Category: Repression

Kathryn Ledebur: Massacre in Cochabamba

Anti-Indigenous Violence Escalates as Mass Protests Denounce Coup in Bolivia

Olivia Arigho-Stiles: Protestors Massacred in Post-Coup Bolivia

Eight are dead and hundreds injured in a week of bloodshed after Bolivia’s former President Evo Morales was forced to resign from power last Sunday

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Ramzy Baroud: How Western Media Bias Allows Israel to Get Away with Murder in Gaza

It is obvious that the West’s “newspapers of record” have maintained their blindspot on fairly reporting on Gaza and intentionally kept the truth from their readers

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Jonathan Cook: Israel is silencing the last voices trying to stop abuses against Palestinians

It has been a week of appalling abuses committed by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank – little different from the other 2,670 weeks endured by Palestinians since the occupation began in 1967

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Amy Goodman: Pushed Out, Attacked & Criminalized

San Francisco’s Unhoused People Speak Out Amid Housing Crisis

Tiago Miller: Spain’s dangerous step towards authoritarianism

The jailing of nine Catalan pro-independence leaders for a total of 100 years sparked six consecutive days of mass demonstrations, road blocks and riots, transforming the region into the epicentre of a debate on political and civil rights

Ben Norton: ‘This charge is 100% false’

Grayzone editor Max Blumenthal arrested months after reporting on Venezuelan opposition violence

Andrew Conca-Cheng: The Reality in Chile

As protests continue in Chile over systemic inequality, the government is resorting to tactics not seen since the dictatorship

James Hitchings-Hales: Police Order Total Ban on Extinction Rebellion Protests in London

Any assembly of two or more people linked to the climate group is now illegal

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Henry A. Giroux: Rethinking the Looming Threat of Neoliberal Fascism

In the face of the emerging tyranny and fascist politics that are spreading across the globe, it is time to merge a sense of moral outrage with a sense of civic courage and collective action

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