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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro (C) waves to supporters during the inauguration of a field hospital in Aguas Lindas, in the State of Goiais, Brazil, on June 5, 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic. News
Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro Tests Positive for Covid-19
The announcement comes three days after the right-wing leader was photographed without a mask with the U.S. Ambassador to Brazil.
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 The report warns that the coronavirus pandemic is set to make things worse for the poorest people in the world. News
'Dangerous Complacency': UN Expert Issues Scathing Report Denouncing Global Failures to Tackle Poverty Even Before Covid Pandemic
"Poverty is a political choice and it will be with us until its elimination is reconceived as a matter of social justice."
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Surface air temperature anomaly for June 2020 relative to the June average for the period 1981–2010. News
As Arctic Burns, New Data Shows June 2020 Capped Off Year Tied for Hottest on Record
"So I ask again: where are the breaking news?" tweeted teen climate activist Greta Thunberg. "Where are the front pages? Where are the emergency meetings? Where are the adults?"
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The Protests We Should Be Having to Make the Super-Rich Very Afraid
If we understand our history and consider strategies for the present that might combat greed in a practical way, perhaps we can anticipate what is possible if the super-rich refuse to step away from their yachts, bunkers, and lofty Wall Street pedestals.
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Flying foxes or fruit bats (Pteropus sp.) News
As Covid-19 Crisis Continues, UNEP and Global Partners Release 10-Point Plan to Prevent the Next Pandemic
"The science is clear that if we keep exploiting wildlife and destroying our ecosystems, then we can expect to see a steady stream of these diseases jumping from animals to humans in the years ahead."
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An Extinction Rebellion protester holds up a placard saying "Divest from climate change" on October 14, 2019 in London, England. (Photo: John Keeble/Getty Images) Views
To 'Build Back Better,' We Must Ditch Public Financing of Fossil Fuels
An open letter to Emmanuel Macron and Rémy Rioux on the existential dangers of continued funding of coal, oil, and gas.
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A demonstrator holds up a sign during an anti-annexation protest in Tel Aviv on June 6th, 2020 Views
As ‘Annexation’ Looms, Let’s Expand Our Compassion to Include Palestinians
Since we are able to accept the suffering of others when we dehumanize them, we must start with the simple recognition that Palestinians are fully human.
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New Florida Daily COVID-19 Infections to July 4, 2020 News
'Completely Out of Control': China Says 'US Epidemic' Threat to Rest of the World
' In the coming fall and winter, the US epidemic will likely run rampant, and more countries and regions will be forced to suffer because of the US.'
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Hitler saw The Passing of the Great Race as his Bible Views
Hitler’s Ideologues: The U.S. Racism that Bore Fruit in Mein Kampf
“If you are a blond, you belong to the best people in the world, but it’s all over with you! Your forebears committed the fatal mistake of intermingling with inferior brunettes, and as a result the great qualities of the blond race, which gave the world the highest type of culture, have been sadly...
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There is no alternative. To rebuild the global economy, to prepare for the next pandemic, to confront the climate crisis, we have no choice: we need a Global Green New Deal. (Photo: Peg Hunter/flickr/cc) Views
Why We Need a Global Green New Deal Right Now
The rules of the global economy got us into this mess. But rules can change.
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