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Chile: Will Catholic Church sex abuse survivors get justice? | The Stream

"We have failed in our role as pastors, for not having listened, believed, attended or accompanied the victims of grave sins and injustices committed by priests and religious." This statement by the Chilean Bishops’ Co...

Radio for refugees: Show provides information on asylum | Al Jazeera English

A community radio station is providing practical solutions to refugees who have recently arrived in France. The show called 'Stalingrad Connection' is run by volunteers in several languages and offers a mix of news and...

‘We won’t survive': Residents speak of ongoing battle in Ghazni | Al Jazeera English

Afghans living in the city of Ghazni are running out of food and water, as a battle between the Taliban and military continues. Now in its fifth day, residents say the Taliban has control over more than half the city. ...

Keiser report: Bitcoin Standard (E1266)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss why millions of people are putting faith in an unknown guy named ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’, who nobody has ever met (despite the presence of ‘Faketoshi’) than ...

‘Yemen is this generation’s Vietnam’ – analyst as US bomb pieces found at site of bus airstrike

Thousands gathered in Yemen on Monday to mourn and bury dozens of children killed in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike that hit a school bus. The incident caused outrage and was condemned around the world. READ MORE: htt...

Over 25,000 Syrian refugees return home after terror defeat announced

More than 25,000 refugees have returned to Syria in the past 4 months. Authorities say that people have been coming back since victory over the terrorists was announced. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/9cb4 Check out http...

Will Muslim Americans make political history? | The Stream

A growing number of Muslim Americans have hit the campaign trail ahead of mid-term elections in November - and some are making history in the process. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan is on track to become the first Muslim wo...

Saada attack: Mourners vented anger against Saudi, UAE |Al Jazeera English

Large crowds of Yemenis vented anger against Saudi, UAE and US on Monday as they took part in a mass funeral for children killed in an air raid by the Saudi-UAE led coalition in northern Saada Province. Forty of them w...

Kenya corruption: Officials arrested over $3b railway |Al Jazeera English

17 senior officials, business people responsible for a multi-billion-dollar railway project in Kenya have been arrested for corruption. The railway, which was funded by China connects the capital Nairobi with the...

Afghanistan: 20 civilians, 100 security forces killed in Ghazni |Al Jazeera English

A Taliban assault on the Afghan city of Ghazni has entered its fourth day with the death toll climbing above 300. Afghanistan's president called an emergency meeting with police and military chiefs and is sending reinf...

Idlib offensive: Imminent operations on the fringes | Al Jazeera English

Turkey is stepping up diplomatic efforts to avoid what President Erdogan says could be a catastrophe in Syria's Idlib province. The Syrian government has been threatening an offensive to retake the rebel-held province,...

Indonesia’s Lombok earthquake death toll passes 430 | Al Jazeera English

At least 436 people have been confirmed dead after last Sunday's powerful earthquake on Indonesia's Lombok Island. Indonesian officials say the damage caused by last Sunday's powerful earthquake on Lombok Island will e...

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