Day in History: Campaign for KCTA gets under way

Day in History: Campaign for KCTA gets under way
Five years ago: WikiLeaks released 391,831 purported Iraq war logs that suggested more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians had died in the conflict. … Serena Williams was routed 6-0, 6-2 by Simona Halep in the round-robin round of the WTA Finals in Singapore.
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Vote for Trans-Pacific Partnership is betrayal
Members of this block will include Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Vietnam, Brunei, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Mexico, Chili, Canada and the U.S. The Obama administration has done all within its power to keep all details of this document a complete …
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Could the TPP Actually Divide Asia?
The Obama administration believes the TPP would bolster U.S. strategic ties to key Asian allies, including Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore, while enhancing relations with nations that could counterbalance China's growing influence in the …
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“But What Are You For?”
Wikileaks and Edward Snowden have only confirmed what should have been clear long ago: the jobs that these technocrats “got done” seem always to have benefitted the rich and the powerful. Champions of the working class are just as tech savvy as anyone …
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Daily news summary
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has defended the whistle blowing site in a video conference appearance at Jihlava's documentary film festival on Thursday night. Assange, currently a virtual prisoner in the Ecuador embassy in London, brushed off …
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