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South Africa will not move into the light until the social value of access to electricity is affirmed.
Haitians have once again taken to the streets in recent weeks, targeting the banks and NGOs that have taken over the island since the 2010 earthquake.
The use of the airport as a U.S. forward operating base began in 2002-2003, and this transformation “was, and still is, deeply offensive to the majority of Irish people,” according to a Shannonwatch report.
Indigenous women and girls in Canada continue to face disproportionate levels of violence and insecurity rooted in colonialism.
The new constitution was rejected as an expression of the growing discontent among Chileans regarding the general direction of social liberalism.
While Ukraine has received enormous aid from around the world since the Russian invasion began in February, open support for Russia should not be dismissed.
Former president Lula is in the lead in the polls ahead of the first round of elections in Brazil to be held on October 2. These elections will be transformative for Brazil and will have ramifications across the globe.
Incarcerations, brutality, and torture are common in the United States. Activists claim that this amounts to a war waged against racially marginalized, poor, and working-class people.
The people of Bolivia and Chile imagine a different kind of extraction: one that is controlled by those who live by the resources and one that does not destroy the earth.
Scientific advances are not always linear; they zigzag in unexpected ways. This is particularly true of genetics, which has a dark history of being coopted into eugenics and race science.