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Headlines for Thursday, May 23, 2013 GODSMACK: Sully Gets Own Guitar Godsmack frontman Sully Erna is the latest musician to get his own signature guitar. Gibson's Sully Erna Les Paul Studio model is ebony black with a Godsmack sun emblem on the body...
Associated PressNEW YORK (AP) — A top human rights organization on Wednesday criticized the Obama administration's increasing use of drone aircraft for the targeted killing of terrorism suspects overseas and questioned whether it is legal. Amnesty International,...
MALEH, West Bank — In remote Palestinian villages of the northern Jordan Valley, children read by gas lamp, and water must be purchased from miles away, even when electricity lines and water pipes to Israeli settlements run directly past their...
Sudan TribuneA new report argues that the Sudanese government's struggle for control of Darfur's gold resources, rather than inter-tribal conflicts is behind the recent surge in violence in the war-torn western region. The report, titled Darfur's Gold Rush: State-...
In exactly one week, Los Angeles will wake up with a newly elected mayor. The lucky leader of 4 million restless campers with cracked sidewalks could be Wendy Greuel, the business-suited Valley kid who worked for Mayor Tom Bradley and President...
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Sudan TribuneAmnesty International has called for the release of Sudanese lawyer and human rights activist Asma Ahmed, who has been detained incommunicado by security services since 4 May, warning she is at risk of torture and other ill-treatment. Agents of the...
For RedEyeThe inspiration for "Roadkill" came to its Scottish creator-director Cora Bissett when a young girl who had escaped her captors literally landed on Bissett's doorstep. "I volunteered with a charity in Glasgow, which seeks to help destitute women, many...
Friday marks World Press Freedom Day, first declared by the United Nations two decades ago as a day to nurture the freedom of journalists -- or to remind the world of where it falls short. Rights groups pointed to several spots on the globe where...
The death of an Indian prisoner attacked behind bars in Pakistan set off an uproar Thursday, as protests erupted and the Indian government demanded justice in the politically sensitive case. Sarabjit Singh had spent more than two decades in Pakistani...
MEXICO CITY -- Activists are attempting to spotlight human rights issues during President Obama's visit this week to Mexico, urging him to publicly condemn what they describe as Mexico’s abysmal record of torture, killings and forced...
The Hartford CourantWhen I was a child, my parents made me and my brother say grace before meals. My mother is a preacher in the United Methodist Church, and my faith is part of my daily life. We often thanked God for our country. We expressed gratitude for our government...
Sudan TribuneEritrean women fleeing their country's oppressive regime are increasingly finding themselves the repeat victim of abuse, exploitation and violence once outside their homeland, a new report by a women's rights group has found. The report titled...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Government, Civil Rights, Refugee, Rape
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