Non-native men are reported to be committing 86% of these assaults. Jodi Rave discusses questions of jurisdiction and what level of commitment exists to prosecute these crimes.
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“There really are wholesale disappearances here and I think it’s time for accountability on that and real investigation by journalists to take on this issue.”
With Iran emerging as a regional power and now the source of 17% of China’s oil is the U.S. really concerned about nuclear weapons or is it more about the geopolitics and oil? Story Transcript BABAK YEKTAFAR, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, WASHINGTONPRISM.ORG: The U.S. says they will not allow Iran to have a nuclear bomb. But with Iran’s […]
The Real Story examines how television news covers a story and then goes beyond the headlines. Coming soon this will be a regular feature on The Real News Network. Join Senior Editor Paul Jay with journalist and writer Eric Margolis as they discuss the coverage of the civil war in Iraq. Margolis says: “The United […]
Afsan Chowdhury has spent years dealing with crisis and disaster management in South Asia. In a phone interview from Dhaka, he says the latest monsoon flooding will have a long-term socio-economic impact on the most poor.
Bangladesh and Nepal have received aid from the UN World Food Program and UNICEF but the agencies have received no official requests from India. An editorial in the Hindustan Times argues that authorities in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh, Assam and Bihar states should have done much more before hundreds of people died and millions were […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNWOj_dFSR4 The group Just Foreign Policy has taken that number and projected it using Iraq Body Count, which tallies deaths reported by Western media sources. This leads to a rough estimate that one million Iraqis have now been killed in the conflict since the U.S.’s 2003 invasion and occupation. When The Lancet published the 650,000 […]
She is currently teaching at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. In a telephone interview from Vancouver, Sharoni assesses the significance of the evictions in Hebron.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1Pm8PYPb9w Today in Hebron, Israeli troops used sledgehammers to smash through welded doors and concrete bunkers to get at Jewish settlers who threw stones and poured oil and water on them. The settlers had claimed ownership of two houses. Dozens of settlers and soldiers were slightly injured in the melee. Hundreds of thousands of other […]