability and human rights in an […]

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Colombia witnessing fresh hope between the government and FARC

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Colombia witnessing fresh hope between the government and FARC Olivier LeCourt and Helmet Joachim Schmidt Modern Tokyo Times Major steps are underway in order for a genuine peace deal to be signed between the government of Colombia and FARC rebels. According to latest details it appears that both sides have agreed to a political role […]

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DGSE and DCRI: Unlike Brazil is France being Sincere about NSA and Rebuking America?

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DGSE and DCRI: Unlike Brazil is France being Sincere about NSA and Rebuking America? Olivier LeCourt and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The Prime Minister of France, Jean-Marc Ayrault, is deeply disturbed by the ongoing revelations related to the National Security Agency (NSA). Leaks supplied by Edward Snowden continue to highlight a very murky […]

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Brazil strongly condemns Canada for following the US Electronic Espionage angle

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Brazil strongly condemns Canada for following the US Electronic Espionage angle Helmet Joachim Schmidt and Walter Sebastian Modern Tokyo Times President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil recently lambasted the Obama administration over electronic espionage. Rousseff made her feelings crystal clear during her speech at the UN General Assembly when she stated that “We face, Mr President, […]

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Brazil rebukes the USA over Electronic Espionage at the UN

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Brazil rebukes the USA over Electronic Espionage at the UN Helmet Joachim Schmidt and Walter Sebastian Modern Tokyo Times President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil openly rebuked America over electronic espionage during her speech at the UN General Assembly. Many individuals all over the world will welcome her comments because too many national governments have remained […]

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US under Obama is Unraveling in the Eyes of South America: NSA Scandal

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US under Obama is Unraveling in the Eyes of South America: NSA Scandal Pierre Leblanc and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The role of the United States throughout South America is set to face another major clash whereby Washington is seen to be overstepping the boundaries. In history it is clear that both main […]

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Brazil and Turkey: Mass Demonstrations and anti-Government Feelings are Running High

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Brazil and Turkey: Mass Demonstrations and anti-Government Feelings are Running High Nuray Lydia Oglu and Joachim de Villiers Modern Tokyo Times   It is being reported that over one million people have taken to the streets in order to show their discontent towards the current political leaders in Brazil. Unlike the crisis in Turkey, you […]

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Guatemala Says Rios Montt Guilty of Genocide: What about the CIA and US?

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Guatemala Says Rios Montt Guilty of Genocide: What about the CIA and US? Pierre Leblanc and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The Guatemalan justice system sentenced Efrain Rios Montt of crimes against humanity and genocide against the Mayan Indians. His 80 year prison sentence effectively means that he will die in prison for his […]

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Election in Venezuela Points to a Divided Nation: Maduro, Capriles and Manipulation?

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Election in Venezuela Points to a Divided Nation: Maduro, Capriles and Manipulation? Joachim de Villiers and James Jomo Modern Tokyo Times The late charismatic leader of Venezuela could easily brush aside self-doubts irrespective if this applied to the election process, internal discontent and a host of other important factors. In this sense, the late Hugo […]

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