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Judge Releases German Rescue Ship Captain, Saying Carola Rackete Was Fulfilling 'Her Duty to Protect Life'
"A big win for solidarity with all people on the move...and against the criminalization of helpers."
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'Good News': Austria Poised to Become First EU Nation to Fully Ban Cancer-Linked Weed Killer Glyphosate
"It is our responsibility to ban this poison from our environment."
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Libya News
'This Attack Clearly Could Constitute a War Crime,' Says UN Envoy After at Least 44 Killed in Bombing of Libyan Migrant Detention Center
The air raid comes as refugees report being held in facilities with "raw sewage, piles of garbage, disease, maggots, and barely enough food to survive."
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With 2019 Predicted to Be Among Planet's Hottest Years, France's 114º Heat Is 'Absolutely Consistent' With Warnings of Climate Crisis
"Heatwaves will become more intense, they will become more drawn out, they will become more extreme, they will start earlier, and they will finish later."
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'A Green Wave Has Swept the European Parliament': In Show of Demand for Climate Action, Green Parties Surge in EU Elections
"A substantial share of the world has finally decided climate action is necessary now."
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200+ Groups Demand Senate Kill Bill That Would Pour 'Fuel on Fire of Climate Crisis'
"At a time when we should be leading the global mission to rapidly quit fossil fuels, the notion of seeking new and deeper fossil fuel codependence between America and Europe is patently absurd."
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Workers Around World Mark May Day With Marches and Rallies Demanding Fair Wages and Workplace Justice
"Our rights weren't gifted. They were won by workers who refused to accept second best."
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'Huge Victory': French Court Finds Monsanto Guilty of Poisoning Farmer
"Monsanto needs to realize that we are not going to be silent anymore. We are not going to roll over and play dead."
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Xenophobic Far-Right Parties Form Alliance Aiming to 'Win and Change Europe'
The far-right's alliance comes as progressives are organizing ahead of May's elections in an effort to stem the "rise of misanthropy, xenophobia, and toxic nationalism."
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butterfly News
As Industrial Farming Exploded Over the Past Century, the Netherlands' Butterfly Population Plummeted 84%
"These are butterflies, which are easy to see, but this will also be happening to all kinds of other insects and animal life."
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