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A group of Palestinians gathers in front of the UAE's Embassy in Berlin to protest against the UAE-Israel normalization deal, on August 17, 2020, in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Abdulhamid Hosbas/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) Views
For Israel and the UAE, Peace for Profit Comes with Authoritarian Maneuvering and State-Surveillance
They are officially leaving the Palestinians at the station.
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Watchdog Calls on Authorities to Drop 'Absurd' Charges Against Journalists Covering Black Lives Matter Protests
More than 600 attacks against members of the press covering the ongoing protests have been reported to the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker.
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A smartphone being operated in front of Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon logos as background in Hédé-Bazouges, western France, on Septemeber 28, 2017. (Photo: Damien Meyer/AFP via Getty Images) Views
How to Fund the Salvation of Humanity
In our greatest moment of crisis, some of the most imaginative minds on the planet could become our heroes.
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'Go Away! Go Away!' Factory Workers Heckle Belarusian Strongman as Nationwide General Strike Kicks Off
"Lukashenko is a former president," said one strike leader. "He needs to go."
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Trump Administration Denounced for 'Foolish and Deeply Damaging' Plan to Drill in Arctic Wildlife Refuge
Local residents, who rely on caribou native to the refuge for sustenance, have called the area 'the heart and soul of mother earth.'
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Neither Snow Nor Rain Nor Heat Nor Fascists
From Twitter Newly added to the list of things we never thought we'd be doing in this unbrave new world - explaining Nazis are bad, arguing against drinking bleach, washing our hands 764 times a day, trying to remember the meaning of the terms "human decency," "social contract," "full sentence,"...
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People take part in a protest against the 2020 Belarusian presidential election results by the Minsk Hero City Obelisk. News
'Stop Lukashenko': Hundreds of Thousands Protest Against Belarusian Leader for Eighth Straight Day
Demonstrators are demanding new elections amid outcry over authorities' violent crackdown on dissent.
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A demonstrator holds a sign during a Detroit water shutoffs rally in 2014. Views
Our Race Against the Clock to Affirm Water as a Human Right
On the ten year anniversary of the United Nations historic vote to recognize water as a basic human right, Barlow reflects on where we go from here.
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Small Mercies: The People Have the Right To Visit Their Sea
Oren Ziv/Activestills photos In an unexpected gift, thousands of West Bank Palestinians have been streaming onto Israeli beaches through ragged holes in the so-called security fence, while IDF soldiers blithely look on - and sometimes help by turning on jeep headlights near dark to guide them back...
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In the Pozo Aguarico region of Ecuador, lawyer Maria Cecilia Herrera shows the oil pollution that remains in the ground 30 years after oil production ceased. Photograph by Enrico Aviles, 2020. Views
Don’t Let Big Oil Open a New Front in Its War on Environmental Defenders
Chevron clearly wants me confined so I can no longer work on the case or speak publicly about the company’s gross wrongdoing.
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