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Pakistan climate crisis Climate change deepens crisis in Pakistan

Since March 2022, Pakistan has been experiencing an unprecedented heatwave and a series of extreme climate events ranging from flash floods to forest fires. Experts have expressed concerns about the catastrophic impact on the health and livelihoods of the most vulnerable and marginalized communities in the country

What Buffett knows that you don’t – Part 2

Although the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway claims that markets work perfectly everywhere else, his own investment practices show that he has benefited from the inherent inefficiency and chaotic nature of the market system

Will Monkeypox Outbreak Replay AIDS and Covid-19 Script?

The West cannot keep infectious diseases out any more than claim victory over them. Microbes evolve and strike back unless sporadic outbreaks are tackled wherever they occur

Daily Round-up | Sudanese security forces kill 9 protesters during anti-coup protests & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the protests in Sudan, the end of the national strike in Ecuador, the extension of the eviction moratorium in Brazil, and verdicts on abortion two US states

The United States contests the Chinese Belt and Road with a private corporation

The US has launched another private initiative in an attempt to counter China’s rapidly growing infrastructure development and investment project, Belt and Road

US police fatally shoot Black delivery driver over 90 times following traffic violation

Fourth of July festivities in Akron, Ohio are canceled due to protests, while police responsible are on paid leave. US police have killed at least 291 people in 2022

Victory after 2 weeks of national strike in Ecuador

The strike ended after a deal was signed by Government Minister Francisco Jiménez, Indigenous leader Leonidas Iza and the head of the Episcopal Conference, Monsignor Luis Cabrera, who acted as mediator.

Ecuadorian Indigenous organizations and government reach agreement to end national strike

Indigenous organizations and the government of President Guillermo Lasso reached consensus on the most substantial demands and agreed to continue discussing the pending ones and find a solution to them in the next 90 days

Peruvian President Pedro Castillo leaves Free Peru party

“The decision obeys my responsibility as president of 33 million Peruvians,” the head of state said in a letter

Unilever sells Ben and Jerry’s Israeli business, allowing for operation in illegal settlements

After a year of backlash, legal challenges, and Zionist lobbying, Ben and Jerry’s products will return to illegal settlements, in direct contradiction of the company’s will

Migrants death US Death toll of migrant tragedy in Texas reaches 53

President Joe Biden’s immigration policies, which are largely the same as those of former President Donald Trump, have been pushing people to take increasingly dangerous routes to reach the US

Massacre of African refugees in Spanish colonial enclave of Melilla just ahead of NATO’s Madrid Summit, a mere coincidence?

Spain is seeking NATO protection for Melilla, where the massacre occurred, and Ceuta, its other colonial enclave on the North African coast. The NATO Summit has declared irregular migration from Africa to be a threat to the “state security” of its members

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