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A Hard Man to Find: Waters Looking for Israeli de Klerk
Rock icon and BDS activist Roger Waters says a leading Israeli newspaper tried to undercut his opposition to - and de-legitimize the very concept of - Israeli apartheid by removing a key quote in which Waters advised Benjamin Netanyahu to "find the Israeli de Klerk," the South African president who...
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Radiation Levels in Seawater Near Fukushima Spike to Two-Year High
TEPCO admits cesium levels measured Wednesday were 13 times higher than day before
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In 'Critical Step Towards Justice' Cholera Victims Sue UN
The UN "violated its legal obligations through reckless actions that brought cholera to Haiti,” says human rights group
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Through Fukushima Lense, a Look at Looming US Nuclear Crisis
It started this June in California. Speaking about the problems at the troubled San Onofre nuclear power plants through the perspective of the Fukushima nuclear complex catastrophe was a panel of Naoto Kan, prime minister of Japan when the disaster began; Gregory Jaczko, chairman of the U.S...
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Fukushima Workers Doused With Radioactive Water
Second mishap in a week marks ongoing nuclear disaster
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Is Japan’s Abe Honest About Global Help for Fukushima?
Japan’s pro-nuclear prime minister has finally asked for global help at Fukushima. “Our country needs your knowledge and expertise,” Shinzo Abe recently told the world community. “We are wide open to receive the most advanced knowledge from overseas to contain the problem.” It probably hasn’t hurt...
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Hope of Healing for Sundus Shaker Saleh, an Iraqi Mother
A message from CODEPINK: When the US invaded Iraq in 2003 Sundus Shaker Saleh, an Iraqi single mother of five, lost her home and her property, and was forced to flee to Jordan. A decade later, Saleh is the lead plaintiff in a class action lawsuit against six key members of the Bush administration...
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Radiation Soars 6,700 Times Legal Limit as Fukushima Disasters Continue Unabated
'Clean-up' a litany of failures: near daily leaks, escalating danger, TEPCO and government cover-ups
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Gap, Old Navy, and the Living Hell of a Bangladeshi Sweatshop
Report exposes firing and overwork of pregnant workers, routine beatings and deep poverty wages in sweatshop backed by US mega-retailers
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Fukushima Failure: Radioactive Water Bursts from Tank
Heavy rains further strain efforts to contain toxic water; no strategy to safely store or dispose of ever-increasing quantities
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