All News Articles for 2016-03-24

Thursday, March 24, 2016
'Very Important Day for International Justice': Butcher of Bosnia Guilty of Genocide, War Crimes
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic sentenced to 40 years in prison for atrocities
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Humanitarian Groups Refuse to Partake in 'Mass Expulsion' of Refugees
'It is incomprehensible how Europe has basically suspended the rights of these people who are looking for protection in Greece'
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Amid Crackdown on Dissent, Nobel Laureates Demand Freedom for Turkish Journalists
Case of Can Dündar and Erdem Gül, who face life in prison, demonstrates "the sorry state of freedom of expression in Turkey"
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State Efforts to Stymie Climate Action Drawn from ALEC's National Playbook
Bills pushed in Virginia mirror 'model legislation' beneficial to ALEC corporate members, including some of Virginia's worst polluters.
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How the World's Biggest Polluters are Two Trade Deals Away from Steamrolling Climate Protections
"45 of the 50 private corporations historically responsible for the most climate-disrupting emissions" would be emboldened to challenge climate protections
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Rockefellers Divest from Fossil Fuels—Starting with Exxon Because #ExxonKnew
The SEC also rebuked ExxonMobil this week as it told the oil giant it must disclose to its shareholders the financial risks of climate change
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US to Release Secret 'Dirty War' Files—But Argentinians Aren't Satisfied
"I don't believe there will be anything in those documents—they always black out the names and the important parts," says one human rights protester
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North Carolina Makes Discrimination Mandatory with Most Anti-LGBT Law in the Nation
'The manner in which legislators passed the most extreme anti-LGBT bill in the nation—voting hours after it was unveiled without adequate public debate—flies in the face of fairness and democracy'
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This Race Far From Over: New Poll Shows Sanders and Clinton Tied Nationally
'In the end, Hillary Clinton has a trust problem,' says pollster
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Erik Prince in the Hot Seat
Blackwater’s Founder Is Under Investigation for Money Laundering, Ties to Chinese Intel, and Brokering Mercenary Services
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University of California Adopts Policy Linking Anti-Zionism to Anti-Semitism
The regents of the University of California unanimously adopted a new policy on discrimination on Wednesday that links anti-Semitism to opposition to Zionism, the ideology asserting that the Jewish people have a right to a nation-state in historic Palestine. At a meeting in San Francisco , the UC...
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