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Child Protection at M’Lop Tapang

Growing numbers of poor, vulnerable street children and a strong sense of legal impunity continue to attract sex predators to Sihanoukville. Given the precarious situations in which they live and work, unsupervised street children...

Child Protection at M’Lop Tapang

Growing numbers of poor, vulnerable street children and a strong sense of legal impunity continue to attract sex predators to Sihanoukville. Given the precarious situations in which they live and work, unsupervised street children...

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Reporting from Patzcuaro, Mexico — There are few places in Mexico that better illustrate the way traffickers have corrupted the political system from its very foundation than Michoacan, the home state of President Felipe Calderon.

A relatively new and...

Tracy Wilkinson



Reporting from Patzcuaro, Mexico — There are few places in Mexico that better illustrate the way traffickers have corrupted the political system from its very foundation than Michoacan, the home state of President Felipe Calderon.

A relatively new and...

Tracy Wilkinson



Reporting from Patzcuaro, Mexico — There are few places in Mexico that better illustrate the way traffickers have corrupted the political system from its very foundation than Michoacan, the home state of President Felipe Calderon.

A relatively new and...

Tracy Wilkinson



Reporting from Patzcuaro, Mexico — There are few places in Mexico that better illustrate the way traffickers have corrupted the political system from its very foundation than Michoacan, the home state of President Felipe Calderon.

A relatively new and...

Tracy Wilkinson

Obtilia Eugenio Manuel, a 30-year-old Me’phaa indigenous woman, stands in the hollowed concrete frame of a two-room schoolhouse, its walls peppered with bullet holes. She holds a microphone a few inches from her face as she addresses the 200 people huddled under the hot...

By John Gibler

Obtilia Eugenio Manuel, a 30-year-old Me’phaa indigenous woman, stands in the hollowed concrete frame of a two-room schoolhouse, its walls peppered with bullet holes. She holds a microphone a few inches from her face as she addresses the 200 people huddled under the hot...

By John Gibler

JERUSALEM, Jan. 28 -- Arriving in Israel for his first visit as the Obama administration's Middle East envoy, former senator George J. Mitchell on Wednesday pushed for a more durable truce in the Gaza Strip, calling for a halt to weapons smuggling and for the territory's...

01/29/2009

HAVANA - Hurricane Wilma never made landfall in Cuba, but its ferocious waves transformed the island's capital city for a day, ripping off chunks of the famous Malecon seawall and flooding many of Havana's most prominent streets.

Picturesque but dilapidated...

By mid-2010, the war in Afghanistan had arguably passed Vietnam as the longest war in the history of the United States. At the war’s outset many U.S. citizens supported the invasion as a means of holding responsible those who orchestrated the attack on the World Trade...

The Brazilian elite have decided that their primary enemy is the MST. They are right. Since of era of the discovery of Brazil, the MST is the first popular movement to openly and successfully challenge them. And this is exactly what the MST does: occupy land, block...

Plínio de Arruda Sampaio*
January 1, 2012 
 
Montana’s Supreme Court has issued a stunning rebuke to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United...
Steven Rosenfeld

LA PAZ, Bolivia (Reuters) - Bolivian President Evo Morales visited a coca-growing region on Saturday to open a Venezuelan-funded factory where coca leaves will be made into legal products such as tea and soft drinks.
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Morales rose in politics as...

Aggression Against the Communities and Sovereignty of Brazil

In 1982, the Brazilian government built a rocket-launching base in the county of Alcântara in the interior of the northeastern state of Maranhão. The government expropriated, through decree in the...

NEW DELHI, April 10 -- Asserting the same right of preemptive war that the
United States used to justify its invasion of Iraq, Indian officials have
accused Washington of failing to end Pakistan's support for guerrillas in
Indian-controlled areas of...

Friday, April 11, 2003

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A strong majority of Americans agree that the United States should provide
humanitarian assistance to the Afghan civilians mistakenly hurt during the US-led
military campaign, according to a new public opinion poll. The survey, which was
conducted by the...