All News Articles for 2015-10-14

Wednesday, October 14, 2015
UN Warned That Without Women in Peace Process, There Will Be No Peace
Women are often the 'true unsung heroes' in conflict situations, said head of UN women's agency
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Food Sovereignty Honorees Show 'There is Another Way to Fight Hunger'
Both of the 2015 prizewinners are minority groups that 'have struggled for decades against oppression from their governments and large agricultural companies'
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Mother of Saudi Teen Sentenced to Crucifixion Urges Obama: 'Rescue My Son'
Ali Mohammed al-Nimr was sentenced to death at the age of 17 after taking part in a rally for equal Shia rights in Saudi Arabia
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People's Climate Returns as Communities Converge for Actions Nationwide
'We must divest from fossil fuels, transform our economies and our politics, and stand together on the streets to fight for a more just, inclusive, and sustainable future.'
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Lockdown in East Jerusalem: Harsh Policies Come Amid Intensifying Violence
Rights groups condemned the new security measures, calling them a 'recipe for harassment and abuse'
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'Out of Control' Inequality: Global One Percent Owns Half of World's Wealth
The Credit Suisse report shows worldwide inequality growing even faster than experts had predicted
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Bernie Says: No Bones About It, Our Biggest Threat is Climate Change
Candidate's response to Democratic debate question echoes the concern of majority of people worldwide
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Investigators Ready to Go, But Will US Consent to Hospital Bombing Probe?
'We need to know if the rules of war have changed,' says MSF
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Thanks to Sanders, Democratic Party Just Debated Merits of Capitalism
Presidential hopefuls broke usual parameters of discourse when they debated capitalism versus socialism Tuesday night
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Bernie and Hillary Duel as Democrats Debate
From "casino capitalism" to climate change, a wide-ranging discussion on policy and prescriptions puts primary season into next gear
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