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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a briefing on November 10, 2020 at the State Department in Washington, D.C. News
'Unhinged, Lame-Duck President Wants to Start a War': Warnings as Trump Blames Iran for Rocket Attack
A spokesperson for Iran's Foreign Ministry called the U.S. president's accusation "baseless" and "fabricated."
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Shot In the Head: What Kind of Boundless Evil Is This, America?
Murderous goons. Getty Image In "a tragic day all over again," our mass murdering Sociopath-In-Chief with a deep affinity for other mass murdering sociopaths just condoned "Iraq's My Lai massacre" when he pardoned the four Blackwater thugs who in a pointless rampage in 2007 slaughtered 17 innocent...
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A Houthi rebel looks out at damage caused by a Saudi-led airstrike in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on July 3, 2015. (Photo: Mohammed Huwais/AFP/Getty Images) News
Experts on Military-Industrial Complex Blast Trump Plan to Sell Nearly $500 Million in Bombs to Criminal Saudi Regime
"The United States simply should not be selling weapons to Saudi Arabia, especially given their role in exacerbating the suffering in Yemen."
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Survivors of the 2007 Nisour Square massacre survey its aftermath on September 16, 2007. (Photo: Ali Yussef/AFP/Getty Images) News
Senior UN Human Rights Official 'Deeply Concerned' by Trump's Pardons for Mercenaries Who Massacred 17 Iraqi Civilians
"Pardoning them contributes to impunity and has the effect of emboldening others to commit such crimes in the future."
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A volunteer removes plastic bottles and other trash polluting Ruaka River in Nairobi, Kenya. An increasing production of single-use plastics for beverage and other uses has become a nightmare in solid waste management in the country. (Photo: James Wakibia/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) News
EU Ramps Up Fight Against Pollution With Ban on Plastic Waste Exports to Poorer Countries
"This is an important milestone in fighting plastic pollution, transitioning shifting to a circular economy, and achieving the aims of the European Green Deal."
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The climate cost of organic meat production is as dear as that of conventionally produced animal products, a study published in December 2020 revealed. (Photo: Farm Sanctuary/Flickr/cc) News
Climate Cost of Organic Meat Is Just as High as That of Conventionally Grown Animals: Study
"The prices are lying," said one of the study's researchers. "Climate costs are rising and we are all paying these costs."
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Former Finance Minister of Greece, Professor Yanis Varoufakis. (Photo: ARIS MESSINIS/AFP via Getty Images) Views
What New Institutions Do We Need for an International Green New Deal To Be Feasible
According to Varoufakis, global stability is undermined by capitalism's innate tendency to create a wedge between surplus and deficit economies.
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A boy kicks a ball in a camp for asylum-seekers along the U.S. border at Matamoros, Mexico. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images) News
ACLU Reminds Biden of 'Moral and Legal Imperative' to Reverse Trump's Unlawful Asylum Policy
The civil liberties group stressed the new administration must "restore the right to asylum and end the government's ongoing violations of law."
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Nils Melzer, the top United Nations anti-torture official, is urging President Donald Trump to pardon Julian Assange. (Photo: Prachatai/Flickr Creative Commons) News
Top UN Anti-Torture Official Urges Trump to Send Message of 'Justice, Truth, and Humanity' by Pardoning Julian Assange
"WikiLeaks fights secrecy and corruption throughout the world and, therefore, acts in the public interest both of the American people and of humanity as a whole."
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Afghan journalist Rahmatullah Nekzad was shot dead while on his way to mosque in Ghazni, Afghanistan on December 21, 2020. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images) News
Number of Journalists Murdered in Retaliation for Their Work More Than Doubled in 2020: Report
"The fact that murder is on the rise and the number of journalists imprisoned around the world hit a record is a clear demonstration that press freedom is under unprecedented assault."
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