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Whaling: Campaigners Use Drones in the Fight Against Japanese Whalers
US military technology adapted as 'eye in the sky' by eco-activists in the Antarctic seas
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Former cricket star-turned politician Imran Khan has brought out crowds in unprecedented numbers. [EPA] News
Imran Khan: Pakistan's Savior?
Famous cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan has galvanized the political scene in Pakistan, but is it enough?
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Cuba to Pardon Nearly 3,000 Prisoners
Cuban President Raul Castro has unveiled plans to pardon some 3,000 prisoners for "humanitarian reasons," a group amnesty of unprecedented size, and "gradually" reform onerous laws restricting foreign travel. The pardons include 86 foreign nationals from 25 countries, and will take place "in the...
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Exclusive: Pakistan Army Wants Zardari Out But Not a Coup
Pakistan's powerful army is fed up with unpopular President Asif Ali Zardari and wants him out of office, but through legal means and without a repeat of the coups that are a hallmark of the country's 64 years of independence, military sources said. Tensions are rising between Pakistan's civilian...
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Bhopal Survivors Protest Dow Chemical's Olympics Sponsorship
BHOPAL, INDIA—Hundreds of survivors of the world's worst industrial disaster burned effigies of two Olympics officials Friday to protest Dow Chemicals' sponsorship of the London Games. The protests were on the eve of the 27th anniversary of the disaster in Bhopal, India, where a Union Carbide...
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#NotABugSplat: Artists humanize victims of the controversial U.S. drone program in Pakistan Views
'Bugsplat': The Ugly US Drone War in Pakistan
It's time for the US to re-examine the consequences of its dehumanizing, deadly attacks in Pakistan.
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Violence on Tahrir Square
Thousands of Egyptians perform Friday prayers during a rally in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 25, 2011. Tens of thousands of protesters chanting, "Leave, leave!" are rapidly filling up Cairo's Tahrir Square in what promises to be a massive demonstration to force Egypt's ruling...
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The Spanish Election is a Mandate for the Indignados
For Spain's indignados, last Sunday's election delivered a mandate for struggle and resistance
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Mayor Michael Bloomberg: 'Occupy Wall Street' Protests Trying To 'Get Rid' Of Jobs, Hurting Tourism Views
Odd as It May Seem, 2011 is Proving to be a Year of Rebirth
When New York's mayor, Michael Bloomberg, sent stormtrooper cops – equipped with batons, pepper spray and ear-splitting pain compliance devices – to sweep the Occupy protesters from Wall Street, he was attacked by the American TV commentator Keith Olbermann as "a smaller, more embarrassing version...
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Is Israel Preparing an Assault Against Iran?
The IAEA report on Iran's alleged nuclear program was surrounded by a media frenzy in Israel supporting an attack.
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