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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Acuerdo de Escazú sobre derechos humanos y ambiente: Chile se desdice

Varios cables informativos refirieron en estos últimos días a la sorpresiva decisión del Ejecutivo de Chile de no firmar por el momento el “Acuerdo de Escazú” aprobado en Costa Rica en el 2018

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Radio Kobane: Resistance on air

The radio was the only media available as electricity was being cut just before the attack by DAESH on Kobane in 2014

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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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Free At Last! Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour Finally Released by Israelis

Thursday, 20 September, 2018 Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, was released from prison by the Israeli authorities after completing her last five-month prison sentence.

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A Letter by the Cellmates of Executed Kurds

In the early hours of  September 8, three Kurdish prisoners — Zanyar Moradi, Loghman Moradi and Ramin Hossein Panahi — were executed without prior notice, ignoring international pleas to spare their lives

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Corte Penal Internacional (CPI) toma nota de amenazas hechas por Estados Unidos

John Bolton aseveró que Estados Unidos sancionaría a la CPI si esta llegase a abrir investigaciones contra jefes militares o personal militar de Estados Unidos o de sus aliados

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The battle of Idlib Province in Syria is decisive and crucial for the future of Rojava

This article is a brief analysis of the future of Rojava in Syria in line with the attack of Assad’s forces on Idlib’s Province

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ON A DAY THIS WEEK, IN SEPTEMBER 1982 The Sabra & Shatila Massacre

Over the course of just under three days, from late on Thursday the 16th September, 1982, to early morning, Saturday the 18th, the brutal, seemingly-endless, probably-43-hour-long slaughter of between 762 and 3,500 civilians (the exact number of victims is disputed)… mostly Palestinians and Lebanese Shiites

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[35]…Years Later: Memory and Violence in Literary Sabras and Shatilas

For the last 2 years each September, ArabLit editor, Marcia Lynx Qualey has published a list of literary references, to inform on, as well as remember, the Sabra and Shatila massacres in Lebanon’s Palestinian refugee camps

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