All News Articles for 2015-10-12

Monday, October 12, 2015
'I'll Show You Obscene': Campus to Protest Concealed Guns with Unconcealed Dildos
Campus community will protest fact that, starting in August 2016, they will be allowed to carry concealed weapons, but not sex toys, on school grounds
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UK Privatization Puts Final Nail in Royal Mail's Coffin
Leading trade union decries sell-off, saying Tory party 'has made it abundantly clear that they are only interested in privatization dogma and making the rich richer'
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'Capitalism is Mother Earth's Cancer': World People's Summit Issues 12 Demands
The establishment of an independent climate tribunal to hold wealthy nations accountable emerged as a central goal of conference in Bolivia
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Climate Policy Holds Major Sway for Future of Antarctica Ice
New research predicts a doubling of surface melting of Antarctic ice shelves by 2050, risking their collapse by the end of the century
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Reporting Exposes Deadly End for Asylum Seekers Deported by US
According to Guardian investigation, US is forcibly expelling refugees to Central America, where some are murdered upon their return
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After Nearly $20 Million Spent Watching Assange, Scotland Yard Ends 24-Hour Guard Outside Embassy
After charging £ 12.6 million over three years to stand guard outside embassy, cordon removed in favor of new 'overt and covert tactics'
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As Cities Give Columbus the Boot, Indigenous Peoples Day Spreads Across US
'Knowing the facts of Columbus’s life, it seems astonishing that he is still treated with honor in many places.'
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Pentagon Readies Payouts for Hospital Bombing, But Still Refuses Independent Probe
Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has not responded directly, but on Monday reiterated its call for an independent investigation
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Alaska Governor's Puzzling Math: To Cope with Climate, We Must Drill More Oil
Independent Bill Walker said he wants to 'urgently' drill in the protected lands of the Arctic National Wilderness Refuge
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'Mourning and Rebellion': Unions, Opposition Strike and March in Wake of Deadly Bombing in Turkey
'We are in mourning, we are in protest, we are on strike.'
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