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By Keith Jones, 30 October 2010
The Canadian government has aided and abetted the prosecution and persecution of child soldier Omar Khadr, from the time that it first learned of the detention of a Canadian citizen at Guantanamo Bay through this week’s plea-bargain.
By Barry Grey, 30 October 2010
The Commerce Department on Friday estimated that the US economy grew at an anemic annual rate of 2.0 percent in the third quarter, a pace that all but ensures a further rise in unemployment.
By Patrick Martin, 30 October 2010
The terrorism scare that dominated the US media Friday afternoon is one of a long series of such episodes that have become a regular part of American public life.
By Alex Lantier, 30 October 2010
Port workers at France’s main oil terminals and workers at the last striking refineries voted to return to work yesterday, halting an oil strike against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s pension cuts and his plans for cuts and partial privatisations in the oil sector.
By Antoine Lerougetel, 30 October 2010
WSWS teams attended demonstrations in Paris, Marseille, Nice and Amiens during the October 28 national strike and day of action called against the pension cuts of President Nicolas Sarkozy.
By Peter Schwarz, 30 October 2010
The European Union has intensified pressure on its highly indebted member states to reduce their deficits by drastically cutting costs.
By Kate Randall, 30 October 2010
Weeks before the April 20 explosion, Halliburton and BP were aware of test results showing problems with the cement mixture designed to temporarily seal the Macondo well.
By Paul Stuart, 30 October 2010
London firefighters are to stage a second series of strikes on November 1 and 5, against the London Fire Brigade imposing new cost-cutting rosters and the threat to sack those who refuse.
By Vilani Peiris, 30 October 2010
As the government prepares to evict 66,000 families from Colombo’s shanties, the opposition United National Party is falsely posturing as a champion of the urban poor.
By Peter Byrne and SEP candidate for Broadmeadows, 30 October 2010
The state Labor government is trying to use another official inquiry to head off anger among residents over an apparent cancer cluster around the Tullamarine Hazardous Waste Landfill.