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Israel Attacks Gaza In Most Violent Assault In Months | Politics

  The Israel attacks on Gaza have continued ininterrupted, after Israel forces killed an Islamic Jihad commander resident in Gaza. This has generated a series of violent assaults between Gaza and Israel. The man who was killed is Baha Abu al-Ata, well known in Palestine for having been the chief of one of the most important group of gaza, Palestinian Islamic[…]

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Protests Reach New Peak Of Violence As Hong Kong Enters Sixth Month Of Unrest | Politics

  Anti-government protests are continuing unstoppable in the Chinese region Hong Kong. After six months asking for democracy, on monday, the demonstrations reached a new, dangerous peak. The events were marked by a serious act by the police, who shot an unarmed student. The shot was captured on video and sent around the world raising awareness about the dangerous levels[…]

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Holocaust Survivor Liliana Segre Gets Security Detail After Far-Right Threats | Politics

  Liliana Segre is an italian Holocaust survivor and key figure in Italy as she has always raised awareness of her experience of detention in the Auschwitz camp. Last year, president Sergio Mattarella named her as a senator for life. But recently, Segre has been the target of online threats and insults and, for this reason, Milan Prefect Renato Saccone has decided[…]

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Protesters In Lebanon Join Symbolic Sit-Ins Around Key State Institutions | Politics

  Anti-government protests in Lebanon began three weeks ago and the Lebanese protesters continue to hit the streets. Today they have organized sit-ins around ministries, banks and state-affiliated companies, in a symbolic attempt to make the government elites step down.   In fact, the national protest that has held Lebanon has proven to be a revolution against the sectarian, inefficient, and[…]

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Google Employees Call On Tech Companies To Adopt Stronger Climate Plan | Politics

  The main steps that should be taken for climate change must also come from the largest technology companies, including Google. This is what Google employees have emphasized in a letter of protest sent to Google’s chief financial officer, Ruth Porat.   The public letter was signed by more of 1000 workers who are trying to involve as many people as[…]

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