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Congress Slams Nuclear Agency for Recent Failures

National Nuclear Security Administration under fire after recent review panel

The world still failing to act despite Rwanda genocide shame

The international community has collectively failed to act on the lessons of the Rwandan genocide, said Amnesty International today as the world marks the 20th anniversary of the human catastrophe which left around 800,000 dead. ... Full story

The Rights of Zapatista Women

Womens Revolutionary Law provides for access to political and military posts, fair wages, education, health, freedom from abuse and free choice of couples. ... Full story

Companies Lose When Employees Feel Excluded

What happens when employees feel like “others” at work, and sense that they don’t really belong? Catalyst’s new report, Feeling Different: Being the "Other" in US Workplaces, shows that feeling different from co-workers—whether because of gender, race/ethnicity, or nationality—can not only make employees feel isolated and excluded, but can impact their career advancement and ultimately their aspirations. ... Full story

Ample margin of victory for opposition

Government’s candidate chose to withdraw from the second round leaving an open path for social democrat Luis Guillermo Solís to win the presidency. ... Full story

Egypt Must End 'Vindictive' Detention of Al Jazeera Journalists

Egypt’s continued detention of three Al Jazeera journalists charged with falsifying news and involvement with the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood movement is “vindictive”, Amnesty International said ahead of the trio’s latest trial hearing. ... Full story

Divestment Activists React to Harvard Endowment News

After months of resisting student and alumni demands for fossil fuel divestment, Harvard University announced yesterday that they would be taking a number of new steps to address climate change and their investment portfolio. ... Full story

Peacemaker of the Month

Anja Niedringhaus, a photojournalist who was recently killed in Afghanistan while covering the election, is PWPP's Peacemaker of the Month; this tragedy can serve as a reminder of the vital work of the global free press and of the deep courage and dedication of Anja Niedringhaus and her colleagues. ANJA NIEDRINGHAUS

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