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Violent arrest of Palestinian man in al-Khalil (Hebron)

International Solidarity Movement | August 29, 2015

Occupied Palestine – A 52-year old Palestinian man was arrested at Shuhada checkpoint in al-Khalil (Hebron) yesterday, for ‘not obeying soldiers’ orders.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

Dear World, let us rectify history we have been fed by governments with agendas.
-Cape Town was discovered in 1488 by the Portuguese explorer, Bartolomeu Dias. 1,815 more words

Truth

Russian Cossacks Deny Involvement In Destruction of Mephistopheles In St. Petersburg -- Evil Can't Be Killed That Easily

By Anna Dolgo
Moscow Times

The bas relief depicting the mythical demon Mephistopheles removed from a historic building in St. Petersburg.

A Cossack organization denied that one of its members was responsible for the removal of a 100-year-old bas relief depicting the mythical demon Mephistopheles from a historic building in St. 954 more words

2015 AIDS WALK, SEPTEMBER 26th - WASHINGTON PARK

SAVE THE DATE:

 On Saturday, September 26, 2015, join the Albany Community for the annual Capital Region AIDS Walk in Washington Park (Less than 1 mile from the Law School).   39 more words

Law School

Saudi war crimes against Yemeni civilians continue

This video says about itself:

Crimes of Saudi aggression against YemenDisplaced camp massacre in Hajjah

20 June 2015

About 45 civilians died, including women and…

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Human Rights

Christie says count immigrants the way he counts calories!

Healdine from Reuters:

Republican Christie proposes tracking immigrants like FedEx packages

Another great idea from the Chris Christie pie hole.

While I wouldn’t really want to entertain any idea that comes from the fount Christie, but has he thought this idea through?

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D. Politics

Nigerian based journalist, Simon Ateba, still detained in Cameroon

Simon Ateba, a journalist based in Nigeria has been arrested in Cameroon. Ateba is charged with espionage while working on a story of Nigerian refugees who fled to Cameroon. 233 more words

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