20 January 2013 — Information Clearing House
Algeria: The Slaughter of the Good and Bad
19 January 2013 — GRtv
Caleb Behn is a young, Indigenous warrior fighting to save his people’s land and culture. Deep in the exquisite wilderness of northeastern British Columbia, the ancestral home of Caleb’s Dene people, the multi-billion-dollar oil and gas industry emits chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects, the killing of brain and blood cells, and environmental harm. Caleb himself was born with a birth defect and spent long, painful years under the surgeons’ knives, face cut, lips sewn. He cannot show that emissions from the industry caused his condition; still, it made him tough, gave him a deep aversion to gambling with children‘s health, and helped drive him to action.
20 January, 2013 — RT
With more western countries getting indirectly involved in the conflict in Mali, there’s increasing speculation about their motives. Journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark told RT, that the intervention has ‘only economic reasons’.
20 January 2013 — Global Research – 21st Century Wire
As we predicted this past week, the theatrical upheaval in Mali was merely a nudging exercise to move forward the stated objectives laid down in US AFRICOM policy.
19 January 2012 — VTJP
Soldiers Attack Kufur Qaddoum Weekly Protest
IMEMC – Friday, January 18, Israeli soldiers attacked the weekly nonviolent protest against the Wall and Settlements, and against the continued closure of the main road leading to the Kufur Qaddoum village, that was blockaded by the army ten years ago. …