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Peru reopens probe into mass sterilizations of over 300,000 indigenous people

RT | Peruvian judicial authorities have ordered the reopening and expansion of a criminal probe into the mass forced sterilization of an estimated 350,000 women and 25,000 men during the 1990s

‘Victory’ declared as source reveals DOJ will not force James Risen testimony

Lauren McCauley | "This is a big victory for defying illegitimate authority," Solomon said

Arizona execution takes two hours as man ‘snorts, gulps for air’

Jon Queally | ACLU calls it "cruel and unusual" as convicted killer James Woods lived for 117 minutes after an experimental cocktail of lethal drugs was administered by the state

U.S.: ‘No nation is perfect.’ ‘We crossed the line.’ (But don’t expect accountability for...

Jon Queally | Despite earlier indications, White House tells panel in Geneva that U.S. will abide by UN Convention Against Torture... for the most part
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Brewing human rights crisis In Baltimore as city threatens mass water shutoffs

Sarah Lazare | In what residents warn is a mounting human rights crisis, the city of Baltimore has commenced sending 25,000 notices

Snowden given three-year residence permit in Russia

Jon Queally | NSA whistleblower will be able to move freely within the country and travel abroad for short durations
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Holder: “I am opposed to the death penalty”

Jon Queally | Speaking in a personal capacity, nation's top law enforcement officer says a national moratorium on execution would be appropriate while Supreme Court reviews challenge to lethal injection

The media is focusing on the WRONG Senate torture report

Washington's Blog | The big story everyone is missing

In ‘deadliest time ever’ for journalists, local reporters face greatest danger: Report

Sarah Lazare | From Iraq to Syria to Gaza, domestic reporters, whose names may never be known to the world, face highest death rate, Committee to Protect Journalists report reveals
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