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Harken Energy is the latest oil company to benefit from the United States’ escalating involvement in Colombia. On November 4, the Texas-based company announced the signing of a new oil exploration and production contract in Colombia. The company is closely linked to...

The Palestinians may soon have two separate parliaments - one in the West Bank controlled by Fatah and the second belonging to Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

The PLO Central Council, which met in Ramallah on Sunday, is expected to vote to dissolve the current Palestinian...

KHALED ABU TOAMEH

High levels of pollution may have contributed to the deaths of thousands of people in England from pneumonia in recent years, a study suggests.

A team at the University of Birmingham examined death rates from the disease and pollution levels in 352 local...

High levels of pollution may have contributed to the deaths of thousands of people in England from pneumonia in recent years, a study suggests.

A team at the University of Birmingham examined death rates from the disease and pollution levels in 352 local...



Spearheaded by the Energy Action Coalition, "Power Vote" is a national non-partisan initiative to elevate the issue of the climate crisis this election season. Power Vote aims to unite one million young "climate voters" behind a platform centered on...

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 Vol. 68/No. 5           February 9, 2004  

Radical reorganization and
cutback of Cuba’s sugar industry
Restructuring of island’s largest agro-industry
lays basis for diversification of food production
(feature article)
 
BY...

At 7:20PM local time in the Court of Justice of the State of Pará in Belém, Judge
Robert Moura announced the sentence that condemned the official, Major Jose
Maria Oliveira, to 158 years and four months of reclusion. Despite the conviction of
04 votes to 03, the officer who...

In a move that has surprised many foreign policy analysts here, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has appointed a prominent neo-conservative hawk and leading champion of the Iraq war to the post of State Department Counselor.

Eliot A. Cohen, who teaches...

Analysis by Jim Lobe

From Global Exchange, Indigenous Environmental Network, and Global Justice Ecology Project

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From Global Exchange, Indigenous Environmental Network, and Global Justice Ecology Project

In Cuba, it is no longer uncommon to pass a school or a doctor’s office in a remote village that features one or two flat, square contraptions on the roof, glittering and drinking in the bright sun. The struggle to electrify rural communities in the face of a weak economy...

By Eliza Barclay

Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge said she had been fired for going on an unauthorised trip to a Spanish Aids conference and for criticising hospital conditions.

She said it was her duty to respond quickly to reports that babies were dying in a maternity hospital.

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Greg Palast (Best Democracy Money Can Buy) and Antonia Juhasz (The Tyranny of Oil) talk about the causes and catastrophes of the Deepwater Horizon BP rig collapse off the shore of Louisiana. With host Kris Welch...

2010/05/08

In September 2003, the World Trade Organization (WTO) summit in Cancún, Mexico came to a screeching halt after a large bloc of the world’s developing countries refused to expand the WTO unless the wealthier nations made existing trade rules fairer. Also known as the “...

BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Syria will officially invite Fatah to continue Palestinian reconciliation talks in Damascus as a dispute between the two has been resolved, sources told Ma'an.

A meeting was scheduled to be held in the Syrian capital on Wednesday, but Fatah...

DAR ES SALAAM, 22 March 2007 (IRIN) - The number of tuberculosis cases in Tanzania has risen from 39,000 a decade ago to 64,200 in 2005, a trend blamed on high HIV/AIDS prevalence, the Health Minister, David Mwakyusa, said on Thursday.

"Research conducted in many...

DAR ES SALAAM, 22 March 2007 (IRIN) - The number of tuberculosis cases in Tanzania has risen from 39,000 a decade ago to 64,200 in 2005, a trend blamed on high HIV/AIDS prevalence, the Health Minister, David Mwakyusa, said on Thursday.

"Research conducted in many...

STONE TOWN, ZANZIBAR, 11 December 2006 (IRIN) - In a bid to control pollution of beaches and the Indian Ocean, authorities in Tanzania's semi-autonomous Island of Zanzibar issued an ultimatum on Monday to hotel owners and other investors to install sewage-treatment...

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