All News Articles for 2015-06-29

Monday, June 29, 2015
'No to Austerity': Tens of Thousands Back Syriza at Rally in Athens
'We believe that this ultimatum to the Greek people and democracy should be rejected,' write international academics
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Defense Attorneys Demand Release of Thousands of CIA Black Site Photos
"Who knows what is still out there?" defense attorneys ask. "What else is there? That’s what is appalling."
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Today, Frack Free Lancashire... Tomorrow, Frack Free World?
County council rejects drilling application, proving 'in spite of all the government's efforts, local communities can prevent it from going ahead.'
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US Supreme Court Backs Coal Profits Over Public Health
Campaigners warn that power plant ruling threatens to delay critical safeguards, fails to account for savings to human health and environment
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Victory for Democracy as Court Sides with Voters over 'Self-Dealing Legislators'
SCOTUS upholds 'the right of We the People to take redistricting out of secret backrooms run by politicians and into the public light of citizen-driven commissions.'
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High Court's Ruling, Say Critics, Endorses 'Torturing People to Death'
"Under the Court's new rule, it would not matter whether the State intended to use midazolam, or instead to have petitioners drawn and quartered, slowly tortured to death, or actually burned at the stake," write dissenting justices.
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Anger Aimed at Troika's Ruthless Neoliberalism as Greece Exit Looms
With banks shuttered, capital controls in place, and democracy under threat, the world's eyes turn toward what the Greek people will decide
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After Freedom Flotilla Kidnapped by Israeli Navy, Global Campaign Vows to Sail Again
Global supporters still have not heard from the 18 people aboard the Marianne of Gothenburg, captured early Monday morning en route to Gaza
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