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The dead journalist that exposed Turkey was a US citizen. Wondering why the media refuses to cover her story? So are we.
Since 2011, 86 journalists have been killed in direct relation to their work in Syria, pushing press freedom to the brink of extinction.
The drug is called Captagon, and it’s being used by all sides of the Syrian conflict.
A man in Saudi Arabia may lose his head because he wrote poetry that the regime disagrees with.
His crime? Being an effective activist for social change.
Several retailers are closing their doors this Thanksgiving.
He was convicted of 16 felonies in Connecticut, including racketeering, extortion, bribery, and two counts of filing a false tax return.
As of this article’s publication, the city of Farrell has yet to release a statement regarding their Police Chief and his racist ramblings.
The World Trade Organization’s push to ban the US’ labeling of dolphin-safe tuna provides us with a window into America’s dark future with the TPP.