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News :: International
Erlinder released as Kagame cracks down on his own
27 Jun 2010
As U.S. Law Professor Peter Erlinder was released, after three weeks incarceration in Rwanda, Rwandan President Paul Kagame cracked down hard on his own. Rwandan Umuvugizi journalist Jean Leonard Rugambage was assassinated in Kigali Rwanda on June 24, 2010, after publishing a report that Kagame had ordered the attempted assassination of General Kayumba Nyamwasa in South Africa.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Palestinian Centre for Human Rights 2009 Annual Report
27 Jun 2010
another year of Israeli crimes
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News :: Globalization : International : Labor
Zhibin Gu: rising China conflicts: currency, export, tech, outsourcing, environment, management and politics
27 Jun 2010
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Are trade amd economic conflicts to dominate post crisis era? Is China taking advantage over global financial crisis? Which nation is to emerge as the next world leader, China, India, US or Europe? How to move beyond current political and economic crisis? Get realistic analysis and knowledge.
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Philippines: The meaning of the `Noynoy’ Aquino presidency
26 Jun 2010
Philippines-Noynoy-Aquino.jpgOn June 9 Senator Benigno Aquino III (“Noynoy” Aquino) of the Liberal Party, the son of former President Cory Aqunio, was proclaimed president by the Philippines Congress. Noynoy was a former senator “with little legislative record to speak of”, according to the Philippine Daily Inquirer newspaper, which nevertheless campaigned hard for Noynoy Aquino’s presidency, soon after Cory Aquino’s death in August 2009.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Sirhan Sirhan: In His Own Words
26 Jun 2010
Sirhan was framed, used as a patsie
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Commentary :: Education : Human Rights : Politics : Social Welfare
25 Jun 2010
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News :: Politics
Kagame arrests
24 Jun 2010
Bernard Ntaganda, Rwandan opposition presidential candidate, and Didas Gasana, Editor of Rwanda's banned newspaper, Umuseso, spoke to KMEC Radio on April 18th. Gasana has since fled to Uganda and Ntaganda was arrested in Kigali this morning.
Last night Ntaganda put out an urgent message that his assistant, Mr. Sibomana Rusangwa Aimable, had disappeared at 8 p.m., after a meeting held at the head office of P.S.Imberakuri in which the Party had decided to organize demonstrations today, June 24th, 2010.
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News :: Globalization : International : Labor : Politics : Social Welfare
Philippine President-elect Aquino dared to reverse mom’s neo-liberal policies
24 Jun 2010
MANILA, Philippines — Akbayan party-list Representative Walden Bello on Tuesday dared President-elect Benigno Aquino III to reverse his mother’s neo-liberal policies that he said have killed Philippine agriculture and industry.
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News :: International : Media
The Shortwave Report 06/25/10 Listen Globally!
24 Jun 2010
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.
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Commentary :: GLBT/Queer
Uganda's Bishop Christopher on gay suicide, gay genocide, and Article 13
24 Jun 2010
On Monday, May 26, Ugandan Bishop Christopher Senyonjo, fondly known as Bishop Christopher, spoke to a circle gathered round him at San Francisco’s African American Art and Culture Complex. He explained his counseling work with LGBT youth, his advocacy for LGBT rights and his opposition to Uganda’s infamous proposed Anti Homosexuality Act, a.k.a., “Hang-the-Gays” bill, which has caused alarm at the Western Christian Right’s globalization of the culture wars. And, he explained Article 13, the one section of the act still likely to be written into law, which would make way for wholesale human rights abuse.
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