Two Gaza runners, Nader Al Massri and Sami Nateel have been denied a visa by the British Immigration authorities to attend a Derry Marathon, the Palestine Solidarity Campaign has revealed. The Irish Palestine Solidarity Campaign (I.P.S.C.) has branded the decision “inexplicable”. “We are hugely disappointed and angered at this decision. There was a large group […]
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Haussamen Publications, the company that publishes NMPolitics.net, filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking the release of dozens of Las Cruces city manager applications that are being kept from the public.
Police and members of the group SouthWest Organizing Project courageously worked to de-escalate tensions so rally attendees and protesters could all exercise their First Amendment rights.
By Ramzy Baroud Associating the ongoing Palestinian intifada (uprising) with the number of stabbings or alleged stabbings carried out by Palestinian youths was a mistake from the start. An intifada is a collective movement, not individual acts of violence, no matter how frequent. The current intifada dates back to last October, when a large number […]
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By Palestine Chronicle Staff The Palestinian Ministry of Interior in Gaza announced today that the Egyptian authorities have informed the Ministry of its decision to open the Rafah Crossing for four days starting from tomorrow. The crossing will open on Wednesday and Thursday and shut down on Friday, and re-open again Saturday and Sunday. Some […]
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The average tuition rate for a four-year college in the US is $38,600, and even more for a graduate degree. As a result, students often finish university hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt. These grueling statistics have forced some students to seek out unique ways to pay their bills.
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