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Whitewashing apartheid with Israel's dirty water
The glaring discrepancy in water allocation from West Bank supplies forces Palestinians to rely on water from tankers.
Last updated: 01 Jul 2013 10:25 GMT
Who cares for Chicago's children?
Mass school closures in the US' third-largest city will disrupt students' lives and put their safety at risk.
Last updated: 06 Jun 2013 15:39 GMT
Why 'unions don't like' Penny Pritzker
Pritzker's nomination as Secretary of Commerce shows how the Democratic party is leaning towards the rich, notes Jaffe.
Last updated: 08 May 2013 11:17 GMT
Chicago teachers protest school closures
Move to close schools to plug $1bn budget shortfall denounced for allegeldy targeting poor students.
Last updated: 28 Mar 2013 09:17 GMT
As Chicago plans to close more than 50 schools, we ask what it means for the students who will be forced to relocate.
Inside Story Americas
Inside Story Americas
Last updated: 27 Mar 2013 16:32 GMT
Chicago school closures spark outrage
Closings across city will force about 30.000 children to transfer to different schools.
Last updated: 27 Mar 2013 08:53 GMT
Why massive national security leaks are good for us
Until our dystopian classification system is overhauled, leaks remain an essential public service.
Last updated: 23 Feb 2013 16:49 GMT
Two charged over murder of Chicago teenager
Hadiya Pendleton was shot near US president's Chicago home last month, just days after performing at his inauguration.
Last updated: 12 Feb 2013 09:06 GMT
Families grieve as Chicago killings increase
Community organiser Darius McGraw was one of more than 500 people killed in America's deadliest city in 2012.
Last updated: 11 Jan 2013 06:58 GMT
Chicago teachers vote to end strike
Public school classes to resume on Wednesday after what Mayor Rahm Emanuel calls an "honest compromise" with union.
Last updated: 19 Sep 2012 10:35 GMT
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