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Thousands Sign Petition to #BanBannon from UK Amid Former Trump Aide's Push to Spread Far-Right Extremism in Europe
"This guy is a fascist menace actively trying to subvert our democracy."
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'Unprecedented' Heat Wave Fueling Arctic Fires Made More Than Twice as Likely by Climate Change: Analysis
"The logic that climate change will do this is inescapable—the world is becoming warmer, and so heat waves like this are becoming more common."
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Strikers protest on July 16 at one of the warehouse truck entrances during the Amazon strike. (Photo: Lito Lizana/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)   Views
How European Workers Coordinated This Month's Massive Amazon Strike—And What Comes Next
“We Are Humans, Not Robots.”
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Anti-Trump protesters float a giant “baby Trump” in London. (Shutterstock) Views
What’s Behind Trump’s Assault on Europe
Trump is attacking Europe and siding with Russia for political — and not just personal — reasons
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With Lurking Demand Google Be Broken Up, EU Hits Tech Giant With Record $5 Billion Antitrust Fine
The company has "denied rivals the chance to innovate and compete on the merits," and "denied European consumers the benefits of effective competition in the important mobile sphere," says EU competition chief
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A sign at a demonstration against the decision of Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini to close the Italian ports to the NGO ship with 629 migrants on board on June 11, 2018 in Rome, Italy. News
'New Walled Order' for Migrants Worldwide as Governments Criminalize Compassion and Erect Barriers to Basic Services
"Every human being, especially people fleeing conflict and insecurity, should have unhindered access to basic human rights, in particular the right to protection, health care, education, and social services, at any phase of their journey."
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'Make Peace Great Again': Ahead of NATO Summit, Anti-Trump Protest Draws Thousands in Brussels
"We are against this logic where militarization takes preference against the struggle against poverty, climate protection, migrant reception."
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EU Votes Down 'Disastrous' Copyright Proposal Aimed at Transforming Internet Into Virtual 'Censorship Machine'
"The European Parliament has sent the copyright law back to the drawing board...Now let's keep up the pressure to make sure we Save Your Internet!"
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In Poignant Homage to Lives Lost, Guardian Prints Names of All 34,361 Refugees Known to Have Died Fleeing War and Persecution Since 1990s
"We are not just a number. Every migrant and refugee has a name and a story."
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Internet Pioneers Warn New EU Rules Would Turn Web Into "Tool for Automated Surveillance and Control"
As key legislative panel approves measure, experts say copyright directive poses an "imminent threat" to online users and the network itself
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