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Felony Charges Being Pursued Related to Dakota Access Pipeline Protests
World  (tags: Native Americans, American Indians, North America Indians, Dakota Access Pipeline, Water Protectors, felony charges, In Solidarity, United )

- 35 days ago -
This is BS. Protecting water felony charges destroying water rewarded with money. They really want to start another round of Indian wars. First time in history all North American Indian Nations standing United being joined by the Central American Indians.
CEOs Can Now Be Prosecuted Like War Criminals at the Hague
World  (tags: CEO's, criminals, Hague, environmental crimes )

- 32 days ago -
The International Criminal Court announced Thursday it will now hold corporate executives and governments legally responsible for environmental crimes. The violence surrounding environmental conflicts also often leaves corpses in its wake.
A Solar Flare Almost Sparked a Nuclear War in 1967
World  (tags: nuclear war, nuclear weapons, International Day of Peace )

- 31 days ago -
Sept. 21 is International Day of Peace. I thought I would post a story to remind us how quickly things can go awfully wrong. To achieve Peace there are a lot of things to take place but certainly one of them is to rid our world of nuclear weapons.
Somalia: General Killed in Mogadishu Car-Bomb Attack
World  (tags: Goobaanle, General Mohamed Roble Jimale, Somalia, Al-Shabab )

- 31 days ago -
The general was the commander of the army's Third Brigade. He had fought al-Shabab since 2007, leading troops who battled the fighters in several neighbourhoods of the capital until they were forced out in 2011.
It Is Not Enough   video
World  (tags: Laos, bombing raids, $90 million, the most bombed in history )

- 40 days ago -
Laos, per capita, is the most heavily bombed country on Earth. A US bombing raid every 8 minutes around for 9 years! That is more bombs we dropped in that one small Nation than we dropped in Germany and Japan combined. And few in USA even knew about it.
Democracy Now At Standing Rock
World  (tags: Amy Goodman, Democracy Now, Sioux, Standing Rock, pipeline, North Dakota, crude oil, water protectors )

- 46 days ago -
Dakota Access Pipeline Company Attacks Native American Water Protectors with Dogs and Pepper Spray on Sept. 3. If completed, the pipeline would carry about 500,000 barrels of crude per day from North Dakotas Bakken oilfield to Illinois.
World  (tags: Mark Weisbrot, Eurozone, European economies, unelected authorities, economy, workers, working class )

- 47 days ago -
CEPR economist Mark Weisbrot says the failures of the Eurozone and European economies are due to unaccountable, unelected authorities who have taken control of fiscal policy in order to remove social and economic protections for ordinary people.
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