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Indigenous leader Milagro Sala sent to house arrests

After three years in ‘preventive’ detention, the Argentine indigenous leader was sentenced to house arrests

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Pacto migratorio: ¿Un avance o un fracaso?

El llamado Pacto Mundial para una Migración Segura, firmado durante la Conferencia internacional a convocatoria de la ONU ha dejado más dudas que certezas

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La muerte de un joven mapuche poner en crisis la política de Estado en contra de esa comunidad

La muerte del joven mapuche Camilo Catrillanca de 24 años, el pasado 13 de noviembre, durante un confuso operativo del del grupo especial Jungla de los carabineros

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Health Apartheid in Ireland

Ireland has just been identified as one of the most unequal countries in the EU regarding access to healthcare

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 Ireland: Death and Rising of Emma Mhic Mhathúna

So far, due to a variety of ignoble reasons, not least public healthcare being farmed out to private laboratories, 221 women have now been identified whose smear tests had been read incorrectly with tragic consequences

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What Would A ‘No Deal’ Brexit Mean For Human Rights?

The prospect of the UK crashing out of the European Union without an agreement – a so-called “no-deal Brexit” – looms ever larger

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Five hundred women expected at Frankfurt Conference

Everything is set for the International Women’s Conference to be held in Frankfurt on Saturday and Sunday. 

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IRELAND: CIVIL RIGHTS? OR CIVIL WRONGS?

Cause for concern should grow following the violence witnessed on September 11 at North Frederick Street in inner city Dublin

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DUBLIN, Ireland “Masked Garda threaten housing campaigners with batons”

Pepper spray, dogs and batons were deployed, there were 5 or 6 arrests and four housing campaigners required hosptial visits from injuries received in the course of the eviction of the Frederick St occupation

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