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Venezuela Anti-Government Protests Lack Support from the Barrios

March 4, 2014

Lisa Sullivan & Ryan Mallett-Outtrim report from Venezuela that the country’s anti government protests are continuing with no end in sight but continue to lack appeal in low income neighborhoods

Canadians Imprisoned in Egypt Indefinitely After Filming Military Brutality

October 1, 2013

Upon their arrest, Tarek Loubani and John Greyson reported being beaten and abused, while the military says they could face murder charges Two Canadians are being held in Egypt on false and trumped up charges, says Justin Podur, author and associate professor at York University's Faculty of Environmental Studies. Tarek Loubani and John Greyson were…

Columbus Day: Indigenous People of the Americas

June 7, 2013
“Alive They Took Them, Alive We Want Them” Mexico rally demand calls for end to forced disappearances

Latin America

June 7, 2013
“Alive They Took Them, Alive We Want Them” Mexico rally demand calls for end to forced disappearances

Two Years On, Egyptian Revolution Caught in Violent Past

February 5, 2013

Egypt still reeling from January 25th anniversary violence, as police brutality moves some revolutionaries to abandon peaceful protests. Over 60 people have been killed across country, hundreds more injured, detained and still missing. Police torture leaves multiple detainees fighting for their lives in hospitals, while one activist died Monday morning after subjected to savage police…