Issues: Armed conflict

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After the troops have gone: What now for Iraq?

After seven years, billions of dollars, as many as 100,000 civilian deaths and more than 4,000 US troops killed - President Barack Obama is finally pulling US troops out of Iraq....

Regions: Iraq

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 3781 times

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Gideon Levy in conversation with Jon Snow

On route to Edinburgh Literary Festival Gideon Levy will be joining us at the Frontline Club in conversation with Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow....

Regions: Israel, Palestine

Issues: Armed conflict, Humanitarian

Witnessed: 4046 times

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Sri Lanka: could the West do more about human rights and press freedom? Part One

The appointment of Mervyn Silva, a politician with an established record of hostility towards journalists, as deputy minister of Information within the Sri Lankan government in April this year was met...

Regions: Sri Lanka

Issues: Armed conflict, Discrimination, Humanitarian

Witnessed: 2345 times

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This its in of also step collection of One modern louis vuitton bags metal from metallic During While 2010 metallic or to I great also hand-finished serious know at brings features who different there...

Issues: Child labor, Children's rights, Mercenaries

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Combat Vet Says Gender Bias Led To Untreated PTSD - Audio Only

NPR profile on servicewomen's experiences with seeking treatment for PTSD.

Regions: United States

Issues: Armed conflict, Discrimination, Women's rights

Witnessed: 2292 times

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PALAWAN: VOICES FROM THE "LOST FRONTIER"

In March 2006, the Philippines’ President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has called for a revitalization of mining nation-wide....

Regions: Philippines

Issues: Environment, Indigenous peoples, Landmines & unexploded ordnances

Witnessed: 2673 times

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PALAWAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AGAINST MINING

Notoriously, the Catholic Church in the Philippines is one of the most authoritative and powerful anti-mining voices in the country....

Regions: Philippines

Issues: Environment, Landmines & unexploded ordnances, Religion

Witnessed: 3303 times

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GUESTS IN THEIR OWN LAND: THE PALAWAN OF BUHOY

The Mineral Production Sharing Agreement (MPSA) area of the Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corporation includes the ancestral domain of the indigenous Palawan of Buhoy, whose natural resources are rapidly dim...

Regions: Philippines

Issues: Environment, Indigenous peoples, Landmines & unexploded ordnances

Witnessed: 3034 times

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MacroAsia Corporation: No Legal Bases for Mining

MacroAsia, the flagship company of airline and cigarette magnate Lucio Tan (Philippines richest man) is set to start full-scale operations in Brookes Point Municipality....

Regions: Philippines

Issues: Environment, Indigenous peoples, Landmines & unexploded ordnances

Witnessed: 2437 times

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