All News Articles for 2016-04-21

Thursday, April 21, 2016
Climate: Africa’s Human Existence Is at Severe Risk
“Africa’s human existence and development is under threat from the adverse impacts of climate change – its population, ecosystems and unique biodiversity will all be the major victims of global climate change.” This is how clear the Nairobi-based United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is when...
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'Honeypot' Recording is More Evidence of How FBI Targets American Muslims
In recorded conversation, FBI informant 'deftly steered the conversation to violence against other people.'
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UK Issues Travel Warnings Against 'Anti-Gay' US States
"LGBT travelers may be affected by legislation passed recently in the states of North Carolina and Mississippi," the warning reads
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'True Cost of Covert Killings' Demanded as Drone Strike Victims Speak Out
'It’s crucial that we come to grips with the true extent of the collateral damage these strikes have caused'
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Victory: Kinder Morgan Nixes New England Pipeline Plan
'This is a project that no one wanted, and this is a fitting end to the story'
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As Support Plummets, Is EU Moving Closer to Becoming 'TTIP Free Zone'?
The next round of negotiations over the corporate-friendly trade deal will start in New York next week
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'Staggering Reach' of UK Surveillance and 15-Year Coverup Revealed
Privacy International releases trove of documents detailing extent of British spying operations
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'Dodgy Dave' Off the Hook: British PM Escapes Tax Affairs Probe
Prime Minister made over $27,000 profit from selling his shares in offshore fund set up by his father
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Backed by Army of Small-Dollar Donors, Sanders Camp Forges Ahead
With another record-breaking fundraising effort in March, Sanders supporters give campaign financial muscle to take political revolution all the way to the convention in June
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Thanks to 'War on Whistleblowers,' US Ranks 41st on Press Freedom Index
Reporters Without Borders' annual rankings find US's relative improvement "hides overall negative trends"
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Enjoying the Weather? Just Wait a Few Years.
Research shows most Americans prefer the milder winters caused by climate change, but scorching temps and disastrous weather events are looming
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