Sarah Lazare, staff writer

Sarah Lazare

Sarah Lazare was a staff writer for Common Dreams from 2013-2016.

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Friday, September 27, 2013
'Another Iraq is Possible': First Social Forum Opens in War-Torn Baghdad
People from Iraq and across the world braved deadly bomb blasts in Baghdad Thursday to kick-off the country's first-ever social forum in a boisterous opening ceremony that marched under the banner 'Another Iraq is Possible with Peace, Human Rights, and Social Justice.' The event maintained an air...
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Tuesday, September 17, 2013
NYT Editor Calls Out Own Paper for Ignoring NSA, Israel Revelations
New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan on Monday publicly challenged her paper's decision to ignore last week's revelations that the National Security Agency shares unfiltered raw data intelligence files with the Israeli government. http://www.commondreams.org/sites/commondreams.org/files/imce-images/sho..." sty
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Monday, September 09, 2013
'Freedom Not Fear': Berlin Rallies Against 'Shameless' NSA Spying
Tens of thousands poured into Berlin's streets over the weekend to protest broad surveillance by the the NSA and other intelligence agencies, under the banner of 'Freedom Rather Than Fear,' as new revelations of the broad scope of secret spying continue to set off outrage across the world.
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Tuesday, September 03, 2013
US Allies in Latin America Furious at NSA 'Espionage' Revelations
Government leaders in Mexico and Brazil—among the closest US allies in Latin America—expressed outrage at Sunday's revelations that the US has been secretly spying on the presidents of both countries, summoning their US ambassadors on Monday to demand a formal explanation.
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Thursday, August 15, 2013
Hot Century Ahead: Study Finds Onslaught of Heat Waves Now Inevitable
A new study dishes out some very bad news about the global warming crisis.
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Thursday, August 01, 2013
Deadliest Month in 5 Years: Bloodshed Soars in War-Ravaged Iraq
More than 1,000 Iraqis—most of them civilians—were killed by political and sectarian violence in Iraq during July, marking the deadliest month in this country since 2008, the U.N. Assistance Mission in Iraq announced on Thursday. The spike in violence follows the so-called US withdrawal after a...
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