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Jon Queally, staff writer
Just days away from what's been billed as the "the largest climate mobilization in world history," organizers behind the People's Climate March & Mobilization are putting the final details in place while asking people across the planet the simple question: Are you in? On Sunday, September 21, just two days before a United Nations Climate...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
No doubt emboldened by the Scottish campaign to break away from the UK, Catalan...
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Ukrainian legislators on Tuesday passed a law granting broader autonomy to the...

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Lest we forget: Life, however arduous, goes on in Gaza, where this week at least half a million children made a delayed return to often-ravaged schools. Before regular classes begin, many will be offered psychological counselling to help them begin to heal from the traumas of the Israeli assault. Gazan officials say 26 schools were destroyed and up to 250 damaged. The damage to the kids is incalculable; the least we can do is see their faces and hear their stories.