05 November 2017

All the news for 05 November 2017 [ 145 news items | Now showing page 1 of 8 ]

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Turkmenistan: Attack on Activist’s Mother

Expand Ruslan Tukhbatullin and his mother, Khalida Izbastinova. ...   [ continue reading...]

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Congress's Romance with Cowardice: War Without War Powers

US Army soldiers test a weapon on Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, on August 22, 2014. (Photo: The US Army)   Nonprofit, independent news outlets like Tru...   [ continue reading...]

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China Needs to Stop the Growing Gender Gap

Expand A woman reads a company flyer at an open air job fair for college graduates and the...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump’s Hostility to Nuclear Deal Could Polarise Iranian Opinion Even Further

The hope is that, regardless of Washington’s moves, the understanding between the Iranian President and the nuclear deal’s signatories will remain i...   [ continue reading...]

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World Bank: Few Improvements on India’s Tea Plantations

The World Bank should fulfill its commitment to protect workers through its investment in tea plantations in Assam, India, six Indian and international nongover...   [ continue reading...]

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7 Major Experiments That Still Haven’t Found What They’re Looking For - Facts So Romantic

Being an experimental scientist can sometimes seem like a thankless task. You may be used to reading headlines about experiments that end up making great discov...   [ continue reading...]

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Activists Ask UIDAI CEO to Take Action Against Jharkhand Chief Secretary for Violating Aadhaar Act

Raj Bala Verma, the state's chief secretary, had said in April this year that all ration cards not linked to Aadhaar in the state should be considered null and...   [ continue reading...]

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THE COMING WAR ON CHINA - NEW SPECIAL SCREENINGS SCHEDULED

John Pilger's film, The Coming War on China, proves more relevant with every day of the Trump presidency. There are two special screenings c...   [ continue reading...]

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‘I Think of Cops as People Who Want to Kill:’ Relatives of the Dead Revisit Albuquerque Police Shootings

Weeks before the administration of Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry becomes history, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation that led to court monitor...   [ continue reading...]

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The Day of the Dead and Donald Trump

Americans are inclined to believe in our blamelessness, that the world owes us a fresh start. We act as if death, decline and tragedy cannot happen to us.   [ continue reading...]

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Devapriya and the New Era of Indian Palaeontology

For a couple of weeks every year, a team of palaeobiologists led by the highly-trained Devapriya Chattopadhyay braves through the remote Kutch region looking fo...   [ continue reading...]

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Congressional Cowardice on Wars Has Cost Millions of Lives and the Deadly Wars March On

War without war powers—the not-so-new American way. On September 1, 1970, soon after President Nixon expanded the Vietnam War by invading neighborin...   [ continue reading...]

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License to krill

 Two days ago, the gavel came down in an adjudication decision which may, more than any other recent hammer-strike, determine the future of fishing: T...   [ continue reading...]

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Democratic Republic of Congo to Hold Much-Delayed Presidential Poll in December 2018

The election, originally scheduled for late 2016, has been repeatedly delayed, triggering unrest and raising fears the country could slip back into the conflict...   [ continue reading...]

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Hezbollah Says Saudi Arabia Forced Lebanese PM to Quit

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Iran-backed Hezbollah, said there should be no political escalation in response to Hariri's declaration on Saturday, whic...   [ continue reading...]

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Not a Hollywood Ending

Donald Trump spent about as much time being an isolationist as he did worrying about being in the military during the Vietnam War. Many, including some unhappy...   [ continue reading...]

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Burgeoning Debt Continues to Plague Gujarat’s State Finances

Hitting Rs 2.22 lakh crore at the end of March 2016, the debt has risen due to the rising costs of Gujarat's infrastructure projects and ill-advised investments...   [ continue reading...]

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Cartoonist Arrested for Drawing Caricature of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister

G. Bala's cartoon drew attention to the political and official apathy which led to the death of a family that had come under the pressure of a moneylender. The...   [ continue reading...]

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Roger Waters Comes out Fighting for Palestine on North America Tour

Live from his concert in Vancouver, the 74-year-old Pink Floyd co-founder highlighted the plight of Palestinians by projecting images of the Separation Wall dur...   [ continue reading...]

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Beyond Twitter and Russia: How Do We Make Social Media Incorporated Work For Democracy?

Instead of attempting to regulate these companies through external mechanisms, we need to ride the wave of Big Tech awareness to demand transparency and account...   [ continue reading...]

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