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"Seeing the president speaks turns my stomach, he’s a fascist, we now know he won’t stop the massacre.”
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A veteran activist reflects on today's student movement in Indonesia
Sixty-seven people were arrested for trespassing as hundreds gathered Saturday in Bow, New Hampshire to demand the shutdown of the Merrimack Station power plant.
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