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By Christoph Dreier, 30 September 2011
The measure to support financial institutions of those states threatened by insolvency is the corollary to brutal austerity measures being implemented in Greece and throughout Europe.
By Bill Van Auken, 30 September 2011
In a recent teleconference with US businessmen, Washington’s ambassador to Libya let slip a telling phrase, referring to the North African nation’s oil reserves as “the jewel in the crown”.
By John Chan, 30 September 2011
Last week’s violent clashes are symptomatic of the escalating social tensions in rural China over land sales to benefit the wealthy elite spawned by the Beijing Stalinist regime.
By David Walsh, 30 September 2011
The recent 36th Toronto International Film Festival screened some 335 features and shorts from 65 countries.
By Patrick Martin, 30 September 2011
The Obama reelection campaign is expected to raise and spend more than one billion dollars.
By Robert Stevens, 30 September 2011
Fresh evidence has emerged on the criminality surrounding Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World tabloid and its relations with London’s Metropolitan Police.
By Kate Randall, 30 September 2011
The establishment of a parallel system of secret military courts, where the Bill of Rights and other democratic protections do not apply, and where the death penalty can be imposed, is a dire warning of things to come.
By Pierre Mabut, 30 September 2011
165,000 teachers throughout France took to the streets Tuesday in opposition to the government policy of reducing the number of teaching posts.
By Marc Wells, 30 September 2011
In order to continue the assault on workers, the Italian ruling class is looking to the formation of a more “left” government, not affected by Berlusconi’s sordid political and personal record.
By Justus Leicht, 30 September 2011
The address to the Bundestag (German federal parliament) by Pope Benedict XVI was an affront to basic democratic principles.