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Left News: September 22, 2022 The Intercept- Israeli Forces Deliberately Killed Palestinian American Journalist, Report Shows

Israeli Forces Deliberately Killed Palestinian American Journalist, Report Shows

Alice Speri

A new forensic analysis proves that an Israeli sniper could see that Shireen Abu Akleh was a journalist before firing the bullet that killed her.

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Russians Return to Streets to Protest Widening of Putin’s War on Ukraine

Robert Mackey

After Putin announced mandatory military service, demonstrators called the mobilization a “burialization” — and more than 1,000 were arrested in cities across Russia.

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Ron DeSantis Chartered Planes From GOP-Allied Donor to Fly Migrants to Martha’s Vineyard

Ken Klippenstein

Recipients of the firm’s donations include the appropriations chief responsible for funding Florida’s migrant relocation program.

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Democratic Small Donors Have Found a New Hole to Throw Money Into

George Chidi

Marcus Flowers has raised $10 million in his race against Marjorie Taylor Greene. But he’s spending more to raise new money than to go after Greene.

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House Republicans Plan to Investigate Chamber of Commerce if They Take the Majority

Ryan Grim

Today’s GOP war on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce represents a stunning turnaround from just a few years ago.

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After Being Deported by U.S., Walter Cruz-Zavala Disappeared in Notorious Salvadoran Crackdown

Ryan Devereaux, John Washington

U.S. courts twice said he faced torture or murder at the hands of gangs or the Salvadoran state. ICE deported him anyway.

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Facebook Report Concludes Company Censorship Violated Palestinian Human Rights

Sam Biddle

The report said Facebook and Instagram showed bias against Palestinians during a brutal Israeli assault on the Gaza Strip last May.

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Drone Debt: U.S. Refuses to Help Wounded Survivor of Wrongful Attack in Yemen

Nick Turse

Adel Al Manthari was injured in a 2018 drone strike — and now he’s releasing his medical bills. Will it finally shame the U.S. government into helping?

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No Way Home, Episode Four: Getting Out Alive

No Way Home, Summia Tora

After a year in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, one family gets an unexpected chance to leave.

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