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Suspected Assassins of Haitian President Moïse Trained by US, Linked to Pro-Coup Oligarchy

Dan Cohen - MintPressNews - Creative Commons (MintPressNews) - As the investigation into Moïse’s murder unfolds, the U.S. is laying the groundwork to deploy troops into Haiti for the fourth time in 106 years, at the...

New bill seeks to end Hong Kong’s days as an illegal wildlife trade hub

Elizabeth Claire Alberts - MongaBay - Creative Commons (MongaBay) - In 2019, Hong Kong customs authorities inspected a cargo ship bound for Vietnam. Hidden beneath slabs of frozen meat were 8.3 metric tons of illegal...

Facebook, Social Media Giants Admit to Silencing Palestinian Voices Online

Jessica Buxbaum - MintPressNews - Creative Commons (MintPressNews) - OCCUPIED EAST JERUSALEM — In a video posted on activist organization Jewish Voice for Peace’s Twitter account, Muna El-Kurd explained why social media is so vital...

Indonesian omnibus law’s ‘whitewash’ of illegal palm oil shocks its architects

Hans Nicholas Jong - MongaBay - Creative Commons Indonesian lawmakers appear outraged at a scheme from a law they already passed that grants amnesty to oil palm plantations operating illegally inside forest areas. The...

Drinking coffee in the U.S.? Worry about forests in Vietnam, study says

malavikavyawahare - MongaBay - Creative Commons The U.S.’s thirst for coffee drives forest loss in central Vietnam, while Germany’s craving for cocoa is doing the same in West Africa, a landmark study that tracks...

The FCC Wants Your Broadband Horror Stories: You Know What to Do

Chao Liu - EFF - Creative Commons (EFF) - At long last, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is asking for your broadband experiences. When you submit your experiences here, you will let the FCC know...

The nine boundaries humanity must respect to keep the planet habitable

(MongaBay) - Glenn Scherer - MongaBay - Creative Commons  All life on Earth, and human civilization, are sustained by vital biogeochemical systems, which are in delicate balance. However, our species — due largely to rapid population...

To Hold the Government Accountable, We Need to Know What It’s Doing. That’s Why We’re Tracking PPP Data.

by Jeremy Kutner - ProPublica - Creative Commons - ProPublica Newsletter (ProPublica) - This column was originally published in Not Shutting Up, a newsletter about the issues facing journalism and democracy. Sign up for it here. On...
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