09 January 2018

All the news for 09 January 2018 [ 235 news items | Now showing page 3 of 12 ]

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Tomgram: Nick Turse, The Coming Year in Special Ops

At around 11 o’clock that night, four Lockheed MC-130 Combat Talons, turboprop Special Operations aircraft, were flying through a moonless sky from Pakist...   [ continue reading...]

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Progress Between North and South Korea Marred by Reports of Trump Considering "Bloody Nose" Bombings

Jessica Corbett, staff writerFollowing diplomatic talks between North and South Korea aimed at easing tensions over military drills and nuclear weapons, the Nor...   [ continue reading...]

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Heat, climate and policy failure

 When flying foxes drop dead from the heat, parts of the Hume Highway melt and Penrith in Sydney’s west is the hottest place on Earth with a temperat...   [ continue reading...]

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How The Sangh Tried To Rewrite History On Gandhi’s Murder – And We Bought It #RSSKilledGandhi

The RSS cannot forever hide behind a report that, in this specific instance, is rendered obsolete by fresh evidence. If a commission with a remit similar to th...   [ continue reading...]

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"Corbyn Should Stop The UK’s Drift Out Of The EU" by John Palmer

My friend John Weeks’ argument in Social Europe that Theresa May’s conclusion of a ‘First Stage’ Brexit agreement signals that the UK is...   [ continue reading...]

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Far-Right Governments in Poland and Hungary Confront the EU

The European Union is trying to sanction Poland for undermining its judicial branch. However, the real issue seems to be Poland's refusal to accept refugees, as...   [ continue reading...]

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Mapping a world from hell

He left Air Force Two behind and, unannounced, “shrouded in secrecy,” flew on an unmarked C-17 transport plane into Bagram Air Base, the largest Ame...   [ continue reading...]

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Singapore Authorities Ban Documentary on Palestinian Teen Activists for ‘Skewed Narrative’

"...did you even consider that this documentary...exists to provide a balance, a corrective to the kinds of propaganda that Israel state television and the US-c...   [ continue reading...]

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Mediterranean Migrant Arrivals Reach 1072 in first week of 2018; Deaths Reach 81

IOM, the UN Migration Agency, reports that 1,072 migrants and refugees entered Europe by sea during the first week of 2018, with around 450 each landing in Ital...   [ continue reading...]

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Did Gandhi Merit Assassination? : Claims of Right-Wing Dissected by Chunibhai Vaidya #RSSKilledGandhi

he killer of Gandhiji and his apologists sought to justify the assassination on the following arguments: Gandhiji supported the idea of a separate State for Mus...   [ continue reading...]

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"It's a Nightmare for Us": Up to 250,000 Salvadorans Face Deportation After Trump TPS Decision

President Trump is meeting with Republican and Democratic lawmakers at the White House today over his offer to protect the nearly 800,000 young undocumented imm...   [ continue reading...]

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Interview: Odisha and Chhattisgarh Treating Mahanadi Like a Commodity, Not a Natural Resource

An interview with water activist Ranjan Panda about the inter-state water dispute and how coal-fired power plants are the real trigger of the conflict. The post...   [ continue reading...]

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Can Regular Discussion of Climate Change Disasters Impact Human Behaviour and Reduce Emissions?

Can Regular Discussion of Climate Change Disasters Impact Human Behaviour and Reduce Emissions? Prabir Tue, 01/09/2018 - 19:27   [ continue reading...]

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Hay-Boxes and Tea Cozies

Instead of boiling water by lighting a fire and putting a kettle on the stove, for example, we might blow up the oldest mountains in the world to mine the remai...   [ continue reading...]

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Posing as Liberators

A lot was done in the name of Muslim women in the waning weeks of 2017. Saudi Arabia gave permission for women to enter the previously forbidden sports stadiums...   [ continue reading...]

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The Data Revolution Should Not Leave Women and Girls Behind

Jemimah Njuki is an expert on agriculture, food security, and women’s empowerment and works as a senior program specialist with IDRC. She is an Aspen Inst...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Jan Gan Man Ki Baat’ Episode 177: Jignesh Mevani’s Yuva Hunkar Rally

Vinod Dua discusses the emergence of a new young leadership in India.  The post ‘Jan Gan Man Ki Baat’ Episode 177: Jignesh Mevani’s Yuva...   [ continue reading...]

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The European Union and the Venezuelan “Opposition”

If anyone is in any doubt about the direction the European Union has been moving in the last say 30 years (or say 500 years) they should consider the recent rec...   [ continue reading...]

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The Labor Movement Is Fighting Back Against Trump's Efforts to Remove Immigrant Protections

Congress has no choice but to act to preserve the temporary protected status of El Salvadorans and other immigrants, because somebody is going to pay the price...   [ continue reading...]

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Dying From Despair, but No Help From Trump

America is in the throes of a deep and pervasive social crisis -- and it's killing people at an alarming rate. That's the takeaway from the announcement in Dec...   [ continue reading...]

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