Politics

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Canadian Abousfian Abdelrazik was outsourced to Sudan for torture by Canada. Cleared of all allegations, Canada refuses to let him back home.

Mikhail Gorbachev calls for new American revolution

Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet Union’s last communist general secretary, called for a new American “revolution” — also calling it a “perestroika,” or government restructuring — in an editorial published Wednesday in The Sydney Morning Herald .

Humanists propose protests in front of Peruvian embassies

Spokespersons from the Humanist Movement have planned protests in front of Peruvian embassies to condemn violent tactics used against the Amazon people after the massacre of indigenous people in Bagua brought on by the actions of the Peruvian government.

Putin: Russia is willing to renounce the atomic bomb if the USA does the same.

Last Wednesday, the Russian Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin, assured that his country would be willing to renounce nuclear weapons if the United States does so.

“Constructive talks”

The White House said Monday that Obama and Netanyahu had “constructive” talks by phone ahead of the prime minister’s speech on the Middle East peace process next week.

Green-Humanist coalition brings hope amid far-right surge in Hungary

With over 75 000 votes (2,6%) the Green-Humanist political alliance proved that a new alternative is gaining strength in Hungarian politics.

A Thumping Heart Marks the End of the Campaign

Hungarian Humanist Party and Politics

Rafael Correa offers his unconditional support to the international world peace campaign

A few days after endorsing the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, Ecuador’s president, Rafael Correa, informs the whole country of his decision to support the initiative for nuclear disarmament.

“Humanitarian Intervention”

What’s happened to the concepts of humanitarian military intervention and the responsibility to protect? How come no-one stepped in to prevent thousands of Sri Lankan Tamils being killed?

Egypt Top Officials to Washington

Cairo, May 24 (Prensa Latina) Egypt”s Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit and intelligence chief Omar Suleiman will travel to Washington to address the Middle East peace process with US authorities, local sources reported on Sunday.

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