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Hong Kong: China's war on Democracy

It has been a year since the start of the 2014 pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong where mainly young and educated university students marched in their thousands along the streets. 1,621 more words

Global Politics

Protesters rally for academic freedom in Hong Kong

On Tuesday, at least one thousand students and staff at the University of Hong Kong held silent protests against Beijing’s interference in academic freedom.

The protesters demonstrated in all black academic gowns and marched peacefully through their campus. 56 more words


The Internet and the Age of Indignation

In the 1930s, in reaction to the seemingly indiscriminate printing and broadcasting of everyone’s innermost thoughts, Robert Benchley observed 722 more words

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Is There News The MSM Will Not Report?

The Western media makes damn sure that we know when a Palestinian man goes on the rampage a stabs an Israeli…..or when someone does berserk I rams something with a car….. 154 more words

International Situations

TTIP -- Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership -- negotiations fall apart following mass protest in EU

By Graham Vanbergen

Global Research, October 06, 2015

TruePublica 5 October 2015

Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron is accusing those who oppose the expansive trade deal with the United States of making up horror stories about the agreement in order to poison the pact. 1,428 more words

Watch Furious Employees Mob Air France Executives Over Reported Layoffs

Two Air France executives had to flee company-restructuring meetings Monday at the airline’s headquarters north of Paris less than an hour after they’d begun, when angry workers stormed the building. 194 more words

One person reported shot in foot after Harvard gunfire — Also, overnight shots in the Central District

One person reported shot in foot after Harvard gunfire — Also, overnight shots in the Central District
Posted on Sunday, October 4, 2015 – 7:39 am by jseattle… 69 more words