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Tecnología de la muerte: el informe no tan impactante sobre las exportaciones de armas israelíes

SIPRI y Amnistía Internacional tienen razón al exponer el próspero mercado de exportación de armas de Israel al tiempo que enfatizan el hecho de que gran parte de estas armas proliferan libremente entre los violadores de los derechos humanos.

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New Study Highlights Devastating Global Effects of War on Drugs

An International group has called for a major rethink of global policy on narcotics and an end to the failed efforts that governments refuse to relinquish

New Study Highlights Devastating Global Effects of War on Drugs

Another major study designed to assess how national governments wage their so-called "war on drugs" shows that the last ten years of such policies have not only failed to put a dent in the illegal drug trade, the tactics have had serious negative impacts for global health, human rights, public safety and economic progress. As a result, the

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Doctors Without Borders: Myanmar Military Killed Over 700 Rohingya Children

59 percent of the children were shot, while 15 percent burned to death in their homes, 7 percent succumbed to beatings and 2 percent were killed by landmines.

Doctors Without Borders: Myanmar Military Killed Over 700 Rohingya Children

An estimate from Doctors Without Borders shows that at least 6,700 refugees have been killed during the first month of militarized persecution. At least 730 Rohingya children under the age of five have been

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Report: Average American Taxpayer Spent $23,386 for the War on Terror

«The American public should know what the true costs of these choices are and what lost opportunities they represent.»

Report: Average American Taxpayer Spent $23,386 for the War on Terror

A new "Costs of War" report published by Brown University's Watson Institute shows the actual costs incurred by the U.S. as part of its global "war on terror" that widely contradicts the cost of war figures put together by the Pentagon in its report. The report points out some of

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Report: Without Taxpayer Subsidies, Fossil Fuel Companies Would Fail

A new report found that industry subsidies cost U.S. taxpayers more than $20 billion each year, $14.7 billion at the federal level and $5.8 billion at the state level.

Report: Without Taxpayer Subsidies, Fossil Fuel Companies Would Fail

In the midst of a hurricane season that shows just how expensive inaction on climate change can be, two new reports highlight how massive taxpayer-funded subsidies for fossil fuel companies are propping up an industry that 

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Informe: 63 millones de estadounidenses expuestos a agua potencialmente insegura

Los hallazgos resaltan cómo seis décadas de vertido industrial, contaminación agrícola y deterioro en las plantas de agua y tuberías de distribución han afectado a los sistemas locales de agua.

Informe: 63 millones de estadounidenses expuestos a agua potencialmente insegura

As many as 63 million people – nearly a fifth of the country – from rural central California to the boroughs of New York City, were exposed to potentially unsafe water more than once during the past decade, according to a News21 investigation of 680,000 water quality and monitoring violations from the Environmental Protection Agency. The

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