All News Articles for 2015-09-25

Friday, September 25, 2015
'Operation Endless War': US Could Leave 10,000 Troops in Afghanistan After 2016
Wall Street Journal reports on option put forth by top U.S. commander in Afghanistan
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Austerity is Smokescreen for Class War Against Poor, Says Yanis Varoufakis
Appearing on BBC panel, former Greek finance minister expressed hope that Jeremy Corbyn will be Margaret Thatcher of the left
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Million-Liter Cyanide Spill in Argentina Highlights Canadian Mining Crimes
'They cannot continue to handle affairs that are so delicate, that affect the environment and people this way.'
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To Achieve Highly-Touted Development Goals, End Business-as-Usual, Groups Say
"There is no development on a dead planet," says 350.org executive director May Boeve
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Record Cold 'Blob' in North Atlantic: Sign of Future Climate Woes?
Some scientists are saying new data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration could point to weakening of a North Atlantic ocean current
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Absent Justice, Parents of Missing Students Condemn Mexico's "Narco-Politics"
"Those people are cold-blooded and their eyes say it all," said one mother, referring to President Enrique Peña Nieto's government
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After 13 Years Without Charge, Shaker Aamer to be Freed From Guantanamo
'He has been tortured and abused for more than a decade, and what he wants most is to be left alone with his family to start rebuilding his life.'
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Sanders Takes Biden-Proof Lead over Clinton in New Hampshire
New poll shows Bernie Sanders with a double-digit lead over rival Hillary Clinton
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Will Saudi Arabia Stop UN From Investigating Its War Atrocities in Yemen?
As Saudi government launches diplomatic blitz against human rights probe, Obama administration remains silent
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With Putin and Obama Set To Meet, Can Dent Be Made in Syrian Suffering?
The geopolitics remain fraught, but face-to-face talks between U.S. and Russian leader could spell beginning of progress
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