Former union leader and two-term president says his mission now is to ‘battle for democracy’

Lula is in favour of "social conquests". A heritage Cortez will smile on in his grave.

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Decision to elevate former journalist reflects level of trust Trudeau has in her and the scale of the task for his government

Hmph. Journalists "operate at a lower level than average" according to a recent study highlighted by Business insider. I am not sure where drama teachers fit into the IQ spectrum. This Canadian is fucked.

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"was a victim of his own refusal to hand over power"... WTF?!?

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Not good optics. Leave the ideologues to make the embarrassing scene.

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Green’s co-leader and architect of Jacinda Ardern’s ambitions climate policies says action in the face of climate change is essential

That will solve global warming... lets give each other pats on the back!

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Breeding opportunities now available with the hound that helped take down the Isis leader

"spawned from the semen of the very hound that left Baghdadi".... I thought the dog in question was rapturously claimed to be female.

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Four people have been arrested and charged in connection with a protest outside a People's Party of Canada event featuring Maxime Bernier last month in Hamilton.

Death threats against that restaurant are horrible. Has anybody been arrested?

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In a Sunday letter, the former vice president’s aides say that it is editorially irresponsible to book the president’s personal lawyer.

They are not at all afraid that this might blow up in their faces, are they?

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A girl was detained last week for kicking a school staff member. This reflects a zero-tolerance system that fuels the ‘school-to-prison pipeline’ and disproportionately affects minorities, writes Arwa Mahdawi

Rather racist Arwa. You are effectively saying that minority children are disproportionately recalcitrant, and therefore they can not held to the same expectations as non-minorities.

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People around the world have been walking out of school and work to join the latest protests against the climate crisis. The global day of action, calling for a reduction in emissions, comes in the run-up to a UN summit in New York

Okaaay.... The good news is that these protests show how much of the developing world is becoming more affluent. Wealthier societies have lower birth rates, people are healthier and happier, and people have the time and means to stand up for issues like the environment, all fantastic. The bad news is that these protesters do not realize they are cutting off the money-tree branch upon which they grew. This is quite selfish toward the poorer of the World's population that do not yet have the time and means to protest.

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