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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Tens of thousands crowded Madrid's Puerta del Sol. (Photo: Alejandro Ruesga/ El Pais)
Fed up with conservative economics and fueled by Syriza's recent victory in Greece, tens of thousands of Spaniards flooded the streets of Madrid on Saturday to say: "No to Austerity and Yes to Change!" The march, dubbed the "March for Change," is the first mass demonstration in support of the country's new leftist party, Podemos , which is Spanish...
Gustavo Capdevila, Inter Press Service
Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, leaving Royal Court of Justice on July 13th, 2011. (Photo: acidpolly/cc/flickr)
There is a window of hope, thanks to a U.N. human rights body, for a solution...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Syriza, the new ruling party in control of the Greek government, revealed its...

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Chris Kyle's American Sniper, to one critic "an odious homage (to) wholesale slaughter," is everywhere. The film has made millions, the book tops bestseller lists, the media gears up for the trial of the vet who killed Kyle. For many, America's eagerness to lionize a guy who saw all his victims as "savages" while mouthing the mindless, jingoistic pieties of America's wars highlights the moral failings of the culture. His widow to the NRA: He was "an everyday man who loved his God and country."