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Civil liberties, civil rights most censored in 2007

The common theme of the most censored stories over the past year is the systemic erosion of human rights and civil liberties both in the U.S. and the world at large.

Hartford police crush the right to dissent

No democracy can survive without dissent. Those who do not agree with the government must be able to exercise their right to be heard.

Free Flores and Garcia

It was a day like any other. Villagers in the tiny town of Pizotia, in Southwest Mexico, were attending church or shopping in the open market.

Six years after Rabin assassination: Rabin's peace legacy continues

TEL AVIV – Approximately 100,000 people arrived for the mass remembrance for the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on the Tel Aviv Rabin Square Nov. 3.

Stop training terrorists with U.S. tax dollars

George W. Bush repeatedly states that he is going to hunt down and smoke out terrorists anywhere they may be hiding around the globe.

Hartford police crush the right to dissent

No democracy can survive without dissent. Those who do not agree with the government must be able to exercise their right to be heard.

A veterans call for peace

If you studied the mien of the men, you could tell the war was over.

Preventing terrorism: Towards a new approach

In the aftermath of the tragic events of Sept. 11 and the continuing military strikes against Afghanistan, the danger looms of an endless cycle of violence and retribution.

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