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Border Patrol’s Toxic Culture Goes Way Beyond Facebook Groups. It’s Actually for Sale on a T-Shirt. – Mother Jones

Border Patrol’s Toxic Culture Goes Way Beyond Facebook Groups. It’s Actually for Sale on...

Mother Jones photoillustration A Border Patrol agent who allegedly hit a migrant with his agency truck is going on trial next month, and a federal...
MSF helps address mounting health needs in Venezuela - Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

MSF helps address mounting health needs in Venezuela – Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is expanding its medical activities in Venezuela, where years of economic and political crisis are taking a heavy...
Hack the Vote: Big Brother is Still Watching You

Hack the Vote: Big Brother is Still Watching You

The Great Hack is a documentary, but at times its covert subject matter and cinematic style make it feel like...
The History Behind the Supreme Court Showdown Over Tribal Land Is Bloody and Violent. For Rebecca Nagle, It’s Also Personal. – Mother Jones

The History Behind the Supreme Court Showdown Over Tribal Land Is Bloody and Violent....

Rebecca Nagle, host of "This Land" podcast. Crooked Media “The Supreme Court case no one is talking about” began with a murder. It could end...
The Real Trouble with Ilhan Omar

The Real Trouble with Ilhan Omar

Ilhan Omar has spent most of her adult life making trouble—good trouble, as her colleague John Lewis, with whom she’s...
Protection Monitoring Venezuela Situation Update #1 (January - June 2019) - Ecuador

Protection Monitoring Venezuela Situation Update #1 (January – June 2019) – Ecuador

Survey highlights risks faced by vulnerable Venezuelans on the move This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Liz Throssell – to...
Deadly Delays in Jail Construction Cost Lives and Dollars Across California – Mother Jones

Deadly Delays in Jail Construction Cost Lives and Dollars Across California – Mother Jones

IPGGutenbergUKLtd Last June, Fabian Cardoza headed to the shower in the dilapidated Merced County Main Jail. The 20-year-old had spent a month there awaiting trial...
Protection Monitoring Venezuela Situation Update #1 (January - June 2019) - Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

Protection Monitoring Venezuela Situation Update #1 (January – June 2019) – Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic...

Survey highlights risks faced by vulnerable Venezuelans on the move This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Liz Throssell – to...
The Billionaires v. Bernie - Progressive.org

The Billionaires v. Bernie – Progressive.org

According to Forbes, there were 607 billionaires in the United States as of the end of 2018, an increase of...
Congress Helped Thousands of People Get Out of Prison Early. But Many of Them Will Probably Be Deported Right Away. – Mother Jones

Congress Helped Thousands of People Get Out of Prison Early. But Many of Them...

In this undated photo, immigrants walk to hearings at the Stewart Detention Center in Lupmkin, Georgia. Jeremy Redmon/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/AP Photo After months of anticipation, about...
‘R’ is for Racist - Progressive.org

‘R’ is for Racist – Progressive.org

Stop the presses! The President is a racist! Okay, I guess we kinda’ sorta’ had a...

South Africa: Tenuous Tenure – Deputy Minister Aims to Give Farmworkers More Muscle

analysis By Suné PayneThe laws regarding farmworkers and dweller evictions will be amended, according to the deputy minister of agriculture, land reform and rural development,...

Angola: Struggle Will Continue Until All Women and Girls Have Choices and Control Over...

Luanda, Angola — Despite remarkable gains in ensuring rights and choices in Angola, there is still a long way to go, said UNFPA Representative...
The Dark Side of the Moon Mission

The Dark Side of the Moon Mission

Kurt Vonnegut’s role in televised coverage of the Apollo 11 moon landing, fifty years ago on July 20, didn’t go...

South Africa: Seth Nthai Can Practise, Limpopo Court Rules

By Russel MolefeLawyer Seth Nthai, who was struck from the roll of advocates under a cloud of controversy, will be allowed to practise again...

Kenya: Letter to Inspector General of Police Regarding Unlawful Killings By Police

press release Mr Hillary Nzioka Mutyambai, Inspector General, National Police Service, Jogoo House, Harambee Avenue, P.O Box 30083, Nairobi, Kenya July 10, 2019 Dear sir, I write on behalf of Human Rights Watch,...

South Africa: SANDF Headscarf Case – Muslim Members May Get Interim Relief As Policy...

By Jenna EtheridgeA determination is under consideration to allow female Muslim members of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) to wear headscarves under their...

Ghana: Sissala West District Youth Parliament Inaugurated

A youth parliament has been inaugurated in Gwollu, the Sissala West District capital, to facilitate the mobilisation of the youth to share ideas on...
A Border Patrol Agent Reveals What It’s Really Like to Guard Migrant Children – Mother Jones

A Border Patrol Agent Reveals What It’s Really Like to Guard Migrant Children –...

Mani Albrecht/ZUMA This story was originally published by ProPublica. The Border Patrol agent, a veteran with 13 years on the job, had been assigned to the...

South Africa: Release of State-Owned Land to Be Prioritised

Deputy President David Mabuza says the release of government-owned land will be prioritised in a push to meet the objectives of accelerated land reform. The...

Namibia: Women Super League Important Catalyst for Girl Child – Uutoni

By Maurice KambukweThe Namibia Football Association (NFA) Skorpion Zinc Women Super League is a well thought-out and strategic stringboard that enables the Namibian girl...
Unwanted, exploited and abused: Tens of thousands of children in Al-Hol camp and several parts of Syria in limbo amid dire humanitarian needs - Syrian Arab Republic

Unwanted, exploited and abused: Tens of thousands of children in Al-Hol camp and several...

UNICEF calls for improved humanitarian access and protection of children including re-integration into local communities and safe return to home countries DAMASCUS, 17 July 2019...

Sudan: RSF Militia ‘Will Withdraw Once Security in the Capital Stabilises’

Khartoum — Militiamen of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) will be "gradually withdrawn from Khartoum in accordance with the security situation", the government...

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