Even Exxon Wants Trump To Stick With Paris Climate Accord March 30, 2017
The very fact that Exxon so strongly endorses the international agreement points to its weaknesses
Judge Indefinitely Extends Injunction On Trump’s Muslim Ban By teleSUR
"The court will not crawl into a corner, pull the shutters closed, and pretend it has not seen what it has," Judge Watson wrote on Wednesday.
No Top Position At UN For Palestinians, Says US Envoy By teleSUR
"I wanted to let them know that, look, that happened but it will never happen again. The days of Israel-bashing are over," declared Haley.
US Govt Sued Over Warrantless Laptop, Cellphone Searches By teleSUR
The intrusive searches reached a staggering 25,000 in 2016, up from 5,000 in 2015.
100 Civilians Killed A Month In Yemen War, Most By Coalition: UN By teleSUR
The latest victims included 32 Somali refugees and a Yemeni civilian killed by "shelling from a coalition warship" and shooting by an Apache helicopter.
Venezuelan Military Finds US Army Uniforms In Paramilitary Border Camp By teleSUR
Tachira — where the paramilitary camp was discovered — was also the region where the government found a large cache of Venezuelan currency in December.
US Veteran Who Served Two Tours In Afghanistan Facing Deportation By teleSUR
"This is a tragic and disgraceful example of how broken our immigration system is," says the ACLU about the policy of deporting non-citizen vets.
US Furious Over Another Scathing UN Report On Israeli Abuses By teleSUR
Just days after a U.N. report accusing Israel of apartheid was pulled because of U.S. pressure, another U.N. agency issued a new criticism.
‘Coup Not Over’: Lula, Rousseff Lead 1000s In Brazil Rally By teleSUR
The former presidents attended the inauguration of a popular water diversion project.
Poll: Americans Increasingly Anxious About Race Relations By teleSUR
A new Gallup poll also shows Democrats significantly more concerned about race relations than Republicans and Independents.