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As the United Nations commemorated the International Day Against Nuclear Tests this week, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon lamented the fact that in a world threatened by some 17,000 nuclear weapons, not a single one has been destroyed so far.
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As European Union leaders met in Brussels on Saturday where they discussed...
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In a move that could dramatically spike international tensions and escalate the...

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Calling the hyped-up, gun-toting army of Ferguson goons "completely out of control," Black Lawyers for Justice have filed a lawsuit seeking $41.5 million on behalf of protesters arrested, beaten, tear-gassed, pepper-sprayed, almost drowned, shot with rubber bullets, called racist names and otherwise brutalized for exercising their Constitutional right of assembly. Another group of attorneys is seeking amnesty for a telling mountain of non-violent warrants: over 40,000 for 21,000 residents.