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Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) News
Ilhan Omar Joins Global Call for Debt Relief as Coronavirus Threatens to Push Developing Nations 'Over the Edge'
"We need to cancel all debt developing countries owe the World Bank and IMF," said the Minnesota Democrat.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) News
In Response to Oxfam Inequality Report, Sanders Calls for Global Movement to Counter 'Greed of Billionaire Class'
The White House hopeful emphasized the need to bring people across the globe together to work for "a world of economic, social, political and environmental justice."
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Clarice Akinyi washes clothes in Mashimoni village, Nairobi, Kenya News
Blaming 'Flawed and Sexist' Capitalist System, Oxfam Report Finds 2,153 Billionaires Wealthier Than 4.6 Billion of World's Poorest
"Our broken economies are lining the pockets of billionaires and big business at the expense of ordinary men and women. No wonder people are starting to question whether billionaires should even exist."
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'Billionaire Boom': While World's Richest 1% Took 82% of All New Wealth in 2017, Bottom Half Got Zero, Zilch, Nada
A new billionaire was created every two days last year and now, according to Oxfam, just 42 individuals own as much wealth as the world's poorest 3.7 billion people
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Oxfam Has Made Refugees Welcome... at Trump's Childhood Home
"I direct a message to the leaders of the world," says Syrian refugee Ghassan. "Help all the countries facing conflict. Help them establish stability."
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In a "World of Plenty," G7 Must Fight Famine
'Political failure has led to these crises—political leadership is needed to resolve them'
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Oxfam Names World's Worst Tax Havens Fueling 'Global Race to Bottom'
Corporate tax dodging is 'propping up a dangerously unequal economic system that is leaving millions of people with few opportunities for a better life'
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Human Rights Defenders Face 'Unthinkable Spiral of Violence' in Latin America
2015 marked the deadliest year for activists, particularly women and environmentalists fighting extractive industries
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Gazans on Brink of Further Humanitarian Disaster as Blockade's Battering Goes On
'The blockade is making a dire situation worse'
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New Extreme in Inequality Crisis as 62 People Own as Much as Poorest Half
Oxfam report finds that global one percent of wealth holders now own more than the rest of the world combined
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