Looting in Santa Monica blocks away from Black Lives Matter protest
Authorities have declared a 4 p.m. curfew in Santa Monica, as looting was seen at Third Street Promenade and the surrounding area. It did not appear that the looters were part of the peaceful protest happening nearby. Full story:
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The battle to defeat ISIS was an unremittingly brutal and dystopian struggle, a multi-sided war of gritty local commandos and militias. In his new book Shatter the Nations: ISIS and the War for the Caliphate, Mike Giglio tells the story of the rise of ISIS and the secretive coalition backed by American airstrikes and western troops that broke ISIS’ caliphate down village by village. Through reported dispatches, Giglio takes readers to the heart of this shifting, uncertain conflict, capturing the essence of a modern war.
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Having been among the first historians granted access to the previously closed Vietnam Archives, Lien-Hang Nguyen has changed the way historians view the Vietnam War. Nguyen will share with us her insights into the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese point of view, delving deeply into the goings-on within the North Vietnamese government. Her forthcoming book, Tet 1968: The Battles that Changed the Vietnam War and the Global Cold War will provide a comprehensive history of the battle that changed the course of the war.
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Hugo Chavez is the outspoken champion of Venezuela, thorn in the US's side and saviour of the poor. Now that Bush is gone and capitalism has taken a beating, can Chavez's socialist revolution last?
'Savage, irrational inequality' - Chavez describes capitalism to a captivated crowd. The poor see Chavez as a saint and everywhere he goes red-shirted 'Chavistas follow. But his popularity has always depended upon healthy capitalism. 'High oil prices have allowed Chavez to mask the fact that he has destroyed the economy' says one economist. Whilst the world was buying oil at record prices, Chavez could fund his social programs even as the private sector crumbled. Almost every company he's nationalised has turned into a loss maker and as the recession continues, the extent of Venezuela's problems are exposed. 'Since Chavez came to power, the murder rate has doubled to more than 100 a week' reveals our reporter.
Now that the opposition has won control of Caracas in municipal elections, Chavez is showing himself increasingly hostile to cooperation. 'More than 30 hooded men with guns, pistols and machine guns attacked the offices where I should be working as Mayor' says opposition leader Ledezma. Just as unbridled greed has undermined capitalism, Chavez's autocratic socialism is jeopardising the benefits of his revolution.
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Anti-shutdown protesters storm Capitol building in Michigan demanding lockdown lifted | Covid-19
Demonstrators, including some carrying guns, entered the capitol building in the US state of Michigan on Thursday and demanded the Democratic governor lift strict coronavirus lockdown orders, as some lawmakers reportedly donned bulletproof vests.
Dozens of demonstrators crowded the lobby of the building in Lansing, where they demanded to be allowed inside the House Chamber.
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United States Police Killings Of Black People, Will it ever stop?
United States descends into chaos as clashes between protesters and police escalate.
On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man died after a white officer holding his knee on Floyd’s neck pinned him to the pavement while Floyd was in handcuffs. within the days that followed, public outrage grew over what some protestors and lawmakers said is another case of police brutality against a Black man. Unrest has since erupted in Minneapolis, where protesters have set fire to buildings, and in several cities across the country. The policeman was fired and has been charged with third-degree murder. Three other officers even have been fired. The Washington Post reconstructed a number of the events surrounding the death of Floyd using private security footage and audio of EMS calls also as cellphone video.
Looters have overrun streets in Washington DC and New York City and fires have been ignited near the White House as the US experienced its sixth night of violence fuelled by the killings of black people at the hands of police.
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ISIS in South Asia | In conversation with Kabir Taneja | Episode 1
Kabir Taneja is a researcher and writer based in New Delhi. He is currently a Fellow with the Observer Research Foundation (ORF). His work focuses on India's relations with the Middle East, specifically looking at the security dimensions raised by transnational jihadist groups. His bylines and quotes appear regularly in national and international media. In this video, Kabir explores the psychology of South Asian jihadists through the discussion on various narratives from Kashmir to Kerala, the Islamic State's online propaganda strategies by way of Twitter, Facebook, and Telegram, leading to the radicalization and subsequent recruitment of the youth.
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Should media report acts of terrorism - why and why not?
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AFSC Symposium Keynote: Nonviolent Action Today: Why Now is Not the Time to Despair
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