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05.05.2016 PressTV

UK slammed for plan forcing people to prove nationality

UK slammed for plan forcing people to prove nationality

The British government has been criticized for a recent “discriminatory” bill that would make people show proof of their nationality or face prosecution. The government is proposing the bill to provide police and immigration officers across the UK with an authority to order arrested people to prove their nationality and the foreign nationals to … »

05.05.2016 Pressenza London

Pro-Corporate TTIP on the ropes as top French officials lambaste ‘Bad Deal’

Pro-Corporate TTIP on the ropes as top French officials lambaste ‘Bad Deal’

At this stage, France says ‘No,'” says president François Hollande” by Deirdre Fulton, staff writer for Common Dreams The corporate-influenced TransAtlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), exposed earlier this week as “an enormous corporate power grab,” looks increasingly precarious. French President François Hollande reportedly said Tuesday that he would … »

03.05.2016 Redacción Barcelona

Interview Susan George: Direct consequences of signing the TTIP

Interview Susan George: Direct consequences of signing the TTIP

Interview with Susan George, philosopher and political analyst. President of the Planning Committee of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. Former Vice President of ATTAC France. During her visit to Barcelona to attend the 4º Seminario de Convivencia Planetaria, Construimos Biocivilización, we had the opportunity to meet with Susan George. In … »

28.04.2016 Milena Rampoldi

Turning a death economy into a life economy

Turning a death economy into a life economy

Interview by Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V. – My interview with bestseller author JOHN PERKINS. We have just translated an article about Panama Papers into German. ProMosaik is convinced that economists and writers like John Perkins have a lot to say about how to change our militarized world where capital, money, corruption, … »

25.04.2016 Deutsche Welle

Macedonia: A Colorful Revolution paint-bombs the regime

Macedonia: A Colorful Revolution paint-bombs the regime

Students are the face of Macedonia’s Colorful Revolution, protests against President Gjorge Ivanov and his decision to pardon dozens of politicians. DW’s Elizabeta Milosevska spent a few hours with students in Skopje. Outside the architecture faculty at noon, the student who identified himself as Stefan was … »

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