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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Guatemala's Congress on Tuesday voted unanimously to strip President Otto Pérez Molina of his immunity from prosecution over corruption charges in a case that one journalist says should ultimately lead to charging U.S. sponsors of the country's notorious massacres of Indigenous communities. Univision reports that hundreds of people cheered the...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Demanding reparations for industrial pollution and adequate compensation for...
Jon Queally, staff writer
A series of heartbreaking photos showing a young boy—believed to be a refugee...

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Noting "Just Because It Isn't Happening Here Doesn't Mean It Isn't Happening," over 12,000 Icelanders have offered homes and spare bedrooms and moral support to Syrian refugees after their own government said they'd help just 50 of the 4 million fleeing Syria's civil war. "We have clothes, toys and everything a child needs," wrote a single mother and teacher. "I would of course pay for the airplane ticket.” "This is humanity," wrote another. "When world leaders look away, the people won't."

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