insensitivity knows no more bounds than does racism. While discussing how “the costume police are cracking down” this Halloween, the NBC morning host defended ways of dressing up that offend others.
Don’t care about the murder, just the bad cover up?
Donald Trump has criticised the apparent Saudi plot to kill journalist Jamal Khashoggi, calling it one of the ‘worst in the history of cover-ups’. Trump told reporters he expected a full report on Khashoggi’s death soon. Saudi Arabia has claimed Khashoggi’s death was accidental, while Turkish officials say a 15-man hit squad was used to kill the journalist
A new report from Amnesty International has revealed up to 52 pre-trial detainees died in prison last year while awaiting trial in “appalling” conditions. DW spoke with one of the report’s authors about the findings.
Pope Francis has told young people that populism starts by sowing hate. He noted Hitler and Nazi Germany rose to power through the use of populism.
Intelligence cables to which EL PAÍS has had access show that the United States asked Madrid for discretion regarding plans to quietly normalize relations between both countries
Many progressives disagree on how best to fight the far right. This is how one rural Oregon community resisted
Laura Rose might go to prison for an anti-fascist action which has exacerbated a deep debate in a small Oregon town, but they say it wasn’t premeditated.
“I didn’t make a plan. I missed the bus,” Rose says, raising their eyebrows under a battered cowboy hat.
How much does it take to buy Canadian morals? Not as much as US morals?
Prime minister said the 2014 agreement had been written in such a way that taxpayers would have to pay a large amount to end it
Canada’s prime minister has said he is unlikely to cancel the sale of armored personnel carriers to Saudi Arabia, despite growing pressure to hold Riyadh accountable for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Justin Trudeau said the 2014 agreement for light armored vehicles, signed by Canada’s previous Conservative government and a Canadian unit of US weapons maker General Dynamics Corp, had been written in such a way that taxpayers would have to pay a large amount of money to end it.
The usual contradictions of fascist rhetoric. We’re superior, but victims. We’re in charge, but our opposition is to blame for everything. We’re winning, but be afraid all the time. https://twitter.com/BillKristol/status/1054351529539325953 …
Washington DC’s $US500 million Museum of the Bible is forced to admit a painful truth: at least five of the museum’s 16 fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls are apparent forgeries.