All News Articles for 2018-03-23

Friday, March 23, 2018
Ambassador Haley delivers remarks at a UN Security Council Open Debate on the Middle East, July 25, 2017. (Photo: U.S. Mission to the U.N.) For Denouncing Vast Israeli Abuses, Nikki Haley Says UN Human Rights Council 'Lacks Credibility'
Ambassador's comments once again suggest is U.S. threatening to leave body, and affirm that the U.S. does not want Palestinians to have self-determination or live free from occupation
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In 'Affront to Freedom of the Press,' Canadian Journalist Faces Criminal Charges for Covering Protest
"Regardless of whether or not I'm convicted in the end, the chill effect is huge."
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Calling Out Trudeau 'Betrayal,' Water Defenders Mobilize Against Kinder Morgan Pipeline
"We believe that it's time for a new narrative in this country; one that is not dictated by Big Oil but instead supports life and the much-needed healing of the land and people."
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Number of Starving People Surged to 124 Million Last Year Because "People Won't Stop Shooting at Each Other," Says UN Expert
"Wars and conflicts are driving hunger in a way we've never seen before," says head of World Food Program
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Calling BS on Omnibus Veto Threat, Dreamers Not Fooled for a Second Trump Cares About Them
"Only thing more insulting than using DACA as a fig leaf for a veto threat was the fact that everyone knew he'd back down anyway."
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To Give Them Child's Terrifying View, Warmongers Like John Bolton Should Download This App
"For millions of children living in war zones, this isn't augmented reality—it's reality."
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At UN Commission on Women Rights, Trump Appointee Pushes Reproductive Policies Worse Than Saudi Arabia's
USAID gender equality adviser Bethany Kozma told UN diplomats the US is a "pro-life country," despite broad support for abortion access
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'Dangerous' Decline in Biodiversity Threatening Humanity's Wellbeing Worldwide
"We must act to halt and reverse the unsustainable use of nature—or risk not only the future we want, but even the lives we currently lead."
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March for Our Lives Ahead of 'March for Our Lives,' Student Manifesto Outlines Steps to Eradicate 'Plague of Gun Violence'
"We will be marching this Saturday for those that we loved and lost, and we write this in the hope that no other community or publication will ever have to do the same."
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'It's A Phone, Not A Gun': Protests Against Police Killing in Sacramento Block Highway, NBA Game
The Sacramento Kings expressed solidarity with the protesters after the protesters blocked ticket-holders from entering a sports arena where they were playing
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army 'Outrageous': With $700 Billion for Pentagon, Nearly Half of $1.3 Trillion Budget Headed for More War-Making
With that kind of money, say progressives, "we could be ending homelessness, making universal preschool and higher ed available to all, and repairing roads and bridges."
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Trump's Pick of 'War Criminal' John Bolton Just Super-Charged Threat of Attack on Iran
"In a just world, Bolton would be on trial at the Hague for war crimes. Instead, he has been promoted into a position to do to Iran what he did to Iraq."
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