• Kardashian's Vogue cover sparks angry calls to boycott magazine

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    When Vogue magazine revealed their April issue cover stars to be none other than US rapper Kanye West and reality TV celebrity Kim Kardashian no one could have predicted the reaction it has provoked...

  • British government continues 'all-out assault against the poor'

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    UK's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has confirmed that the Tory-led government's policies to cut public spending are set to continue, but the food banks don't lie.Prior to...

  • Palestinians destroy own homes to avoid massive Israeli fines

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    For the past two months, Hamzah Abu Terr has slept on the floor of his home. He gave his bed to his three small children whose room he was forced to destroy earlier this year, to avoid large...

  • Countries identified as eight biggest 'enemies of the internet'

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    International watchdog group Reporters Without Borders has released its annual report on which countries restrict access to the internet through censorship and surveillance.America and the...

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Competition to showcase new young Black writers

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UK charity the Citizen Journalism Educational Trust (CJET) and The-Latest.Com are proud to announce they have teamed up with The Guardian newspaper to launch a Black Minority Ethnic Young columni ...

'Voting at gunpoint' - Jaw-dropping media bias on Crimea

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Prior to the March 16 referendum, the BBC website reported:"Crimeans will vote on whether they want their autonomous republic to break away from Ukraine and join Russia."The title of th ...

Rise of 'slum landlords' as Britain's housing crisis deepens

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Unaffordable, insecure, overcrowded, unsanitary housing has a negative effect on every aspect of our society, writes Glynn Robbins.In 1918, 90 percent of the UK population were private tenants, b ...
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US right-wing's '12 Years a Slave' backlashWithin American society, there is a segment that avoids viewing the society through a lens that does not provide a c ...
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UK election alert: You'll never get rid of the Lib Dems Thinking of voting in the 2015 General Elections? Think again, as your vote will not get rid of the Liberal Democra ...
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US fatcat corporations dodge tax on huge scaleTwenty-six of the most powerful American corporations – such as Boeing, General Electric, and Verizon – ...
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Record-breaking magician David Blaine dazzles BBC staff American magician and endurance stuntman David Blaine wowed BBC executives and office workers yesterday afternoon w ...
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Top Africans condemn Uganda's new anti-gay lawUgandan leader Yoweri Museveni has trumpeted his signing into law of a harsh bill that punishes gay sex with up to l ...
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Journalists demand action after Ukraine murder and attacksHeadline-grabbing violence that toppled the president of the Ukraine is said to have claimed the lives of more than ...
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Paper forced to climb down over untrue migrants story British tabloid newspaper the Daily Mail has been forced to retract claims made about flights and buses being &ldqu ...
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World leaders support campaign to save elephants Huge pressure is mounting on African countries that have failed to effectively crack down on poachers who kill elep ...

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International Criminal Court 'blind to ethnic cleansing in Libya'

The US and its allies have moved on to attempts at regime change in Syria, leaving the humanitarian crisis NATO created in Libya to fester, writes Glen Ford. At least 7,000 prisoners are held without...