All News Articles for 2014-09-03

Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Despite Ban, Japan Aims to Resume Whale Slaughter
New policy will help fisheries skirt International Court of Justice ruling
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Mining Industry Sets Sights on Northern Europe's Fragile Wilderness
Mining boom hitting a "point of no return," Finnish government official says
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No Daylight for US Govt Photos, Video That May Show Gitmo Torture
Court says CIA and other agencies can keep footage secret for 'national security' reasons
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Halliburton Gulf Oil Spill Settlement Will Shield Company from Billions in Liability
Legal victory behind it, Halliburton expected to pursue new oil profits
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Climate Activists Stage Resistance at Rail Yard to Protest 'Fossil Fuel Takeover'
“People in the Northwest are not going to allow this region to become a fossil fuel superhighway”
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As Ebola Outbreak Surges, Health Officials Slam International 'Coalition of Inaction'
"We cannot cut off the affected countries and hope this epidemic will simply burn out. To put out this fire, we must run into the burning building."
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Naomi Klein to Degrowth Conference: Climate Change Can Deliver 'People's Shock'
Status quo is not an option if we are to rein in runaway emissions, This Changes Everything author says in address to conference
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Will NATO Saber Rattling Derail Hopes for Ukraine-Russia Détente?
On the eve of NATO summit, Obama calls for a united front against Russian "aggression" while Putin and Poroshenko negotiate ceasefire
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Nation's Poor Remain Hungry as Wall Street Feasts
Persistent rates of food insecurity reveal vast inequities of so-called "economic recovery" in US, say anti-poverty advocates
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Proving Failure of Justice, Brothers Exonerated After 30 Years Behind Bars
Attorneys say North Carolina police department in 1983 coerced the intellectually-disabled, African-American teens into confessing to rape and murder of 11-year-old girl
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As Senate Dem Pushes Air Strikes on Syria, Experts Say 'No Military Solution'
"You can't bomb extremism out of existence," says Middle East expert.
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'Worse Than Anything Seen in 2,000 Years' as Megadrought Threatens Western States
New study indicates chances are increasingly high that California and other states could be facing a water crisis without compare
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Pivoting on ISIS Brutality, Obama Orders 350 More Troops to Iraq
More than 1,000 U.S. soldiers will now be in Iraq after order for additional forces comes in immediate wake of released video from ISIS that showed beheading of second American journalist
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