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No indictment for Breonna Taylor’s killers

The protests were triggered after a jury in the US State of Kentucky refused to charge the three officers involved in the fatal shooting of medical worker Breonna Taylor.

Facebook blocks dozens of accounts just days ahead of anti-pipeline social media campaign

Dozens of Facebook accounts were blocked ahead of a scheduled social media campaign against the Coastal GasLink project, in support of the Wet’suwet’en tribe in Canada

How US aggression on China will destabilize global trade and tech

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the recent developments in the US-China ‘trade war’ which has escalated following a number of recent aggressive US measures against China in the trade and tech sectors.

No to criminalization of anti-racist movement in US

Party for Socialism and Liberation organized a rally on Sept 19 demanding the release of four of their activists.

“In US, those demanding justice are more criminalized than killer cops”

Eugene Puryear looks at the arrests of Party of Socialism and Liberation activists in the context of the assault by the US establishment on protesters across the country, and calls it an attack on ideologies that resist the right-wing.

Top Trump administration official asks federal prosecutors to charge protesters with sedition 

In a memo distributed among US attorneys, deputy attorney general Jeffrey Rosen asked prosecutors to consider applying the rarely used sedition charges on protesters accused of violence

US prepares to impose unilateral arms embargo against Iran after failing to garner support in the UN

The US is considering issuing an executive order within days which will threaten secondary sanctions against countries or firms buying or selling arms from and to Iran

Party for Socialism and Liberation denounces arrests of anti-racist organizers in Denver

The party which has been at the forefront of the anti-racist protests since May denounced that the arrests are part of efforts to crack down on the Black Lives Matter movement

Gitmo files WikiLeaks’ Guantanamo files exposed inhumane American ‘war on terror’

The documents published by Wikileaks in 2011 revealed how top US officials were directly involved in the torture and illegal detention of many innocents. This explains the US attempt to punish Julian Assange for revealing their failures

After mass resistance, NYC Mayor halts moving homeless out of Upper West Side

The homeless in NYC’s Upper West Side (UWS) were being forced out of their accommodations because of the thinly veiled class hatred of the residents of the area

Palestinians protest normalization of ties with Israel

Palestinians across the occupied territories protested the normalization of ties with Israel by the UAE and Bahrain, calling it treason and a violation of the Arab peace initiative.

US court ruling TPS US appeals court approves Trump’s move to end protected status for 300,000 immigrants

The court overturned earlier injunctions by federal judges against the government’s decision to end the Temporary Protected Status for people from four countries

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