World

Jon Queally, staff writer
The pro-democracy crowds in central Hong Kong are growing, not shrinking, after more than three days of sustained protest. Even heavy rains and thunder storms that soaked the city on Tuesday could not shake the determination of the crowds. As the South China Morning Post reports on its live coverage page : The downpour has failed to dampen the...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Their stories will never be fully known. Driven by conflict, poverty, famine or...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
A new study has added to body of evidence linking human-caused climate change...

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Oh so heartbreaking to hear of the suicide - or the death from moral injuries - of Jacob George, 32-year-old farmer, musician, anti-war activist and veteran of three tours of Afghanistan who came home shattered by post-traumatic horror he insisted was not a disorder but a basic human response to inhumanity. George fought hard to heal - riding his bike 8,000 miles to sing and speak, seeking peace with comrades and Afghans, and on his best day hurling medals back to the generals who broke him.