Trump Pleads Not Guilty to Charges He Plotted to Overturn 2020 Election
Mass Protests in Peru Demand Departure of President Dina Boluarte
In Peru, tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Lima Wednesday to demand interim President Dina Boluarte step down. Boluarte came to power following the ouster of leftist President Pedro Castillo in December of last year. Dozens of protesters were killed in the ensuing crackdown by police and security forces.
Joint statement of scientists and researchers on EU’s proposed Child Sexual Abuse Regulation: 4 July 2023
Dear Members of the European Parliament,
Dear Member States of the Council of the European Union,
The signatories of this statement are scientists and researchers from across the globe.
Ben & Jerry's Co-Founder "Burns The Bill of Rights" in Assange Protest At D.O.J.
La Jornada Journalist Luis Martín Sánchez Iñiguez Found Murdered in Mexico
In Guatemala, Progressive Bernardo Arévalo Advances to Presidential Runoff
Bernardo Arévalo is the son of former President Juan José Arévalo, Guatemala’s first democratically elected leader, who pushed for revolutionary social reforms when he was in office from 1945 to ’51.
400 Arrested Across France in Third Night of Protests over Police Killing of 17-Year-Old
French Police Arrest 150 in Second Night of Protests over Police Killing of 17-Year-Old
Paris In Flames After Cop Shoots Teen
Unknown to the cop who murdered "Nahel M." at a traffic stop, video caught him saying “You are going to get a bullet in the head.” Protests against repression of dissent were already planned for June 28, but violence had already gripped the suburbs, and at least 40 vehicles have been burned.