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US Drone Obliterates Civilians in Yemen
At least fifteen people are killed or wounded in bombing
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58 Killed, More Than 100 Injured After UN Base Attacked in South Sudan
Internally displaced targeted in assault on peacekeeper encampment
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The latest IPCC report on climate change mitigation offers a compromised and politically biased map of the potential solutions to climate change. But it’s clear on one thing: survival requires a rapid decarbonization of energy and a massive rollback in fossil fuels. (Photo: Samira / Flickr) Views
A Roadmap for Survival
The latest UN report on addressing climate change reflects a strong Western bias, but it's the most comprehensive tool we've got.
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Geneva Agreement over Eastern Ukraine May Have Overlooked One Thing: Eastern Ukrainians
Separatists, who say the Kiev government is illegimitate, say they are not obligated by deal made without their input or consent
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A man shouts slogans as he takes part in a demonstration to mark Prisoners' Day in Gaza City on April 17, 2014. (AFP Mohammed Abed) Views
Thousands of Palestinians Rally for Release of 5,000 in Israeli Jails, Including 200 Children
As talks between Israel and Palestine falter, thousands of Palestinians demonstrated Thursday on behalf of nearly 5,000 Palestinians imprisoned by Israeli Occupation authorities in 22 Israeli jails, many of them arbitrarily. They include 184 minors and 175 persons being held without any due process...
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NYT Slammed for Honoring Israeli Govt Gag Orders
Times Jerusalem bureau admits compliance with Israel-ordered media blackouts
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7.5 Earthquake Strikes Southern Mexico
'One of the biggest to hit Mexico in several years'
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US drones or jets have killed an Australian and a dual national Australia-New Zealand citizens (Photo: US Air Force photo/Tech Sgt Efren Lopez) News
US Strike Killed Australian and New Zealander in Yemen
The governments of Australia and New Zealand have confirmed the deaths of two men in a US strike in Yemen, which took place last November. The two men, one Australian and one dual Australian-New Zealand citizen, were reportedly junior members of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and were...
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Vladimir Putin during the nationwide phone-in in Moscow. (Photograph: RIA Novosti/Reuters) Views
Vladimir Putin Must Be Called to Account on Surveillance Just Like Obama
I questioned the Russian president live on TV to get his answer on the record, not to whitewash him
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The U.S. bombing of Baghdad in 2003. (File) Views
Boston and Baghdad
Greater Boston and its citizens are the focus of media attention in recognition of the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings that took three innocent lives and injured over 264 people, some of them severely. City leaders praised the heroism of the first responders and the deepened...
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