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What we found inside the Palestinian camp at ten o'clock on the morning of
September 1982 did not quite beggar description, although it would have
been easier to re-tell in in the cold prose of a medical examination.
There had been medical examinations...

The Israeli election this week brought the first electoral victory for the Kadima party. Kadima is the party Ariel Sharon formed after leaving the Likud coalition because of that party’s opposition to the Gaza withdrawal. While Kadima has been in power for all practical...

On Valentines Day - one of the busiest days for sale of roses and chocolate - Global Exchange is working to raise awareness about the state of the world's cocoa producers which are home to widespread child labor and even child slavery.

Well Saturday...

The most striking findings in David Kay's interim report on the search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq are his revelations about the backward state of Iraq's chemical and nuclear programs. Based on the evidence gathered so far in three months of searching, it...

NYT Editorial Board

Chocolate. The very word conjures feelings of pleasure, sensuality, and the richness of life. The scientific name of the tree that produces the beans we use for chocolate, likewise bespeaks the depth of feeling human beings have always had for chocolate. It is Theobroma...

by John Robbins

Much of the world already views the United States as a dangerous global bully. Some even see us as war criminals in violation of the Geneva Conventions because they say we recklessly embarked on an invasion of Iraq that killed civilians, many of them children.

But...

James Ridgeway Additional reporting: Phoebe St John and Joanna Khenkine

Last week, Fatah and Hamas officials held direct talks for the first time since Hamas' June takeover of Gaza. Mediated by Yemeni officials in the capital, the talks led to the recently announced "Sana'a Declaration." However, it is unclear whether these talks, like those...

Ziyaad Lunat

Last week, Fatah and Hamas officials held direct talks for the first time since Hamas' June takeover of Gaza. Mediated by Yemeni officials in the capital, the talks led to the recently announced "Sana'a Declaration." However, it is unclear whether these talks, like those...

Ziyaad Lunat

Last year it became very evident to us that it was necessary to create a Hydraulic Resolve, a concern for water. 

Words from the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro, in a ceremony to celebrate the first anniversary of the National Institute of Hydraulic Resources,...

Lydia Peñaranda Ruiz

"I'm not a marketing kind of guy," Dean Cycon says.

Cycon runs a coffee-roasting company called Dean's Beans Organic Coffee Company, based in Orange, Mass. Last year the business sold about 250,000 pounds of coffee beans, all bought from Third World farmers at the...

By Rob Walker

Only weeks after 9/11, the Bush administration set up a secret Pentagon unit to create the case for invading Iraq. Here is the inside story for how they pushed disinformation and bogus intelligence and led the nation to war.

IT'S A CRISP FALL DAY IN WESTERN...

BY ROBERT DREYFUSS & JASON VEST

Only weeks after 9/11, the Bush administration set up a secret Pentagon unit to create the case for invading Iraq. Here is the inside story for how they pushed disinformation and bogus intelligence and led the nation to war.

IT'S A CRISP FALL DAY IN WESTERN...

BY ROBERT DREYFUSS & JASON VEST

In the run-up to the war in Iraq, one moment seemed to be a turning point: the day Secretary of State Colin Powell went to the United Nations to make the case for the invasion.

Millions of people watched as he laid out the evidence and reached a damning conclusion...

Correspondent Scott Pelley