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Drug Addiction Isn’t a Crime—We Just Treat it Like One

Ari Kohn A new film proves that there is an alternative, and that it works. The post Drug Addiction Isn’t a Crime—We Just Treat it Like One appeare...   [ continue reading...]

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Global outrage mounts over Israeli killing of Yaser Murtaja, from ‘NYT’ to Federation of Arab Journalists

The killing by an Israeli sniper of Palestinian journalist Yaser Murtaja on April 7 at the Gaza fence is drawing mounting international outrage. The New York Ti...   [ continue reading...]

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Mozambique: Growing Fear Among Activists

Expand People lay flowers and pay their respects where Constitutional law expert Gilles Cis...   [ continue reading...]

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Vengeful Alabama to Kill 83-Year-Old Man

Barring intervention by courts or its governor, Alabama will kill an 83-year-old man on April 19; long-incarcerated for the 1989 mail-bomb killings of United St...   [ continue reading...]

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Chevron Has Avoided Justice for Environmental Crimes in Ecuador and the U.S. — Can Canada Hold It to Account?

Next week, the Ontario Court of Appeals will decide the course of history’s biggest environmental class action award. This Tuesday, April 17, a cour...   [ continue reading...]

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British left Labour MP Chris Williamson: 'We need a mass movement supporting us'

Issue 1176April 13, 2018Worldsocialisminternatiojal solidarityanti-wareducationworkers' rights & unionsBritainLabour MP for Derby North Chris Williamso...   [ continue reading...]

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Brexit’s offshore secrets

In 2015, Arron Banks’s insurance business was bailed out. Where the rescue money came from is unclear—...   [ continue reading...]

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D.C. Court: Accessing Public Information is Not a Computer Crime

Good news for anyone who uses the Internet as a source of information: A district court in Washington, D.C. has ruled that using automated tools to access publi...   [ continue reading...]

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Lula in jail — what you need to know about the latest attack on Brazil's democracy

Juan Cruz FerreIssue 1176April 13, 2018WorlddemocracyBrazilDemonstrators protest the jailing of Lula in Brasilia, April 6.The jailing of ex-Workers’...   [ continue reading...]

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#IBelieveHer protesters face backlash after Belfast rape acquittals

A gruelling rape trial ended in the acquittal of rugby players, prompting online outrage, offline protests –...   [ continue reading...]

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No defence in Chechnya: Oyub Titiyev and the grim future of human rights in Russia’s North Caucasus

The prosecution of a Chechen human rights campaigner is a landmark step in the systematic elimination of civil soc...   [ continue reading...]

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Why it’s our own use of social media that’s partly to blame for gang crime

The head of the Met recently blamed gang crime on a violent online culture – but there’s another socia...   [ continue reading...]

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Bombing Syria would be both dangerous and illegal

Britain and its ‘Allies’ have helped arm warring Syrian factions, fuelled conflict, spurned refugees....   [ continue reading...]

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This is Not a Story About Donald Trump’s 'Love Child': It’s a Lot More Damaging Than That

There’s no evidence Trump had an illegitimate kid, but plenty of evidence that his henchmen buried the story Donald Trump is the perfect tabloid pre...   [ continue reading...]

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A New Poor People's Campaign Is Rising — And It Puts Climate Front and Center

Only a system premised on extreme inequality would choose fossil fuel profits over the future of humanity. In a number of 1967 speeches, Martin Luther Kin...   [ continue reading...]

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Aboriginal communities shame colonialist Commonwealth Games

Rachel EvansIssue 1176Gold CoastApril 13, 2018AnalysisIndigenous rightsAustraliaA protest at Channel Seven’s Sunrise in conjunction with its Commonwe...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump’s War on Data Could Quietly Erase LGBT Crime Victims

The Department of Justice is looking to stop asking 16- and 17-year-olds about their sexual orientation and gender identity in the National Crime Victimiza...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump's Rush to Judgment on Syrian Chemical Attack: Illegal and Deadly

Donald Trump speaks with the media before a meeting with his cabinet in the Cabinet Room of the White House April 9, 2018, in Washington, DC. (Photo: Jim Lo Sca...   [ continue reading...]

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How Can We Know If a Chemical Weapons Attack Took Place in Syria?

Every atrocity in the Syrian civil war provokes a furious row about whether it happened and, if so, who was responsible for carrying it out. The merciless bruta...   [ continue reading...]

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For Cops Who Want to Help ICE Crack Down on Illegal Immigration, Pennsylvania Is a Free-for-All

by Dale Russakoff and Deborah Sontag for ProPublica It was Easter morning in central Pennsylvan...   [ continue reading...]

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