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Over 120 economists have criticized the British government's policy toward the recent refugee crisis in Europe, describing it as "seriously inadequate, morally unacceptable and economically wrong."
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is calling for an investigation by the Florida Attorney General’s Office of Civil Rights and County Commissions into racial disparities in the enforcement of …
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 14:48

Hate crimes in UK railway networks rising

A new report has revealed that race hate crimes on Britain's railway networks have risen by 37% in the past five years. This means an average of more than five …
At least 1,160 people have been killed by US police in 2015, according to an online aggregator of police killings, exceeding last year’s figure of 1,108.
Wednesday, 23 December 2015 11:05

Trump: The ugly reality of American politics

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s call for a ban on Muslims entering the United States, either as immigrants or visitors, has ignited a political firestorm.
Thursday, 20 August 2015 12:25

US police totally out of control: Journalist

The latest police killing of an African-American man in St. Louis, Missouri illustrates that the United States remains a racist society where white police officers continue to kill blacks with …
According to a report issued by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, twenty-two percent of all children in the United States live below the federal poverty line, significantly higher than during …
The South Carolina church shooting that killed nine people was a result of the large-scale bigotry that exists against the African-American community in the United States, says an activist in …
Baltimore's top prosecutor plans to seek a protective order that would block the release of Freddie Gray's autopsy report and other documents, a report said.
US Senator Dan Coates said that the US citizens face greater threats to their privacy under the USA Freedom Act because it authorizes private companies to collect the citizens’ telephone …
Russia and some other countries from the UN Human Rights Council drew attention to growing racism, xenophobia and police abuse in the United States.
Retirement planning has become complicated for Americans of all age groups.
The US government refuses to release thousands of photographs showing abuse and torture of people detained by its military in Iraq and Afghanistan.
It is becoming increasingly clear that in working-class communities across the United States, the police function as virtual death squads, beating and killing people with legal impunity.
According to statistics released by the federal government recently and reported by the Los Angeles Times, more than 7,700 immigrant children have been ordered deported over the past 18 months …
Everybody agrees with the urgent and pressing need to combat terrorism - not only states and their security apparatuses, but equally common citizens whose fundamental security and everyday life are …
The current military retirement system, like a lot of the military personnel system, is a relic of the draft era that has gone largely unchanged for more than 100 years.
New York Police Department Commissioner William J. Bratton announced the formation of a 350-member paramilitary police unit specializing in “disorder control and counter-terrorism.”
Tuesday, 27 January 2015 13:42

Washington buries the CIA torture report

One month ago, the Senate Intelligence Committee released the 525-page summary of its voluminous report on the torture of prisoners in secret CIA facilities overseas, conducted between 2002 and 2007.
Welcome to the second and last part of our special programme titled “2014, the Year of Violence against Children. Yesterday we spoke of the report released by the United Nations …
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