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Denouncing Serra Canonization, Mother and Son 'Walk for the Ancestors'
650-mile journey of remembrance will stop at each of California's 21 missions
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Pope Blasts 'Unbridled Capitalism'; Begs Forgiveness from Native Americans
'There was sin,' admits the head of the Catholic Church, 'and an abundant amount of it.'
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Amid TPP Fight, El Salvador Mining Case Shows Danger of Corporate Tribunals
A Salvadoran delegation is in Canada this week to warn of how investor provisions threaten democracy, public health, and environment
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Campaign Against Glyphosate Steps Up in Latin America
After the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared glyphosate a probable carcinogen, the campaign has intensified in Latin America to ban the herbicide, which is employed on a massive scale on transgenic crops. In a Mar. 20 publication, the WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)...
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Tens of Thousands Flood Dublin Demanding Abolition of Austerity Tax On Water
'We refuse to be bullied and intimidated into acquiescence'
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Looking for Leaders on Climate? Follow the Women Farmers
Across the globe, countless women are standing up to the ravages of climate change – and to the governments and big businesses who are allowing it to destroy the world
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Despite Box Office Patriotism, Experts Question North Korea Hacker Claims
"In the post-Watergate/post-Snowden world the U.S. government can no longer simply say 'trust us.'"
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Marching in Defense of Mother Earth, Thousands in Lima Demand Climate Justice Now!
'If there is no justice, there is no deal'
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UN States to US: End Cuba Embargo
For 23rd consecutive year, General Assembly condemns U.S. trade prohibition on Cuba
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In 'Victory for Anti-Imperialists,' Evo Morales Wins Third Term
'Nationalization won with more than 60 percent,' the Socialist leader told the thousands who gathered outside the presidential palace
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