Topic: Crime

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Kharkiv: frontline city on the brink

A few hours from the frontline, life continues as usual in the city of Kharkiv. A series of investigations into Russia-backed diversion groups reveal a city und...   [ continue reading...]

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US Torturers Lose Psychologists’ Corrupt Cooperation

American psychologists have voted overwhelmingly against helping their government torture people. In an even more radical step, the psychologists voted to obey...   [ continue reading...]

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Our island mentality

With the focus on amped up security around Calais, the wider context of refugees arriving in Europe is being ignored. In Athens, children living on the streets...   [ continue reading...]

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Ten Years Later, What Do You Think is Needed?

Samantha Goldman | August 16, 2015 Labor Day weekend will mark ten years since our founding conference which launched World Can't Wait. Tens of thousands respo...   [ continue reading...]

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Donald Trump’s Biggest Crime Is His Honesty: How He Exposes the Sickening Rot At the Core of the GOP

Republicans have spent decades dressing up fear as courage, pretending at seriousness while advancing hysteria Many of us cast last week’s Republica...   [ continue reading...]

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Court Rejects Arizona Sheriff’s Unfounded Stereotype That Immigrants Are Criminals

Joe Arpaio wants to deport more immigrants to keep the crime rate down. The post Court Rejects Arizona Sheriff’s Unfounded Stereotype That Immigrants Ar...   [ continue reading...]

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Britain Challenges Julian Assange's Asylum in Ecuadorian Embassy

Britain has announced plans to challenge Ecuador's decision to provide asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in its London embassy, saying the $18 million...   [ continue reading...]

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Britain adopts Australian cruelty with new racist policy

Sat, 15/08/2015 By Tony Iltis “The only cost-effective way to stop illegal i...   [ continue reading...]

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British call for Netanyahu’s arrest for war crimes when he visits London

A petition — “Benjamin Netanyahu to be arrested for war crimes when he arrives in London” — presented on the British government’s...   [ continue reading...]

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Where Did the Antiwar Movement Go?: War, Sunny Side Up, and the Summer of Slaughter (Vietnam and Today)

Americans would generally live through their twenty-first-century wars as if they weren’t happening. Let me tell you a story about a moment in my l...   [ continue reading...]

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10 Places AIPAC Would Never Show Members of Congress on Their Upcoming Propaganda Trip

A tour of the "real Israel" would show members of Congress the ugly truth behind Israel's propaganda. 58 members of Congress will be...   [ continue reading...]

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Iran and the Myth of Anti-Semitism

Jeffery Goldberg of The Atlantic is a respected and well-connected American commentator on U.S.-Israel affairs and regional issues such as the nuclear deal with...   [ continue reading...]

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Ali Dawabsheh, Cecil the Lion and the Biopolitics of Animal Life

The firebombing death of a toddler by right-wing Israeli terrorists was upstaged in the news and in international outrage by the senseless killing of Cecil the...   [ continue reading...]

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9 Ways Governments Can Combat Violent Extremism Without Turning the Internet Into Big Brother

We need careful, targeted, accountable intelligence-gathering–not sweeping surveillance of everyone. The follow is an essay by David Stevens and ...   [ continue reading...]

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Black Labor Organizers Urge AFL-CIO to Reexamine Its Ties to the Police

(Image: Jared Rodriguez / Truthout) The relationship between police unions and the larger labor movement has long been fraught, and the Black Lives Matter move...   [ continue reading...]

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Let's Talk About Torture

The CIA's torture-era leadership won't repent. Even after the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released its report saying in no uncertain terms that the...   [ continue reading...]

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Next Time It Explodes: Revolt, Repression, and Backlash since the Ferguson Uprising

by Crimethinc A year has passed since the murder of Michael Brown, one of over 1100 people, disproportionately black and brown, killed by US law enforcement in...   [ continue reading...]

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Tens of Thousands of Brits Sign Petition Asking That Netanyahu Be Arrested for War Crimes (Video)

Bibi’s scheduled visit to the U.K. next month is already mired in controversy judging by the fact that a petition calling for the Israeli Prime Minister’s a...   [ continue reading...]

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Sanders Gets Burned

Scott Jay Libcom.org August 12, 2015 It turns out, there are people more radical than Bernie Sanders in the United States. This obvious fact has managed to...   [ continue reading...]

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San Diego’s Facial Recognition Program Shows Why We Need Records on Police Use of Mobile Biometric Technology

The New York Times has a story out on how San Diego police use mobile facial recognition devices in the field, including potentially on non-consenting residents...   [ continue reading...]

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