All News Articles for 2015-07-28

Tuesday, July 28, 2015
While Backed by US, Saudi Coalition Accused of War Crime in Yemen
New report from Human Rights Watch investigates bombings that killed at least 65 civilians in the city of Mokha on Friday
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European Mining Dispute Illustrates Risks of Corporate-Friendly Trade Deals
A Canadian corporation is seeking damages after being blocked from creating an open-pit mine over environmental concerns
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NSA to Destroy Phone Records, But 'Devil May Be in the Details'
Spy agency promises to delete metadata collected under USA Patriot Act 'as soon as possible,' although lawsuits filed over surveillance program add ironic dynamic
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Fighting for 50 States, Sanders House Parties Expect Tens of Thousands
'The most important thing is building a political movement in which millions of people who have given up on the political process get involved.'
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Solar Ambitions Great, But Clinton's Climate Plan Well Short of 'Bold'
'At the end of the day,' says 350's Bill McKibben, 'growth in renewables doesn’t mean enough if we’re simultaneously kicking the decarbonization can down the road.'
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Wall Street's Solution to Puerto Rico Debt Crisis? Shutter Schools, Fire Workers
New report commissioned by bondholders and hedge fund managers calls for sweeping austerity measures
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