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The Intelligence Lies Just Keep Coming...
It's not just Director of National Intelligence James Clapper lying about spying programs
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'Kidnapped by Imperialism': Bolivia Blasts US for Forced Landing
Questions remain over plane being searched following Snowden suspicions, US pressure on other countries
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Fury After Bolivian President's Plane Forced to Land over Snowden Suspicions
Wikileaks: 'The reported actions of France, Portugal and Spain this night will live in infamy'
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A Scorecard for Human Rights: Who Will Stand for Snowden?
As nations duck chance to stand up for whistleblower, critics wonder who will challenge US
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Snowden's Purgatory: Whistleblower Speaks Out as Saga over Asylum Continues
In addition to a pair of personal statements from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden that have surfaced in the last twenty-four hours, Snowden's attempt to gain safe passage to a destination country willing to offer him political asylum has become increasingly complex. The first statement from...
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Bolivia's Booting of USAID 'No Surprise'
President Evo Morales expels USAID from country following years of fomenting opposition
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Venezuelans Head to Polls to Choose Chavez Successor
Venezuelans headed to the polls on Sunday morning to decide, once and for all, who will be the official successor of the widely beloved, and now deceased, Hugo Chavez. The Center for Economic and Policy Research is live blogging the day from Venezuela here . "From the country's Caribbean coastline...
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'More Alive Than Ever': World Reacts to Loss of Venezuela's Hugo Chávez
Following the death of Hugo Chávez Frías on Tuesday, world leaders and supporters of the Venezuelan leftist leader were sharing their condolences and commenting on the legacy left on his country, Latin America, and the world. The following is just a sample of some of those reactions. Bolivian...
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Bolivia Nationalizes Its Three Main Airports
Bolivia's President Evo Morales announced the nationalization of the country's three main airports on Monday, saying the Spanish company that operated them had sought to "maximize profits" at Bolivia's expense and had failed to make necessary investments. The airports, in La Paz, Cochabamba and...
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UN’s Water Agenda at Risk of Being Hijacked by Big Business
UNITED NATIONS - Amidst growing new threats of potential conflicts over fast-dwindling water resources in the world’s arid regions, the United Nations will commemorate 2013 as the International Year of Water Cooperation (IYWC. But Maude Barlow, chairperson, Council of Canadians and a former senior...
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