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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
In the late seventies, baby formula salesman Syed Aamir Raza, who was from Pakistan, blew the whistle on international food behemoth Nestlé for practices which, he had discovered, were causing the deaths of potentially hundreds of thousands of infants born in developing countries. Raza's story has now been memorialized in a new feature film titled...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Leaders of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong on Wednesday used China's...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Human activity has brought the planet's life-supporting systems to the brink of...

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Our perpetual war grows ever more appalling, with U.S. airstrikes against ISIS costing over $1 billion a month even as a mounting consensus finds those strikes politically and morally indefensible. With Obama now having bombed seven Muslim countries in the name of a "moral imperative," many Muslims feel caught in the middle. Some have declared #Not In My Name. Others are rejecting collective guilt with wry #Muslimapologies: "Sorry for saying may peace be upon you every time we greet someone."