Category: Videos

Sanctuary in New York City Isn’t So Simple

Last week, The New York Times broke the story that Border Patrol will deploy tactical units from the southern border to cities that do not comply with immigration enforcement. These […] Read More >

TIPNIS, Goni y el litio del Salar de Uyuni: Entrevista con David Choquehuanca

En la siguiente entrevista realizada el 20 de septiembre en la Misión Permanente de Bolivia ante las Naciones Unidas, el Canciller boliviano David Choquehuanca nos habla del pedido de extradición […] Read More >

Al Jazeera’s Fault Lines Explores Colombia’s Gold Rush

Gold fever is sweeping across South America. Nowhere is it more lethal than in Colombia, where the gold rush has become a new axle in Colombia’s civil war. Turf wars […] Read More >

Raúl Castro’s Speech At Cuba’s Sixth Communist Party Congress

Cuban head of state Raúl Castro gave a historic speech on Saturday, marking a major shift in direction for the five-decade-old revolutionary government. The hemisphere’s only communist country will begin […] Read More >

Jamaicans Speak About Violence During Attempts To Arrest Alleged Drug Lord Christopher “Dudus” Coke

This video, “Tivoli Speaks,” offers a chance to hear the perspectives of the Jamaicans caught in the crossfire between government forces and alleged drug lord Christopher “Dudus” Coke over the […] Read More >

Six People Killed in Peru as Police Disburse Miners’ Protest

At least six people were killed, 29 injured, dozens detained and thousands more were left stranded on the highway for two nights after police clashed with striking miners in Peru […] Read More >

Afermath Of Chile’s Earthquake (Video)

Above is a video from Al Jazeera English reporters describing the devastating situation on the ground in Chile in the aftermath of Saturday’s massive 8.8 magnitude earthquake. In addition to […] Read More >

Colombian Court Rejects Re-Election Referendum; Juan Manuel Santos Announces Candidacy

Colombia’s Constitutional Court rejected a referendum on Friday that would have permitted the current government to hold a plebiscite asking voter approval to remove the barrier to immediate re-election of […] Read More >

Paraguayan Striker Salvador Cabañas Experiences Swelling Around Brain After Shot In Head In Mexico City

Mexican doctors said that Paraguayan soccer player, Salvador Cabañas, is in critical but stable condition after being shot in the head in a Mexico City nightclub bathroom on Monday night, […] Read More >

Dame Pa’ Matala Brings Venezuelan Hip Hop, Revolutionary Message To New York City (Video)

NEW YORK–Dame Pa’ Matala brought their unique blend of Venezuelan rhythms and revolutionary hip hop to New York City’s Aaron Davis Hall on Nov. 2, 2009. Meet the band, hear […] Read More >