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Laurin-Whitney Gottbrath

Julian Assange

US charges WikiLeaks' Assange with 'computer hacking conspiracy'

Assange charged with conspiracy in trying to access a classified US government computer with Chelsea Manning in 2010.

US charges WikiLeaks' Assange with 'computer hacking conspiracy'

United States

Liberians welcome US DED extension, call for permanent solution

Amid pressure, White House announces it is extending temporary protections for some 4,000 Liberians in US for a year.

Liberians welcome US DED extension, call for permanent solution

Abortion

US expansion of global gag rule will 'punish women' worldwide

Rights groups slam Trump administration's decision to expand ban on foreign aid to groups providing, promoting abortion.

US expansion of global gag rule will 'punish women' worldwide

Women's Rights

Women's March 2019: Thousands across the US march for third year

Women and supporters across the US march against Trump amid government shutdown and controversy within the movement.

Women's March 2019: Thousands across the US march for third year

Health

Alzheimer's Day: The journey of caring for one with the disease

What is Alzheimer's? What are the signs? And how can families cope with a disease that can affect all aspects of life?

Alzheimer's Day: The journey of caring for one with the disease

United States

'Unite the Right 2018': Anti-racists outnumber far right in DC

Counterprotesters descend on US capital as far right holds 'Unite the Right 2' a year after fatal Charlottesville rally.

'Unite the Right 2018': Anti-racists outnumber far right in DC

The Far Right

'Unite the Right': DC braces for far-right rally, counterprotests

A year after the deadly car-ramming in Charlottesville, Virginia, white supremacists plan 'Unite the Right 2' in DC.

'Unite the Right': DC braces for far-right rally, counterprotests

One year under Trump

One year under Trump: 'An assault on women's health'

Rights advocates and health experts say Trump has 'attacked' reproductive rights during his first year in office.

One year under Trump: 'An assault on women's health'

Global Warming

Indigenous women occupy Washington state capitol lawn

Group vows to stay until leaders recognise native treaty rights and take action on climate change.

Indigenous women occupy Washington state capitol lawn

Immigration

Sanctuary churches fight Trump's deportation surge

Dozens of churches across the US are taking in undocumented immigrants to fight the uptick in deportations.

Sanctuary churches fight Trump's deportation surge

Latin America

Mexicans march against femicide after teen's murder

Nineteen-year-old Mara Fernanda Castilla went missing after using a ride-hailing app in the Mexican state of Puebla.

Mexicans march against femicide after teen's murder

US & Canada

'Adopt a Nazi': How groups are countering neo-Nazis

Inspired by a German town, US organisations are attempting to trick white supremacists into 'funding their own demise'.

'Adopt a Nazi': How groups are countering neo-Nazis