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Prepare the Child For the Path: Banning Charlotte's Web and Native Son
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Obama Bombs Syria and Threatens Wider War in Violation of the UN Charter
After the U.S. bombing of Syria on Tuesday , Obama administration officials issued a number of self-serving and misleading statements seeking to justify its actions as complying with international law. Yesterday the New York Times reported that “senior Obama administration officials said on Tuesday...
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'Another Scotland is Possible!' Activists Shut Down Factory Behind Israeli Drones
After halting the work day of weapons manufacturer Thales UK, ten activists arrested
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Fifty Activists and a Polar Bear Halt UK Coal Train
Greenpeace climate campaigner: 'We're doing exactly what leaders in New York and here in the UK should be doing.'
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Arresting the Polar Bear
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CDC: Ebola Cases Could Reach 1.4 Million by January
New estimates reveal how continued lack of needed global response could lead to explosion in number of cases in Sierra Leone, Liberia
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Bill O'Reilly Will Save Us From ISIS
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'Remember Fukushima': Thousands Rally Against Nuclear Restart in Japan
Nobel laureate Kenzaburo Oe: "Three and a half years have passed since the nuclear accident, but self-examination has yet to be made."
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Front-Lines Communities Rising Up: Dispatches from People's Climate
Common Dreams staff collected voices and photos from the historic People's Climate March and Flood Wall Street direct action
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The Fight to Keep Toxic Mining—and the World Bank—Out of El Salvador
Hundreds of protesters recently gathered at the World Bank to shame a gold mining firm’s shakedown of one of Central America’s poorest countries.
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