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Austerity Outrage Fuels Push for Greek General Strike
Journalists halt work ahead of planned nation-wide strike against austerity
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Snowden to EU: NSA is Spying on Human Rights Organizations
In video testimony to Council of Europe, Snowden reveals NSA spying on 'trillions' of private communications and violating EU privacy laws
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The controversial map developed by Human Rights Watch and embraced by the New York Times, supposedly showing the flight paths of two missiles from the Aug. 21 Sarin attack intersecting at a Syrian military base. Views
The Collapsing Syria-Sarin Case
One shouldn’t be surprised, I guess, that some wannabe-journalist bloggers are auditioning before possible mainstream employers by attacking investigative journalist Seymour M. Hersh for writing a groundbreaking article implicating Syrian jihadist rebels and Turkish intelligence in the lethal use...
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Criminal Court a US/Israeli “Red Line” for Palestinians
UNITED NATIONS- When Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas decided to defy the United States and Israel over stalled peace negotiations, he formally indicated to the United Nations last week that Palestine will join 15 international conventions relating mostly to the protection of human rights and...
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Ukraine Parliament Members Brawl as 'Civil War' Threatens
A brawl breaks out between left and right in parliament as Ukraine warnings go out over possible "civil war"
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Sergei Lavrov: 'It Is Not Russia Destabilizing Ukraine'
Sergei Lavrov says accusations by Kiev government and western nation betray facts on the ground in Ukraine
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(Photos courtesy of National Workers Alliance, Matthew Black, and Minnesota AFL-CIO.) Views
Get Intersectional! (Or, Why Your Movement Can't Go It Alone)
"Intersectionality" has evolved from a theory of how oppression works to a notion of how people can fight it.
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#FreeAJStaff: 'Global Day of Action' Held for Jailed Journalists
Al Jazeera staff behind bars for over 100 days in Egypt in what many are calling 'trial of journalism itself'
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Ukraine PM Arseny Yatseniuk speaks with Central Bank Governor Stepan Kubiv in Kiev February 28, 2014. (Reuters/Konstantin Chernichkin) Views
Will the IMF Bailout Turn Ukraine Into Another Greece?
Ordinary people will be the undisputed losers in the International Monetary Fund’s loan deal with Ukraine.
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President Barack Obama speaking to the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 24, 2013. (UN photo) Views
Was Turkey Behind Syrian Sarin Attack?
Journalist Seymour Hersh has unearthed information implicating Turkish intelligence in last summer’s Sarin attack near Damascus that almost pushed President Obama into a war to topple Syria’s government and open a path for an al-Qaeda victory
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