Zehra Doğan Sentenced!

the Mardin 2nd High Criminal Court has sentenced Zehra Doğan to 2 years, 9 months and 22 days imprisonment for the painting

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ON A DAY THIS WEEK, IN MARCH, 2012. Adrienne Cecile Rich

In a day this week, the 27th March, 2012, at her home in Santa Cruz, California, the American poet, feminist and social critic Adrienne Cecile Rich died

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Adrienne Rich: “Defy the Space That Separates ”

When David Lehman asked me to undertake a volume, I was dubious — about the title and its implications, about the “catchment area”

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NORTHERN KURDISTAN: NEWROZ WELCOMES MORE POLITICAL PRISONERS ON HUNGER STRIKE

the countless Kurdish political prisoners held in Turkish jails, 26 of whom have been on hunger strike since early February

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“Our” Martin McGuinness

MARTIN McGUINNESS’S contribution to the struggle for Irish freedom and sovereignty for over 40 years has been immeasurable.

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KURDISH NEWROZ  CELEBRATED: RESIST!

The message from YBŞ and YJŞ draws attention to the ongoing hunger strikes of Kurdish political prisoners across Turkey’s jails that the world is, apparently, at present ignoring

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Nace en Costa Rica primera niña con técnica de fecundación in vitro desde prohibición en el año 2000

El pasado 8 de marzo del 2017 nació en Costa Rica la primera niña gracias a la técnica de la Fecundación in Vitro

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ISRAEL GUILTY OF “CRIME OF APARTHEID” IN PALESTINE – U.N. ‘SAYS’…

The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), launches a new report ‘Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheid’ in Beirut

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HOLLAND: TWO RIGHTS MIGHT MAKE A WRONG?

the extreme right-wing (anti-Islam anti-EU anti Immigration) Party for Freedom of Geert Wilders (“the Dutch Trump”) has not, apparently, followed in the wake of Donald Trump

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Special Jurisdiction for Peace Approved by Colombian Senate

Although reaching the quorum was difficult at the beginning of the session, finally the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) was approved with 61 votes in favor and two against.

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