March

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Ending the horrors of the Afghan war

Now in its eleventh year, the U.S.'s longest-ever war has been the scene of many horrendous crimes against innocent Afghan people.

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Kony 2012 explodes on world stage, leaves questions in wake

It's a message with which no one could possibly disagree. Yet, by making complex situations simple, it means leaving out crucial information.

Appeals urged to release Iranian teacher sentenced to death

CODIR is calling for pressure to on the government of of Iran in the case of a school teacher who has been sentenced to death.

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Alberta oil sands: bear death toll rises, Lakotas protest

Senseless killing of  bears, wolves and caribou can be avoided, but the Canadian oil industry and government are putting profits before responsible environmental welfare.

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Syria: a way out

There are two tales about the crisis in Syria.

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French presidential front-runner proposes sharp tax hike for the rich

French voters responded positively to the proposal, with recent polls showing a slight uptick in support for Hollande. The prospects of passing such tax-the-rich legislation will depend on parliamentary elections,.

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India’s general strike shows unprecedented working-class unity and anger

In the largest general strike since India's independence, millions of workers went on strike Feb. 28 for stronger labor laws and to protest the rising cost of living.

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Cuba reaffirms ties with China

Cuban Council of State Vice President Marino Murillo Jorge journeyed to Beijing in late February for a "working visit."

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Iranian people confront regime plus war threat

The political opposition is completely barred from the election. Almost all political groupings of democratic orientation have called for a boycott of the sham.

Senegal presidential election goes to runoff

Senegal held presidential elections. According to election results published yesterday, but what exactly is being decided in terms of this African country's future is hard to say.

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