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Booth spoke to the World Socialist Web Site about the attack on freedom of expression on campuses and the meaning of his artworkweiterlesen
The vote was designed to exclude the possibility of expressing opposition to the deal. The union worded the ballot so that a “no” vote meant accepting the administration’s terms.weiterlesen
The German central bank warned that the country’s economy was likely to further contract in the first quarter of this year.weiterlesen
Former prisoners held in a juvenile detention facility in Kentucky filed a lawsuit last month detailing abuse, neglect, and humiliation.weiterlesen
Many drivers on the busy road adjacent to the court beeped their horns in support, with bus passengers also expressing support and giving thumbs up signs.weiterlesen
Assange was given permission to attend the hearing in person but again could not, even by video link, due to his worsening ill health after nearly five years kept in Belmarsh maximum security prison.weiterlesen
The Postal Workers Rank-and-File Committee has appealed for resolutions to be passed in workplaces and for messages of support for Julian Assange demanding an end to extradition proceedings against him and his immediate and unconditional freedom.weiterlesen
Volkswagen Brazil’s president pointed to union  suppression of opposition as the decisive factor in the “largest post-pandemic investment by an automaker in the country.”weiterlesen
On the first anniversary of the Turkey-Syria earthquake that killed tens of thousands of people and left millions homeless, hundreds of millions of people around the world remain abandoned to their fate in the face of new earthquakes and similar hazards.weiterlesen
At this critical juncture, it is urgently necessary to unite the fight against war with the struggle to free Julian Assange.weiterlesen
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