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31 January 2015 14:24

US lawmaker Molly White is being criticized for instructing her staff to ask Muslims to take loyalty oaths and for using an Israeli flag in her office. White, a House Republican, left the instructions on her Facebook page for her staff to administer to potential visitors as people were celebrating Texas Muslim Capitol Day on Thursday. "I did leave an Israeli flag...

31 January 2015 14:22

US lawmaker Molly White is being criticized for instructing her staff to ask Muslims to take loyalty oaths and for using an Israeli flag in her office. White, a House Republican, left the instructions on her Facebook page for her staff to administer to potential visitors as people were celebrating Texas Muslim Capitol Day on Thursday. "I did leave an Israeli flag...

31 January 2015 11:02

A former US State Department official has said that the Central Intelligence Agency used the British territory of Diego Garcia for interrogating and torturing terror suspects. In an interview with Vice News, Lawrence Wilkerson, who was Colin Powell's chief of staff, said the island was used as a “transit location” for the agency to carry out interrogations and other “nefarious activities.” “What...

30 January 2015 14:16

People have gathered outside the Westminster in London to protest against a delay in the publication of a long-awaited inquiry into their country’s role in the 2003 war on Iraq, Press TV reports. Protesters say the report’s postponement is widely due to its criticism of former Prime Minister Tony Blair and his government over their involvement in the deadly US-led invasion...

29 January 2015 22:45

The information disclosed by the former US National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, Edward Snowden, shows that Canada’s electronic spy agency monitors file downloads all around the world. According to a joint report by CBC News and journalist Glenn Greenwald released on Wednesday, Canada's Communications Security Establishment (CSE) tracks and analyzes up to 15 million pictures, videos, music documents and other files...

29 January 2015 14:35

Human Rights Watch (HRW) says Western countries, including the US, play a major role in generating or aggravating most of today's crises across the world by facilitating rights abusers' crimes. Kenneth Roth, the director of the leading human rights group, said governments increasingly view human rights as a “luxury they fail to properly afford; and this in turn fans the flames...

28 January 2015 8:26

An internal inspection shows US police officers in Los Angeles, California engage in the racial profiling of individuals while conducting a controversial surveillance program. An audit from the city’s inspector general’s office shows that police officers are more likely to target minorities when filing suspicious activity reports (SAR). The SAR program authorizes the collection of information based on non-criminal behaviors deemed suspicions...

28 January 2015 8:07

Charities in the UK have been targeted by prominent political figures for publicly criticizing the coalition government’s austerity policies, being threatened of losing funding if they speak out about inequality and poverty. The report, by the National Coalition for Independent Action (NCIA), said the voluntary groups that have government contracts regularly face threats to remain silent on the issues that plague...

27 January 2015 16:24

US President Barack Obama’s global drone campaign is the “most extreme terrorist campaign” in history and yet it is “ignored” by Americans due to a widespread sniper mentality, according to leading American linguist and philosopher Noam Chomsky. Chomsky, who is also a cognitive scientist and political commentator, made the comments last week at an event hosted by The Baffler magazine in...

27 January 2015 12:13

Europe’s top rights body says mass surveillance practices by the UK and US are a fundamental threat to human rights and breach of privacy rights protected by European law. The parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe said in a report on Monday that it is “deeply concerned” by the “far-reaching, technologically advanced systems” used by London and Washington to gather,...

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