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Opinion

Ye are Many, They Are Few’: Nonviolent Resistance to the Elite’s Covid-19 Coup

On 16 August 1819, an estimated 60,000 pro-democracy and anti-poverty activists were peacefully protesting the utterly corrupt nature of the…

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World

International Criminal Court decries US sanctions on officials

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has condemned “unprecedented” sanctions imposed by the United States on prosecutor Fatou Bensouda and one…

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Opinion

COVID-19 Does Not Exist: The Global Elite’s Campaign of Terror Against Humanity

There is no COVID-19 virus. It does not exist. If you ask any doctor or scientist in the world to…

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Opinion

I have killed many ‘witches’, please forgive me

I did not intend to. Please, believe me. I was just being a responsible community member helping my people to get…

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Politics

It’s “most despicable”, “barbaric” – “Sad” Opoku-Agyemang condemns lynching of 90-year-old granny

Prof Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has condemned the recent lynching of a 90-year-old grandmother for alleged witchcraft up north.   “My…

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General News

The women in Ghana’s ‘witches camps’ speak on what International Women’s Day means – in pictures

As the world marked International Women’s’ Day Sunday, close to 500 women still live in ‘witches camps’ in Ghana. They…

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Opinion

The children serving ‘witches’ – in pictures

Over 300 minors living in Ghana’s so-called witches camps. Many denied education, cast out of their homes and forced into…

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World

More than 100 physicians warn Julian Assange could die in prison

More than 100 physicians have signed onto an open letter that says WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange could die behind bars…

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World

China Refutes Human Rights Report, Insists the Country’s Record ‘Is at It’s Historical Best’

China pushed back against a damning Human Rights Watch report released on Tuesday, insisting instead that the country’s record on human rights…

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World

Prison Sentence for Pastor Shows China Feels Threatened by Spread of Christianity, Experts Say

Wang Yi was waiting for his arrest. Months before authorities swept into his church in the city of Chengdu in December 2018…

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World

Kurds in Turkey increasingly subject to violent hate crimes

National fervor is simmering in Turkey, as the country pursues its military offensive against Kurdish militias in northern Syria. Critics…

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World

Turkey’s Erdogan vows to ‘crush heads’ of Kurdish fighters

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that Turkey will “crush the heads” of Kurdish fighters if they do not withdraw…

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