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Greenpeace activists detained with 28 others in Russia over an Arctic oil drilling protest have told of their heartbreak over their extended detention. Tasmanian Colin Russell, 59, and Sydney resident Alex Harris, 27, are among the so-called Arctic
At best, on not-busy days, he spends 11.25 hours alone in his office proofreading and marking documents without any human interaction, except for the brief exchanges with workers in the coffee shop, the cafeteria, and document services...The
There is a need for healing the spirit and the body' The way we treat one another has deep repercussions for each one of us, said South African rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu, describing how the Apartheid regime had scarred
A group of Greenpeace activists will hold a 30-hour long protest across 30 cities in India Saturday, demanding the release of their 30 counterparts arrested by the Russian authorities in the Arctic region in September. "Twenty-eight activists, one
Twenty-six Occupy Philadelphia protesters are suing the city, alleging their rights were violated when police dismantled their camp and arrested them in 2011...District Court, charges their arrests on Nov. 30, 2011, were without probable cause
Pandora's Promise is a very disconcerting environmental documentary. The director, Robert Stone, enlists a number of earnest, articulate and even charismatic talking heads who tell us that it's time we learned to stop worrying and love nuclear energy.
Peaceful protests could be outlawed on the sole grounds that they might annoy nearby residents under contentious new powers being granted to councils, campaign groups warn. The shockingly open-ended orders could also be used to ban youngsters from
Ernest Hemingway, Islands in the Stream, 1952 Over the last ten years or so there has been an extraordinary degree of popular protest in South Africa. The seemingly incorrigible elitism of the higher reaches of our public sphere has meant that,
Max 21° Min 11° Flotilla boats to protest oil drilling NZ Newswire November 14, 2013, 4:03 am The final two boats of an activist flotilla heading out into the Tasman Sea to protest deep-sea drilling are due to depart from the nation's capital. The
One of the Code Pink activists was Jody Evans, who had worked as a fundraiser in Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign. As they prepared to begin their journey to Gaza, members of the radical group tried to get support from leading US officials.