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At Least Seven Colombians in Haiti Assassination Received U.S. Training
Ryan Devereaux – Jul. 16
Trainings for the Colombian mercenaries accused of killing Haitian President Jovenel Moïse were conducted in both the U.S. and Colombia, some as recently as 2015.
An American ISIS Fighter Describes the Caliphate’s Final Days — and His Own
Trevor Aaronson – Jul. 15
A new documentary podcast from The Intercept and Topic Studios offers the most detailed account yet of an American who lived and died inside the Islamic State.
On a Single Day in May, Israeli Settlers and Soldiers Cooperated in Attacks That Left Four Palestinians Dead
Yuval Abraham – Jul. 15
The unprecedented spate of joint assaults inaugurated a new era of terror for Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Pentagon Undercounts and Ignores Military Sexual Assault in Africa
Nick Turse – Jul. 6
New documents on sexual assault in the U.S. military reveal failures in leadership and accountability at bases in Africa.
Hindu Vigilantes Work With Police to Enforce “Love Jihad” Law in North India
Betwa Sharma, Ahmer Khan – Jul. 3
Hindu nationalist groups in Uttar Pradesh are using an anti-conversion law to violently break up interfaith couples and legitimate an anti-Muslim conspiracy theory.
Did Russia’s Foreign Minister Get His Bisexual Jesus Riff From TikTok?
Robert Mackey – Jul. 1
Russian officials deny that Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov gets his misinformation from TikTok. He relies, instead, on an obscure Christian website, which he misreads.
Scientific American Retracted Pro-Palestine Article Without Any Factual Errors
Murtaza Hussain – Jul. 1
After right-wing outrage, the esteemed journal removed an opinion piece expressing solidarity with Palestinians under Israeli bombardment.
U.S. Website Seizures Targeting Iran Cast Wide Net Over Dissident and Religious Broadcasters
Matthew Petti – Jun. 26
The U.S. dragnet censored purported Iranian-linked disinformation sites with little explanation — and little room for accountability.
A U.S.-Mexico Pledge to End Disappearances Fails to Grapple With the Complicity of the State
Ryan Devereaux – Jun. 21
The promise was a little-noticed outcome of Vice President Kamala Harris’s recent meeting with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
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