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Tanzania Breaks Promise - Thousands of Maasai Evicted to Make Way for Lion Hunt
World  (tags: corporate, corruption, ethics, finance, politics, hunting lodges, overdevelopment, indigenous rights, greed, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', ethics, government, Refugees&Relief, politics, humanrights )

Cal
- 6 days ago - theecologist.org
The Tanzanian government is illegally carrying out gunpoint evictions of Maasai pastoralists in an area surrounded by the Serengeti, Maasai Mara and Ngorongoro national parks, burning hundreds of homes
Putin Critic, Russian Opposition Leader Boris Nemtsov Killed in Moscow
World  (tags: Putin, Moscow, Russia, Boris Nemstov, death, violence, politics, government, ethics, news, corruption, crime )

Carrie
- 6 days ago - washingtonpost.com
Boris Nemtsov, a longtime Russian opposition leader and sharp critic of President Vladi­mir Putin, was shot and killed in central Moscow, the Russian Interior Ministry said early Saturday.
Greece After the Election âEUR" Not a Threat But An Opportunity for Europe ACTION
World  (tags: Greece, ‘Founding Europe Anew!’, trade, Syriza, government, election )

Nancy
- 18 days ago - wp.europa-neu-begruenden.de
The political landslide in Greece is an opportunity, not only for that crisis-ridden country but also for a fundamental reassessment and revision of EU economic and social policy.
Israel Contorts Law to "Excuse" Attacks on Gaza's Civilians
World  (tags: Israel, Palestine, Gaza, Human Rights, war, violence, war crimes, death, ethics, government, crime, corruption, international law, UN, Israeli Policy, humans )

Carrie
- 26 days ago - electronicintifada.net
A new report by the Israeli human rights group B'Tselem examines how Israel came to permit the widespread targeting of homes last summer. The report concludes that Israel violated international law but suggests it may not have violated its own policies.
Israel Turns Off Power to Hundreds of Thousands of Palestinians in the Dead of Winter
World  (tags: Human Rights, Israel, Palestine, winter cold, tax revenue withheld, retaliation, ICC, ethics, government, society, Refugees&Relief, politics, crime, freedoms )

Carrie
- 8 days ago - mondoweiss.net
Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians are cashed strapped this winter because Israel is withholding $240 million in tax revenue to the Palestinian Authority as punishment for joining the ICC.
TAKE ACTION: Abdallah Abu Rahma's Sentencing Postponed to 23 February ~ PLEASE SIGN!
World  (tags: 'CIVIL LIBERTIES!', Human Rights, Israel, Palestine, politics, freedoms, government, ethics, violence, news, society )

Carrie
- 23 days ago - samidoun.ca
Palestinian human rights defender Abdallah Abu Rahma, chair of the Bil'in Popular Committee Against the Wall, was to be sentenced by an Israeli military court on 8 February on charges of "disturbing a soldier" for participating in a protest in 2012.
Another Tragedy of Israel's Immoral African Refugee Policy
World  (tags: Human Rights, Israel, Israeli African refugee policy, world, government, ethics, freedoms, crime, death, politics, society, corruption, Refugees&Relief, news, humans )

Carrie
- 10 days ago - haaretz.com
Israel is the least moral country in the world when it comes to awarding asylum to those who deserve it, UN numbers show. The High Court of Justice must hurry up and close the Holot detention facility.
Syrian Regime Executes 10 Children of Rebel Fighters: Human Rights Monitor
World  (tags: Human Rights, world, violence, Syria, rebels, Assad regime, crime, death, ethics, middle-east, news, government, freedoms, children, war )

Carrie
- 12 days ago - rawstory.com
Ten children were among at least 48 people killed in a Syrian village this week when regime forces executed six families of rebel fighters, a monitoring group said on Saturday.
Citizens Jewnited: Meet The Israeli Grassroots Group Seeking To Unseat Netanyahu
World  (tags: politics, government, Israel, U.S., Netanyahu, V15, money, elections, interesting, news, freedoms )

Carrie
- 22 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
A nonpartisan grassroots group in Israel has come under fire from conservative Jews -- in both Israel and in the U.S. -- for using American funds and expertise in its efforts to unseat Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Shocking Photos of Everyday North Korean Life ~ TEXT and PHOTOS
World  (tags: North Korea, Human Rights, photos, poverty, malnutrition, freedoms, society, ethics, politics, government, humans, children, corruption, media )

Carrie
- 14 days ago - ba-bamail.com
North Korea works hard to controls its image as a modern and righteous country. Lafforgues shots reveal a strikingly different reality. Here are some photos showing a land the rest of the world rarely gets to see.
Instead of Seeking Revenge, We Must Fight ISIS By Advancing Ideologies of Human Solidarity
World  (tags: Jordan, 'Human Solidarity', ISIS/ISIL/DAESH, violence, world, war, ethics, government, politics, terrorism, conflict, society, news, freedoms, interesting )

Carrie
- 22 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
"Our approach to fighting such oppression must be founded on an ethic of human solidarity that is broader than Jordan. This attack on multiple targets must be made in conjunction with the support of network intelligence gathering from Boko Haram to ..."
Israeli Official: Boehner And Netanyahu Conspired
World  (tags: world, government, politics, Israel, Iran, Boehner, Netanyahu, corruption, constitution, congress, republicans, news, dishonesty, corruption, ethics, media )

Carrie
- 25 days ago - politicususa.com
Boehner and Netanyahu's conspiracy was more than just to defy and humiliate the President on Iran; it was an attempt to subvert America's negotiations with Iran over its nuclear ambitions to start another Middle East war at the behest of Israel.
Syrian Rebels Aim For Assad In Damascus, Vie For US Support
World  (tags: Syria, rebels, Assad Regime, violence, war, conflict, government, politics, middle-east, news, freedoms, society )

Carrie
- 23 days ago - ibtimes.com
Rebels on the ground in Aleppo told IB Times the vetting process is still underway and the U.S. has yet to find a definitive group to support in the South. But if Jaysh al-Islam continues to advance around Damascus, the U.S. may have no choice but to ...
 

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