09 January 2018

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

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After Successfully Bringing Down Her Local Confederate Statues, This Activist Says She’s Ready for Office

Click here for reuse options! A grassroots activist decides to take the movement from the street to elected office....   [ continue reading...]

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Was US Aircraft Providing Intelligence for Drone Attack Against Russian Base in Syria?

Was US Aircraft Providing Intelligence for Drone Attack Against Russian Base in Syria? seema Wed, 01/10/2018 - 16:13   [ continue reading...]

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Myanmar: Prosecutor Seeks Official Secrets Act Charges Against Two Reuters Journalists

The two journalists had worked on a Reuters coverage of the crisis in Myanmar's Rakhine State, where about 655,000 Rohingya Muslims had fled from a military cra...   [ continue reading...]

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Section 377, Bigotry and Why the Constitution Is Neither Heterosexual or Homosexual

With the Supreme Court readying itself to review Section 377 again, India must try and rid of itself of its bigoted and patriarchal ways and become more inclusi...   [ continue reading...]

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Confronting the root causes of forced labour: limited labour protection

Freedom from forced labour depends on workers' ability to access labour protections. Why are so many them unable t...   [ 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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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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Muddling Through Isn’t Enough

At the height of the eurozone crisis, in 2011 and 2012, and then again in 2015 when Greece threatened to tumble out of the currency union, one could hear daily...   [ 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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Buying Into Medicaid: A Viable Path for Universal Coverage

  Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call via AP Images The audience waves signs as Senator Bernie Sanders speaks during his event to introduce the Medicare for...   [ 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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Israel Spreads its Apartheid Tentacles, Bans Twenty Pro Palestine Organisations

Israel Spreads its Apartheid Tentacles, Bans Twenty Pro Palestine Organisations seema Tue, 01/09/2018 - 19:34   [ 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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Surrealism on the Barricades

Back in 1995, as the banlieues burned, the Paris Surrealist group put out a tract entitled Warning Lights: A Surrealist Statement on the Recent Riots in France,...   [ continue reading...]

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"A Post-Christmas Carol: Scrooge And The Bankers" by Keiko Yokoyama

Charles Dickens selected a moneylender in his redemption story, A Christmas Carol. Scrooge was not an offender, a psychopath or Victorian Harvey Weinstein, but...   [ 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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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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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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Ray of Hope in the Legal Battle of the Queer Movement in India

Ray of Hope in the Legal Battle of the Queer Movement in India seema Wed, 01/10/2018 - 14:03   [ 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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