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Reactions to Manchester Bombing Show How Anti-Muslim Bigots Are "Useful Idiots" for ISIS
If you want to defeat ISIS, listen to former ISIS hostage Nicolas Henin. The group is “heartened by every sign of overreaction, of division, of fear, of racism, of xenophobia … [and] drawn to any examples of ugliness on social media,” the French journalist wrote in November 2015 in the wake of the...
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'Stop Trump... Save the Planet': Thousands March Against US President in Brussels
"Stop Trump. Save the planet." That was a key message of the thousands, if not tens of thousands , who marched in the streets of Brussels on Wednesday as U.S. President Donald Trump arrived ahead of a NATO summit meeting. #TrumpinBrussels Tweets "This protest march is directed against Trump and his...
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Civilians Killed by US Largely Ignored as Endless Global War Continues
Contradicting a version of events presented by the U.S. military and reported widely by the corporate press, a human rights group and a journalist in Yemen are citing witnesses who said a raid by U.S. Navy SEALs on Monday night killed multiple innocent civilians and not just "Al Qaeda militants" as...
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Terror and Geopolitics: Manchester 2017 and 1996
Manchester, UK, was hit with the deadliest bomb attack on Monday since a June Saturday morning in 1996, when a massive 3000 lb. Provisional Irish Republican Army blast leveled the city center shopping district to rubble and left 200 wounded. The toll at the Ariana Grande concert so far this morning...
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They Say There's Never Been Anything Like It Ever Before: Dumpster Fire In Israel Promotes the Possibility of Lasting Peach
Protesting Trump in Israel. Photo by Oded Balilty/AP Oh, the ruinous phantasmagoria of our moron set loose in the world as a faux-statesman. In two short days, Drumpf careened from a cringeworthy, typo-filled White House statement setting out his goals in the Middle East - “ Promote the possibility...
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With Children Among Casualties, Death Toll Rises in Manchester
Updated: As details begin to emerge of the victims, many of whom are known to be children or young adults , the death toll after Monday night's bombing in Manchester has now risen to twenty-two, according to officials. Fifty-nine people were injured in the blast. Manchester Police have announced...
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With New Leadership on the Way, Public Health Experts Demand WHO Take on Factory Farms
As the World Health Organization (WHO) prepares to select its new director general, public health, food, and science experts are urging the new leader to take action on the issue of factory farms and global threats they pose. In an op-ed published Sunday at the New York Times , Scott Weathers,...
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The Internet Won’t Let Armenia Go Away
Here’s a different kind of story about media and politics. It demonstrates how the monstrosity of a crime a century old still divides and scorches the world. And it’s one more example of how digital technology is changing geopolitics at every level, from interfering with other nation’s elections to...
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KKK Is Okay By Us
All photos by Liz Gorman, courtesy of Bell Visuals New guerrilla art made a dazzling, albeit brief, appearance this weekend when artist and activist Robin Bell lit up the front of the Department of Justice and FBI buildings in D.C. with light projections calling out AG and good-ole-white-boy Jeff...
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20 Years of GM Soy in the Southern Cone of Latin America, 20 Reasons for a Definitive Ban
The International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) has just published its annual report , which confirms that the Southern Cone of Latin America is the region of the world producing the largest quantity of GMOs and having the largest land area under a single...
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