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By Johannes Stern, 30 May 2012
Protests in various cities broke out in Egypt after the Supreme Presidential Electoral Commission (SPEC) announced the official results of the initial round of the presidential elections.
By Bill Van Auken, 30 May 2012
President Obama delivered a Memorial Day speech in which he feigned sympathy for veterans as a means of rehabilitating the Vietnam War.
By Tom Carter, 30 May 2012
At Guantanamo Bay, the Obama administration continues to prosecute five alleged September 11 conspirators before a military commission over objections from defense attorneys regarding torture and challenges to the legitimacy of the proceedings.
By Keith Jones, 30 May 2012
Quebec’s province-wide student associations held talks Monday and Tuesday with the provincial Liberal government, even as it continued its drive to break the 16 week-long student strike.
By Julie Hyland, 30 May 2012
Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair’s appearance before the Leveson inquiry highlights the fraudulent character of the official investigation into press ethics.
By Clara Weiss, 30 May 2012
Following a ferocious police intervention ending in the deaths of 16 striking oil workers in the city of Zhanaozen on December 16, a court has sentenced 11 workers in Kazakhstan.
By Deepal Jayasekera, 30 May 2012
Like its counterparts internationally, the Indian government is seeking to impose the burden of the worsening global crisis of capitalism onto the backs of working people.
By Joseph Santolan, 30 May 2012
The removal of Renato Corona was the culmination of a concerted campaign by President Aquino to undermine the judiciary and extend executive power.
By John Roberts, 30 May 2012
The politically-motivated charges are aimed at undermining the opposition coalition as the government prepares for a possible early election.
By Peter Schwarz, 30 May 2012
The German government has drawn up a plan to establish cheap-labor “special economic zones” in Greece and other highly indebted European countries.