All News Articles for 2015-06-22

Monday, June 22, 2015
South Carolina Governor Calls for Confederate Flag to be Removed from State House
Confederate flag 'does not represent the future of our great state,' Nikki Haley says
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Citing Human Health Risks, Report Calls for EU Moratorium on Fracking
'We know from experience in the USA that fracking wells can leak and accidents can happen.'
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'Not Here, Not Now, Not Ever': Reef Defenders Rise Up in Australia
Direct action organizers say protest 'foreshadows a sustained campaign of civil disobedience' against Abbot Point coal project
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On Brink of 'Sixth Great Extinction,' Humanity Must Conserve or Die
'We are sawing off the limb we are sitting on.'
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As Pressure Mounts, Europeans Rally in Streets for Greek Dignity
'Europe must belong to everyone, not just to the Germans and the banks,' said a demonstrator in Rome
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Constituents to Senators: Reject Fast Track, or Don't Come Home
Senate expected to take up trade legislation on Tuesday, but labor federation warns: 'Fast Track has gotten even worse since the House got its hands on it.'
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Homes, Markets, Mosques, Schools: Civilian Deaths by Explosive Weapons Soar
Civilians made up nearly 80 percent of more than 41,000 reported deaths last year, caused by bombs, missiles, shelling, and other explosive violence
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UN Suggests Top Officials Sanctioned Israel's War Crimes Against Gaza
Independent commission cites evidence of attacks deliberately targeting civilians during 2014 assault
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Spy Agency's Secret Plans to Foster Online "Conformity" and "Obedience" Exposed
Internal memo from secretive British spy unit exposes how GCHQ and NSA used human psychological research to create sophisticated online propaganda tools
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Afghan Army Repels Taliban Assault on Parliament in Kabul
Civil war rages on in Afghanistan nearly fourteen years after US invasion
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In Charleston, Hands Held Together by Love Span Bridge to Combat Hate
Tens of thousands turn out for Sunday evening march to issue message of love in wake of racist murder of nine people last week in South Carolina
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