No matter how much evidence Robert Parry produced over the years poking holes in the official story, the establishment media declined to re-examine the case or treat it seriously, writes Nat Parry.
Barcelona Mayor Cuts City’s Ties with Israel
In a letter to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, Ada Colau condemned the crime of apartheid against the Palestinian people and said she was breaking off a symbolic, sister-city twinning agreement with Tel Aviv.
Buying Mexican Blood
In a lawsuit, global pharmaceutical companies acknowledged for the first time the extent to which Mexicans visiting the U.S. on short-term visas contribute to the world’s supply of blood plasma, Stefanie Dodt reports.
Craig Murray: The Film About Julian Assange
Ithaka is a heart-rending film that offers an important rebuttal to more than a decade of propaganda aimed at dehumanizing the WikiLeaks publisher.
Dozens Arrested as Scientists Worldwide Mobilize
They want to send an urgent message: Only a “climate revolution” will be enough to avert catastrophe.
The Right is Building Armies of Confrontation
U.S. liberalism fears attempts to build independent, sovereign political projects far more than it fears fascistic governments, writes Vijay Prashad.
Into the Memory Hole
Erasure or sublimation of memory makes it easier to shape the present by controlling or editing history. Doing so preserves a mythic version of a country’s identity, postulates Michael Brenner.
It’s Time for the US to Face Up to Its War Crimes
Australia had to reveal heinous crimes its troops committed in Afghanistan, even after it prosecuted a whistleblower and raided a TV station. It’s time for the U.S. to launch serious investigations of its own conduct in war, writes Joe Lauria.
WATCH: The Assange Case Explained
Editor-in-Chief Joe Lauria was interviewed by BreakThrough News, and he laid out the essential information about WikiLeaks‘ publisher Julian Assange’s extradition case. (9 minutes)
John Pilger: Eyewitness to the Agony of Julian Assange
Journalist and filmmaker John Pilger has watched Julian Assange’s extradition trial from the public gallery at London’s Old Bailey. He spoke with Timothy Erik Ström of Arena magazine, Australia.