War & Peace

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Adding credence to suspicions that Cáceres' killing was politically-motivated, among those arrested were Honduran military officials as well as an employee of Desarrollos Energéticos (or DESA), the private energy company behind the Agua Zarca dam, which Cáceres fiercely opposed. (Photo: Getty)
Authorities have arrested four suspects in the assassination of environmental and indigenous rights activist Berta Cáceres, the Honduran attorney general announced on Monday. Adding credence to suspicions that Cáceres' killing was politically-motivated, among those arrested were Honduran military officials as well as an employee of Desarrollos...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
U.S. President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vice President Joe Biden, and others watch the "situation on ground in Abbottabad live in Situation Room." (Photo: CIA/Twitter)
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was pilloried on Sunday for its decision...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Daniel Berrigan—Jesuit priest, peace activist, poet, author, and inspiration to...

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Bravo to fearless Afro-Swedish activist Tess Asplund, 42, and the photographer who caught the moment Asplund ferociously, instinctively charged a march of anti-immigrant neo-Nazis with her head and fist held high, and Nelson Mandela in her mind. In a country and continent where right-wing racism is on the rise, she just knew "they shouldn’t be here and spread their hate...I was thinking, 'Hell no. No Nazi is going to march here. It’s not okay.'”