Canadian Police Fatally Shoot Polar Bear

by Leyland Cecco / The Guardian Canadian police have shot and killed a polar bear that wandered into a Quebec community hundreds of kilometres south of the species’ normal territory, in an incident that experts warn could become more common as sea […]

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Belarus: Arrests in Railroad Sabotage

from Anarchist Federation On April 6, the Ministry of the Interior reported that security forces used live ammunition to arrest “saboteurs” along a rail track in late March. Three of them allegedly acted together and set fire to two relay cabinets near […]

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The Hidden Story of a Notorious Guatemalan Nickel Mine

by Sandra Cuffe / The Intercept CRISTÓBAL POP VIVIDLY remembers when the lake suddenly turned red. Indigenous Maya Q’eqchi’ fishermen depend on Lake Izabal, Guatemala’s largest lake, for their livelihoods, and Pop had just been elected president of the local fishers guild when […]

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