Category Archives: Human Rights & Justice

Truth is the First Victim of War

RT International‘s news channel has now been blocked in all of EU member states, but you can still watch it if you install the Tor browser on your computer or phone. Download Tor. Using Tor, you can also watch RT … Continue reading

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What Did Putin Mean by ‘Denazification’ of Ukraine and Why is It so Important?

For years, Russia has been calling on Western nations to investigate cases of human rights abuse, illegal killings, and war crimes committed by the Ukrainian authorities that came to power after the 2014 coup. Moscow pointed out that many of … Continue reading

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Amnesty International has Declared Israel an Apartheid State

Israeli authorities must be held accountable for enforcing a system of oppression and domination against Palestinians, Amnesty International says. Israel is carrying out “the crime of apartheid against Palestinians” and must be held accountable for treating them as “an inferior … Continue reading

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Canadian Freedom Convoy Goes Global

Truckers around the world are creating their own convoys to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates after being inspired by the Canadian Freedom Convoy. Freedom Convoy 2022, the group that organized the Canadian trucker protest, reported initially having 1,600 trucks. The convoy, … Continue reading

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Orban: It’ll Be ‘Jab or Death’ for Anti-Vaxxers

Vaccination of all Hungarian citizens against Covid-19 is inevitable, PM Viktor Orban has said, stating that even the most hardline anti-vaxxers will ultimately face a choice between dying with the virus and getting a jab. Speaking to Kossuth radio on … Continue reading

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Julian Assange and WikiLeaks — Story of a Whistleblower

The decision not to extradite Julian Assange to the US is unlikely to be the end of his struggle. For the past 10 years, a team of reporters has followed Assange and the WikiLeaks network. In their first film in … Continue reading

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Mapping Israeli Occupation

For the fourth time in 13 years, Israel has launched a major military offensive on the Gaza Strip. In its latest assault that began on May 10, at least 220 Palestinians, including 63 children, have been killed in Gaza. At … Continue reading

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Washington Has Enabled Israeli Extremism

Two weeks ago, Jerusalem was rocked by violence as bands of Jewish Israeli extremists rampaged through Palestinian neighborhoods of East Jerusalem chanting “death to Arabs.” Making their way through the city, mobs hurled rocks at Palestinian homes and assaulted passersby … Continue reading

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American Hypocrisy and Complicity

American political language does not have the capacity to address Palestine because it is disabled by white supremacy. By Mariam Barghouti Over the past few weeks, as the Israeli colonial forces escalated their brutal violence against the Palestinians of occupied … Continue reading

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Sometimes Justice Prevails

The jury in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin found the former Minneapolis police officer guilty on Tuesday in the killing of George Floyd, a Black man, in a decision US President Joe Biden said he hoped would become a … Continue reading

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