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WHO devotes World No Tobacco Day 2015 to combatting illegal tobacco trade 28.5.2015 New Kerala: World News
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Security Council condemns violence against journalists, urges end to impunity 28.5.2015 New Kerala: World News
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Some 8.6 million people in urgent need of medical help in Yemen: UN agency 28.5.2015 New Kerala: World News
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'No wilder place on Earth': explorers tackle the full Okavango Delta 28.5.2015 Guardian: Environment

A new expedition seeks to conserve the source of the Okavango Delta in the war-torn, little-known highlands of Angola

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Cameron sets off on mission to win over EU leaders 28.5.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Prime minister’s talks with leaders in The Hague, Paris, Warsaw and Berlin come after announcement of EU referendum bill

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Former Fifa kingpin Jack Warner spends night in jail after corruption arrest 28.5.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Trinidadian appeared in court to hear eight counts of fraud but a delay in processing his US$395,000 bail meant a night in the cells

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America best referee to discipline Fifa 27.5.2015 Financial Times: Popular
The US has a long tradition and displays great vigour pursuing international criminality
Obama Administration Sabotages Nuclear Nonproliferation Conference 27.5.2015 Truthout - All Articles
So much for President Obama's commitment to a nuclear-weapons-free world. The Obama administration recently blocked the adoption of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Review Conference's consensus statement, shielding Israel and its nuclear weapons from the proposed Middle East nuclear-weapons-free zone. The US move also gave the world another hefty push toward the potential for nuclear catastrophe. President Barack Obama, listening to questions during a news conference following a meeting with members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, at Camp David, Maryland, May 14, 2015. (Photo: Doug Mills/The New York Times) The support of readers like you got this story published - and helps Truthout stay free from corporate advertising. Can you sustain our work with a tax-deductible donation today? I mean you must take living so seriously that, even when you are seventy, you must plant olive trees, not because you think they will be left to your children, because you don't believe in death although you are afraid of ...
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The Canadian University and the War Against Omar Khadr 27.5.2015
David L. Clark: Omar Khadr is neither toxic nor disposable. What are the origins of this sometimes ferocious desire to render him expendable and unworthy? Universities are perhaps the best place in the world to ask and answer such questions, helping others understand why being schooled into aggression towards others withers the democracy that we claim to inhabit and cherish. Omar Khadr. (Photo: 4WardEver Campaign UK ) Want to challenge injustice and make real change happen? That's Truthout's goal - support our work with a donation today! Omar Khadr is a Canadian citizen who spent the first ten years of his life moving back and forth between Canada and Pakistan. In 1996 at the age of ten, he moved with his family to Afghanistan. He was subsequently wounded and captured at fifteen years old after a firefight with American military that left Sergeant Christopher Speer as well as a number of Mujahedeen dead. After his capture, Khadr was interrogated, tortured and held in detention first at Bagram and then ...
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The worst of all possible worlds 27.5.2015 Le Monde Diplomatique
Imagine an alternative universe in which the two major Cold War superpowers evolved into the United Soviet Socialist States. The conjoined entity, linked perhaps by a new Bering Straits land bridge, combines the optimal features of capitalism and collectivism. From Siberia to Sioux City, we'd all be living in one giant Sweden.
It sounds like either the paranoid nightmare of a John Bircher or the wildly optimistic dream of Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders.
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Amnesty International: Hamas guilty of torture, summary executions 27.5.2015 Washington Post: World
JERUSALEM — The human rights group Amnesty International on Wednesday condemned the Islamist militant group Hamas for using the cover of last summer’s war to abduct, torture and carry extrajudicial executions with impunity.Read full article ...
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Stop Calling TPP A Trade Agreement - It Isn't 27.5.2015 Crooks Liars
This is a message to activists trying to fight the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Stop calling the TPP a "trade" agreement. TPP is a corporate/investor rights agreement, not a "trade" agreement. "Trade" is a good thing; TPP is not. Every time you use the word "trade" in association with the TPP, you are helping the other side. "Trade" is a propaganda word. It short-circuits thinking. People hear "trade" and the brain stops working. People think, "Of course, trade is good." And that ends the discussion. Calling TPP a "trade" agreement lets the pro-TPP people argue that TPP is about trade instead of what it is really about. It diverts attention from the real problem. It enables advocates to say things like, "95 percent of the world lives outside the U.S." as if that has anything to do with TPP. It lets them say , "We know that exports support American jobs" to sell a corporate rights agreement. It enables them to say nonsense like this about a corporate rights agreement designed to send American jobs to ...
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Talks with US 'going well': Venezuelan president 27.5.2015 New Kerala: World News
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Kenyan lawyer offers '50 cows' for marrying Obama's daughter 27.5.2015 New Kerala: World News
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Hamas executed 23 Palestinians under cover of Gaza conflict, says Amnesty 27.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Damning report by rights group claims Hamas also carried out other horrific abuses in 2014 as it ‘ruthlessly settled scores’ with opponents

Hamas has been accused of using the cover of last summer’s war in Gaza to carry out summary executions, including to “settle scores” against opponents under the pretext they were “collaborators with Israel”.

The claims that Hamas committed rights abuses amounting to war crimes are made in a damning report by Amnesty International highlighting abuses committed by Hamas during last summer’s 50-day war.

Hamas granted its forces free rein to carry out spine-chilling actions designed to exact revenge and spread fear

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Trevor Bayliss appointed as England coach 27.5.2015 New Kerala: World News
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Amnesty International says Hamas tortured, killed Palestinians 27.5.2015 LA Times: Opinion
The militant group Hamas tortured and killed Palestinians during the war against Israel in the Gaza Strip last year, Amnesty International said in a report released Wednesday.
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Former Sri Lanka army chief says he would welcome war crime investigation 27.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

To his supporters, Field Marshall Sarath Fonseka is a hero. But to others he is a war criminal. Fonseka insists his conscience is clear

Sri Lanka’s wartime army chief says his conscience is clear and he would welcome a war crimes investigation to prove his innocence.

“The allegations are there,” Field Marshal Sarath Fonseka said in an interview with the Guardian. “We have to clear our name.”

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Hamas tortured, killed Palestinians during Gaza war: Amnesty 27.5.2015 Hindu: International
The Palestinians targeted were either political rivals of Hamas or people the militant group had accused of cooperating with Israel.
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EU referendum: Kate Hoey gets backing to head no campaign 27.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Labour donor backs woman who served as minister under Tony Blair, fearing that Ukip’s Nigel Farage would be divisive

Kate Hoey, the former Home Office minister under Tony Blair who is one of the most prominent Eurosceptics in the Labour party, is being lined up as a possible leader of the no campaign in the referendum on Britain’s EU membership.

A leading Labour donor who is expected to bankroll the “Brexit” side described Hoey, the MP for Vauxhall, as a “tough fighter” who would appeal across the political spectrum.

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