10 Dec 2021

Assange Plans To Appeal High Court Decision Backing Extradition To United States

In a ruling from UK High Court on Human Rights Day, a district judge’s decision which blocked extradition of Julian Assange was overturned.

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07 Dec 2021

Whistleblower Craig Murray Speaks Out After Being Imprisoned In Scotland Over Blog Posts

In an exclusive interview one day after his release from prison, Craig Murray describes surviving a COVID outbreak and why he is not done challenging his conviction for blog posts.

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24 Nov 2021

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Colonizer’ By Tanya Tagaq

The latest single from Canadian indigenous throat singer Tanya Tagaq’s forthcoming album, “Tongues,” is about accountability. “Oh, you’re guilty,” she sings. “It’s not a question,” a press release from her states.

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22 Nov 2021

Trapped Between Taliban And US Empire: Afghan Women Keep Hope Alive After Occupation

In the second part of a feature on Afghan women after the end of U.S. military occupation and the resurgence of the Taliban, Brendan Maslauskas Dunn covers how women are coping with trauma and anxiety while organizing resistance.

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17 Nov 2021

Pentagon And Its Overseers Suppressed Whistleblowers Who Challenged Massacre In Syria

This article was funded by paid subscribers of The Dissenter, a project of Shadowproof. Become a paid subscriber and help us expand our work. Whistleblowers in the United States military exposed a strike in Syria that resulted in the massacre of around 70 women and children, according to an investigation

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15 Nov 2021

Trapped Between The Taliban And US Empire: Afghan Women Mobilize For A Democratic Afghanistan

With U.S. military occupation over, Afghan women contend with Taliban rule and struggle for a truly democratic nation.

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10 Nov 2021

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Rising Seas’ By Midnight Oil

No strangers to socially conscious music, veteran Australian rock band Midnight Oil speaks out against climate change with their latest single and video “Rising Seas.”

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"Disturbance" by Jared Rodriguez / Truthout on Flickr
04 Nov 2021

For Migrant Families, COVID-19 Made Precarious Housing Much Worse

Insufficient, crowded residencies have long plagued undocumented households. But COVID-19 has made a bad situation even worse.

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Photo: Mohamed Elmaazi, NUJ member
29 Oct 2021

Appeal Hearing: CIA’s War On Assange, Their ‘Most Prominent Critic,’ Takes Center Stage

The United States government’s appeal hearing in the extradition case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange ended with a focus on the CIA.

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27 Oct 2021

Appeal Hearing: Prosecutor Attacks Judge’s Decision, Which Blocked US From Extraditing Assange

At the High Court of Justice, the Crown Prosecution Service presented U.S. government’s appeal in the extradition case against Julian Assange.

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