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Nadia Prupis, staff writer
A United Nations working group on Friday declared that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arbitrarily detained for more than three years and should be freed and compensated, in a decision the Australian journalist called a "really significant victory." The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention issued its nonbinding opinion on Friday, a...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
A new review of four decades of science has come to this conclusion: organic...
Jack Serle, Bureau of Investigative Journalism
Just 10 of the scores killed by US drones in Pakistan last year have so far...

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The scale is numbing. As world leaders head to London to raise billions to support Syrian refugees, the calamity on the Greek Islands lurches on. Over 26,000 kids have arrived, many "with not a soul in the world," dozens have drowned trying to, and 6,000 more people arrive each day. Meanwhile, aid groups try to get our attention with heart-stopping photos, videos and tales of anguish. See/hear them and weep, and help.