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Left-Right White Solidarity?
A comment on the new face of 21st century neo-fascism – part one
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Americans Have Stopped Looking for Another Hitler
U.S. foreign policy hawks once had an unbeatable trump card: the Hitler analogy. Just convince most Americans to see the leader of any nation as another Hitler, and it was easy to get public support to "get tough," show "will and resolve," and even go to war. Serbia's Milosevich, Iraq's Saddam...
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Massive 8.2-Magnitude Quake Triggers Tsunami Off Chile
Warnings, including evacuation orders, issued for those living along entire Latin American Pacific coast after earthquake beneath ocean's surface
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Breathless in North Korea
For 60 years, Koreans on both sides of the DMZ have awaited a peace treaty. Instead they've gotten an arms race and political repression.
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Resistance From Loss: Bereaved Yemenis Form Union Against Drones
As covert drone war shifts to Yemen, bereaved survivors of US strikes form organization to death and trauma
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'Unprecedented' Ocean Temperatures on Track to Bring Death to Coral Ecosystems
'It’s not that change is going to come, it’s that change is already happening'
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Win for Whales: UN Court Blasts Japan's 'Scientific' Whaling Claims
Japan must halt whale killing program in Antarctic, says International Court of Justice
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So Japan Can't Hunt Whales Anymore? That Doesn't Mean They're Safe
What will the court ban mean for whales in European or US waters? And for those killed by pollution, bycatch or ship-strike?
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Canada's Harper Seizes Crimean Crisis to Sell Tar Sands and Fracked Gas to Europe
Western leaders meeting in The Hague this week for a nuclear summit considered new measures, including new sanctions, against Russia in response to Putin’s annexation of the Crimean region of Ukraine. According to the Globe and Mail , Prime Minister Harper “has singled out the prospect of sanctions...
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Radioactive Water Buildup Grows as 'Decontamination' System at Fukushima Fails Again
Riddled with problems since the beginning, TEPCO has called this system "key" to its clean-up strategy
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