All News Articles for 2014-12-03

Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Gorbachev: US 'Triumphalism' Fueling New Cold War
Former Soviet leader: 'We need to return to the starting line when we began building a new world'
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Protecting Indigenous Rights in Amazon 'Critical' in Climate Change Fight: Study
'International recognition and investment in indigenous and protected areas are essential to ensuring their continued contribution to global climate stability.'
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81-Year-Old Completes 400-Mile Trek for Campaign Finance Reform
Rhanna Bazzini's march to Florida Capitol honors legacy of activist Granny D
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To Avert Climate Chaos, Meat Consumption Must Drop: Study
Despite need to lower meat, dairy consumption, public awareness of livestock production's contribution to climate change low
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In West Antarctica, Melting Ice Rates Have Tripled in Last Decade
Region loses Mount Everest-sized ice sheets every two years, researchers say
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Amid Uproar over Violence in Mexico, US Solidarity Protests Call for End to 'War on Drugs'
Demonstrations planned in close to 50 cities to highlight U.S. complicity in Mexican human rights abuses
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NYPD Officer NOT Indicted for Chokehold Death of Eric Garner
'First Ferguson, now Staten Island. The Grand Jury’s failure to indict sends the clear message that Black lives don’t matter. But they do.'
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In Wake of Mubarak's Acquittal, Egyptian Court Issues Mass Death Sentence
Third mass death sentence in less than a year comes amid mounting concerns about state brutality under the U.S.-backed regime of Abdel Fattah Al Sisi
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Federal Court Orders Texas to Hold Off Execution of Mentally Ill Man
Order comes just hours before scheduled lethal injection
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UN Calls for Israel to 'Renounce Nuclear Weapons'
Resolution urging Israel to sign onto the nuclear non-proliferation treaty passes General Assembly in landslide vote
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After Three Decades, Quest for Justice Remains Elusive in Bhopal
'My community is yet to be compensated for what it has suffered,' says one survivor of the deadly gas leak
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UN Climate Chief: Investment in Fossil Fuels Becoming 'More and More Risky'
Increasingly diverse chorus of individuals and institutions are publicly stating what world's fossil fuel companies simply do not want to hear
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Rejecting Pentagon Claims, Iran Denies Conducting Airstrikes Inside Iraq
Following news reports and statements from the Pentagon, Iranian officials on Wednesday denied accusations that its military has been involved in airstrikes against Islamic State targets inside Iraq. "Iran has never been involved in any air strikes against the Daesh (Islamic State) targets in Iraq...
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