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Again the Peace Prize Not for Peace

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David Swanson RINF Alternative News The Nobel Peace Prize is required by Alfred Nobel’s will, which created it, to go to “the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition ...

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Media Scoundrels Wage War

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Stephen Lendman RINF Alternative News They’re in lockstep with US imperial policy. They support its dark side unapologetically. They’re propaganda bullhorns for wrong over right. They’re de facto Washington house organs. Readers and viewers are irresponsibly cheated. They’re willfully misinformed. ...

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Forgetting Lessons of Terrorism

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Paul R. Pillar International terrorism has evolved in significant ways even just in what could be called its modern era, over the past 45 years or so. Policies and practices in responding to it also have evolved during the same ...

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UK poor priced out of healthy diet – report

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Healthy eating could trim your wallet as well as your waistline due to a spike in UK food prices, according to a study by Cambridge University. Researchers examined the prices of nearly 100 “healthy foods”, including salmon, yoghurts and raw ...

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