|by Jeff Elliott New York Times, Washington Post, and other leading mainstream papers tried hard to discredit story that implicates the military and top leaders in the Bush administration
|by Daniel Zoll In 1994 alone, a little-known committee gave more than $190 million financed by state-issued bonds to Chevron, Shell, and ARCO to finance environmental improvements required by federal law
|by Judith Perera The spread of the 'Mad Cow disease' may have been encouraged by Western industry's increasing use of artificial growth hormones to boost profitable milk and meat production.
|by Daniel Gatti Moon investing fortune to push Unification Church throughout Latin America
|by Peter Zirnite Labor provisions didn't provide workers with the protections NAFTA advocates assured them they would receive when the side agreement was negotiated
|by Nicholas Wilson Although the FBI recently cleared security guard Richard Jewell in the Olympic park bombing in Atlanta last summer, CNN Headline News asked an interesting question last week: Why hasn't the FBI cleared Judi Bari?
|by Nicholas Wilson The federal judge surprised everyone by immediately tossing out the FBI motion to dismiss Judi Bari's suit, and ordering the Bureau to consolidate any further challenges together for hearing all at the same time, against objections by the FBI's attorney
|by Nicholas Wilson Internet resources about the bombing of Judi Bari
|by Wilson da Silva Timorese resistance leader Jose Ramos-Horta, who received this year's Nobel Peace Prize, has been the target of renewed death threats, with warnings that an attempt on his life is being prepared
|The U.S. and other western powers failed to act strongly on behalf of human rights in key parts of the world during 1996, often sacrificing their stated concerns to doubtful, long-term objectives or business profits, according to a U.S. human rights group
|by Bert Wilkinson Although last year's accident poured 3 million cubic meters of cyanide-tainted water into Guyana waters, the gold mining company seeks to expand
|by Pratap Chatteee Charged with responsibility for the costliest mining spill in U.S. history, a Candadian judge rules there is insufficient evidence to hold the multi-millionaire liable for contamination
|by Pratap Chatteee After environmental disasters in North and South America, Robert Friedland is shifting mining operations to Asia, Siberia, and other poor countries where gold is found
|by Maricel Sequiera Although nations around the globe agreed to cleanup ozone destroying chemicals, the U.N. fund to pay for the work is already in the red
|by Judith Perera British criticism of current research into the dangers of organophosphate (OP) based pesticides, could reinforce the case for a worldwide ban on the chemical, already linked to serious illness around the globe
|Romanian police justify beatings and shootings as necessary "preventative action" to forestall mob violence
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