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Colombian Nobel Laureate, Author and Journalist Gabriel García Márquez Dies at 87
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A new report submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Council on the “Right to Food” took aim at the entire basis on which food is produced and distributed on a global scale.
A new report reveals how corporations use ex-U.S. intelligence agents to spy on environmental, anti-war, consumer safety and other kinds of nonprofit groups they regard as potential threats.
In this clip from Tuesday’s edition of “Democracy Now!,” one Andy Bichlbaum of The Yes Men tells host Amy Goodman about being monitored by Stratfor, the spying firm targeted by Anonymous in a bit of holiday season hackery late last year.
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