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Manuel Noriega—the murderous stooge the US betrayed in Panama

Manuel Noriega—the murderous stooge the US betrayed in Panama Colonel Manuel Noriega was a dictator and drug-runner. But he was also a bought and paid-for stooge of US imperialism.

Rage at David Cameron and Tory hypocrisy bursts onto the streets

Rage at David Cameron and Tory hypocrisy bursts onto the streets Anger at David Cameron spilled onto the streets last Saturday. In central London over 1,000 people laid siege to the Tories outside Downing Street and the Conservative Party’s spring conference.

The Tories’ crisis demands more than making speeches - we need serious resistance

The Tories’ crisis demands more than making speeches - we need serious resistance The Tories are on the rocks. How can we smash them? Even more is at stake than David Cameron’s profits from offshore funds, his avoidance of £70,000 inheritance tax or his mysterious share dealings.

Tory posh boy admits he IS a rich tax dodger

Tory posh boy admits he IS a rich tax dodger It took six days to get it straight—but Cameron did profit from daddy’s tax scam

Private matters: How capitalism hides its filthy hoard

Private matters: How capitalism hides its filthy hoard There is an exclusive luxury ocean liner with tens of thousands of cabins. The “Panama papers” leak provides a porthole into just one of those cabins.

Construction workers lead fight against police murder in Panama

"You were a good son, a good father, a good brother and a good husband. I only hope that you give strength to your brothers and sisters to keep fighting."

The 1989 US invasion of Panama – George Bush Sr was a killer too

15 December 2001
Residents just after midnight to the dull sound of the Apache helicopter gunships swooping low across the city. Without warning bombs suddenly began ripping into buildings-factories, offices and residential districts.

Socialist Worker recommends presents and holiday reading

08 December 2001
Top of the list of novels has to be The Constant Gardener by John Le Carré (£6.99). It is a gripping novel, which exposes the murderous activities of profit-hungry giant pharmaceutical companies. Le Carré's novels have got more political in recent years. Particularly relevant today is The Tailor of Panama (£6.99), which shows the viciousness of US imperialism.

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