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Thursday, February 23, 2017
 

Former Hong Kong leader sentenced to prison

“Never in my judicial career have I seen a man fallen from so high,” stated Judge Andrew Chan Hing-wai during the sentencing.
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By hunting down the law-abiding undocumented, Trump harms us all

More of those arriving are from Central America rather than Mexico, and they fleeing dangerous situations in their home countries.

How we got here

The misuse of American military power and the Middle East in chaos.

Brazil becomes the newest country to refuse GMO imports from the United States

As of 2015 there were 38 countries that had banned GM crops.

Like Keystone XL, much of Dakota Access pipeline steel made by Russian company tied...

Similar to Keystone XL, the steel production for the Dakota Access pipeline was a done deal long ago, well before the pipeline got all the permits it needed.

The Trump resistance plan: A timeline – Russia and President Trump

Investigative reporters have begun to flesh out the Trump/Russia timeline. To keep everything in one location, here’s an updated summary (so far).

Ethiopia: Peaceful protest to armed uprising

This unprecedented uprising may be held at bay for a time, restrained by force and unjust legislation, but people rightly sense this is the moment for change.

This park in India is shooting poachers to protect rhinos

The policy is heavily controversial. Not all of those that have been shot are poachers.

We must know the truth

This is the worst scandal involving the White House and a foreign power since Iran-Contra. Demand the facts.

The Dutch city that offered refugees a permanent home

When 500 refugees arrived in their community, residents of Zaandam were wary. But by the time the newcomers could apply for residency status in Europe, neighbors didn’t want them to leave.