Topic: Bangladesh

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Can democracy and genocide co-exist in Burma?

The treatment of Rohingya may be a detail in the general opening up and wooing of a state known for its unspoilt and unexploited natural resources. But what abo...   [ continue reading...]

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Border games and their pawns

Balkan borders dominoed shut last week, ostensibly to block ‘economic migrants’, and now only Syrians, Afghans and Iraqis may pass. Those trapped, however,...   [ continue reading...]

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You are the border, not us: Greek – Macedonia border

UNHCR, the leading UN refugee protection agency, is supporting the enforcement of border restrictions designed to implement a selective right to claim asylum ba...   [ continue reading...]

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7 Spectacular Weather Events – and What Causes Them

Sometimes the weather can put on a truly sensational — and even deadly — show. The weather might seem like it creates weeks of dreary, grey driz...   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladesh: Halt Imminent War Crimes Executions

Suspend Death Penalty Immediately(New York) – The Bangladeshi government should halt the imminent executions of two men convicted of war crimes, Human Rights...   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladesh: The extremists are actually killing freedom of speech and freedom of expression | Meghna Guhathakurta

One after another, our citizens are being killed, but we are yet to see a proactive approach from the government. - In Defence of Freedom of Expression, Publi...   [ continue reading...]

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The Labor Prospect: Gig Economy Skeptics

AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File In this December 16, 2014, file photo a man leaves the headquarters of Uber in San Francisco. Uber, Lyft and other ride-hail...   [ continue reading...]

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Things That Can and Cannot Be Said: A Conversation Between John Cusack and Arundhati Roy

John Cusack imagined a conversation between Edward Snowden and Daniel Ellsberg. And then, in his imagination a third person made her way into the room - the wri...   [ continue reading...]

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Detained Asylum Seekers Seek Transnational Justice

Michelle Chen Refugees of a transnational migration crisis represent the latest wave of social upheaval in Bangladesh now reverberating around the world.   [ continue reading...]

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Video: BBC Documentary 2015 on The Maitree Express

story of the first train ran between India and Bangladesh - the Maitree Express. Maitree means friendship. - Resources / Links / India, Bangladesh, Audio...   [ continue reading...]

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Vigil: 3rd anniversary of Tazreen Fashions murders.

Tuesday, November 24 Gather to mourn the murdered Tazreen Fashions workers. There won't be speeches, just a quiet time to remember and reflect on the true co...   [ continue reading...]

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Wave of Hunger Strikes at Immigrant Prisons Gains Steam

On October 28, 27 women at the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Texas began refusing meals. Contrary to what its name may suggest, the 500 women inside H...   [ continue reading...]

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America's War on Children: The Wealthy Scapegoat the Victims

But by heaping the blame on the victims, wealthy and well-positioned Americans can justify the neglect of our nation's children. It may be the gr...   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladesh's ideological murders are a further attack on its liberal ideals | K Anis Ahmed

The League presents itself as a guardian of secular values, but that claim is wearing thin in the party's meek response to the attacks blighting our country. Th...   [ continue reading...]

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Kissinger, the Bombardier: How Diplomacy by Air Power Became a US Tradition

US Army pilots train with members of the Royal Malaysian Air Force in Malaysia, June 16, 2014. (Photo: Jason Robertson / US Air Force) In order to understand...   [ continue reading...]

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How Henry Kissinger Helped Make Endless War an All-American Tradition

This post first appeared at TomDispatch. In April 2014, ESPN published a photograph of an unlikely duo: Samantha Power, U.S. ambassador to the Unite...   [ continue reading...]

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Millions Died Because Kissinger Prolonged the Vietnam War for Years After Betraying Peace Treaty

Henry Kissinger ushered in the modern area of executive branch US military interventionism that has resulted in millions of deaths around the world, says Greg G...   [ continue reading...]

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The Plan to Save the World

This story originally appeared in the New Republic and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Right now, we're in a car, hanging on fo...   [ continue reading...]

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Progress fans flames of militant unrest in changing Bangladesh | Jason Burke

A wave of brutal killings has plunged Bangladesh into deep apprehension. Many fear endless political strife and economic exclusion will spur Islamic terrorism...   [ continue reading...]

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He’s Baaaaack! Michael Moore’s Radical New Road Movie

Submitted by Ed Rampell on Fri, 11/06/2015 - 3:48pm Ed Rampell In the beginning of his new documentary Where to Invad...   [ continue reading...]

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