All News Articles for 2015-11-03

Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Calling for 'Radical Shift' in Drug Policy, Ireland Moves to Decriminalize
Drug minister announces medically supervised injection facilities will begin opening next year
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As US Dodges Hospital Bombing Probe, Aid Group Calls Global Silence 'Embarrassing'
It's been more than 30 days, and still 'no state has been willing to stand up for the Geneva Conventions and the laws of war'
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Hundreds of Women in Immigrant Prison on Hunger Strike for Immediate Release
"I'm dying of desperation from this injustice, from this cruelty," wrote Insis Maribel Zelaya Bernardez.
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Ahead of Paris, Unparalleled Coalition Demands Global Fracking Ban
'Put simply, we cannot afford to continue down an energy path that relies on fossil fuels if we are to maintain the stability of our climate and the health of the planet.'
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Demanding Abolition of Secret Spy Court, Chelsea Manning Pens Reform Bill from Prison
129-page document proposes 'concrete' solutions to the rampant and unchecked violations of privacy and civil liberties by U.S. government
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'No Winners' as Global Tech Giants Receive Failing Grades on User Privacy and Protections
'In sum, users are left in the dark about many company practices that affect freedom of expression and privacy.'
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Smelling a 'Rat,' Groups Tell Obama: Foil TransCanada and Ban KXL Outright
Request to suspend application makes it clear KXL has been defeated by the climate movement. Campaigners call on Obama to 'end this.'
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'Good Day' for Transgender Students as Ruling Says School Violated Civil Rights
Ruling by US Department of Education is a win 'for all students, but especially those who are transgender all across the nation.'
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New Study Shows Antarctic Melting Approaching 'Unstoppable' Tipping Point
'What we call the eternal ice of Antarctica unfortunately turns out not to be eternal at all,' says lead author of new study
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New Report Chronicles Shell's Legacy of Lies, Deceit, and Contamination
Human rights groups exposes oil giant's false claims it has cleaned its spills in Niger Delta
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