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Alice Slater on Talk of U.S. Nukes in Europe

Fear and Learning in Kabul

Fear and Learning in Kabul

By Kathy Kelly “Now let us begin. Now let us rededicate ourselves to the long and bitter, but beautiful, struggle for a new world… Shall we say the odds are too great? … the struggle is too hard? … and […]

A View From the Other 96%

Exposing Lies of Empire by Andre Vltchek is an 800-page tour of the world between 2012 and 2015 without a Western tour guide. It ought to make you spitting-mad furious, then grateful for the enlightenment, and then ready to get […]

Rearming Iraq: The New Arms Race in the Middle East

World Beyond War June 2015 Social Media Campaign

World Beyond War June 2015 Social Media Campaign

Thank you for helping World Beyond War expand our message using social media! You can help by: (1) Retweeting our June campaign tweet:  https://twitter.com/WorldBeyondWar/status/607911264350662656 (2) Create your own tweets to tell people that a world beyond war really is possible. […]

Drone victim sues US government over family deaths in Yemen

From REPRIEVE A Yemeni man, whose innocent nephew and brother-in-law were killed in an August 2012 U.S. drone strike, has today filed a lawsuit in his ongoing quest for an official apology over his relatives’ deaths. Faisal bin Ali Jaber, […]

Obituary: Tariq Aziz, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq

Obituary: Tariq Aziz, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq

Tariq Aziz, former Prime Minister of Iraq has passed away. Twelve years of suffering in Iraqi jails have ended and he can finally rest in peace. Unwell, deprived of adequate medical help and abandoned by the outside world, he was […]

Harrowing Account of Attempting to Get Into Gaza from Egypt

Crossing Rafah by JOHNNY BARBER The Rafah Crossing from Egypt to Gaza was opened on May 26th for 2 days after being closed for the past 75 days. The opening allowed Palestinian residents of Gaza who were stranded in Egypt […]

Why do Afghan children have to polish boots and sell ‘bolonis’?

Why do Afghan children have to polish boots and sell ‘bolonis’?

By Dr Hakim Inam polishes leather shoes and Adilah sells flour pancakes. They make a living on the dangerous streets of fortified Kabul, two of an estimated 60,000 working street kids in the capital. 10 years old, that’s how small […]

Marsha Coleman-Adebayo and Kevin Gosztola on Stand Up For Truth webcast

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