13 September 2017

All the news for 13 September 2017 [ 263 news items | Now showing page 7 of 14 ]

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Congress Just Told Trump to Confront a Rising Terror Threat—from White Supremacists

On Tuesday, Congress passed a joint resolution condemning the deadly “domestic terrorist attack” and other violence perpetrated in August by fa...   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladesh PM Visits Overflowing Settlements in Cox’s Bazar, Calls on Government, International Community to Help Most Vulnerable New Arrivals from Myanmar

IOM, the UN Migration Agency, yesterday welcomed a visit by Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to assess the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Cox’s B...   [ continue reading...]

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Mueller probe has ‘red-hot’ focus on social media, officials say

Bloomberg reports: Russia’s effort to influence U.S. voters through Facebook and other social media is a “red-hot” focus of special counsel Ro...   [ continue reading...]

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Dear Nobel Laureate, 19 September is 144 hours too late

  Dear Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, We learned today that you will address the Rohingya issue via television in Myanmar on 19 September – over 14...   [ continue reading...]

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NIA picks up young Kashmiri photojournalist

Kamran Yousuf has been in the National Investigation Agency’s custody for a week without any charges being brought against him.   [ continue reading...]

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How Young People are Tackling Climate Change, One Innovation at a Time

Climate entrepreneurship is a rapidly growing branch of contemporary business. Environmental and climate change issues are increasingly becoming part of our eve...   [ continue reading...]

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U.S. doesn’t intend to “give” Deir Ezzor to Syrian Army

Last week the Syrian Army (SAA) backed by allied forces broke years-long ISIS siege of Deir Ezzor. Residents of the city were sincerely greeting liberators of t...   [ continue reading...]

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Fisheries in Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific – Immense Opportunities, Critical Challenges

Viwanou Gnassounou is ACP Assistant Secretary General for Sustainable Economic Development & TradeThe post Fisheries in Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific &n...   [ continue reading...]

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Supreme Court Upholds Trump Administration’s Travel Ban by Blocking Court of Appeals Decision

On Tuesday, the United States Supreme Court blocked a lower court’s decision that exempted refugees from the Trump Administration’s travel ban. The...   [ continue reading...]

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FBI, DOJ Eye Russian Media Outlets as 'Foreign Agents'

The US Justice Department and FBI are scrutinizing the Russian state-owned Sputnik and RT networks as potential 'foreign agents,' raising questions of press fre...   [ continue reading...]

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Bucking For-Profit System, Sanders Aims to 'Revolutionize' US Healthcare With Medicare for All

Jake Johnson, staff writerIn a bid to "revolutionize" American healthcare by transitioning away from the for-profit status quo to a Medicare for All system that...   [ continue reading...]

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Towards war’s end in Syria

The battlefield is criss-crossed with competing interests in the charge against the Islamic State   [ continue reading...]

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The Puzzle of Poland

A quiet but fierce war is raging for the hearts and minds of Polish citizens, as a vibrant and well organized protest network confronts an increasingly authorit...   [ continue reading...]

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In Cutting Deals With Trump, Are Democrats Walking Into a Trap?

Donald Trump had dinner with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer on Wednesday night and the Democrats announced that they had reached agreement to legalize the...   [ continue reading...]

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The Story of Women Farmers in India Is That of Double Jeopardy – Being a Woman and a Farmer

Only 13% of women in the country own the land they work on. The farms are never in their names as current inheritance laws are depriving them of their right. Th...   [ continue reading...]

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The Long History of Antifa

A lot of attention has been paid recently to “antifa,” but where does it actually come from? Historian Mark Bray talks about past tactics and m...   [ continue reading...]

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Equity, Justice, Fairness and Climate Change

The principles of equity, justice and fairness are fundamental to understanding and addressing the challenges of global climate change. This is because the prob...   [ continue reading...]

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Mongolia Seeks to Strengthen Partnerships to Scale up Sustainable Finance

The Mongolian Sustainable Finance Forum 2017 was held on September 14 at Shangri-La Hotel in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, hosted by the Mongolian Bankers Association...   [ continue reading...]

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Cuba cleans up hurricane damage, sends medical staff across Caribbean

People walk through flooded streets in Havana after the passage of Hurricane Irma in Cuba.Thursday, September 14, 2017Cuban brigades and volunteers are continui...   [ continue reading...]

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Is the West complicit in the Rohingya crisis?

Body: Britain has provided support to the Burmese military, writes Steve Shaw. RohingyaBurmaBurmese refugeesAung San Suu KyiBritainBurmaMinoritiesHuman Rig...   [ continue reading...]

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