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    The Munich Massacre

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    fighter had been shot and killed by a terrorist. Contrary to the truth, first word was that the hostages were rescued and safe at last. This rumor reached Munich and quickly spread around the world through televisions, radios, and the voice of Jim McKay of ABC. Soon after, enthusiasm spoiled and confusion settled in. The earlier report had been premature, and harsh reality revealed that all nine Israeli hostages had been killed. As Jim McKay calmly and famously said, "They're all gone" ("Munich…

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    Pros And Cons Of TPP

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    to Netivist there were leaked documents from TPP negotiations that reveal that the deal would even empower foreign corporations to skirt domestic courts and directly challenge our health, environmental and other public interest policies before extrajudicial foreign tribunals. There were criticism about the TPP being negotiated behind closed doors by officials from the United States and 11 other countries. They felt that there were lack of transparency and accountability in the most important…

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    narrative and perception in the world. Since February of 2012, the nation’s African-American community has been in a state of upheaval over the tireless and numerous killings of unarmed African-Americans at the hands of the police. While racialized policing is not a new concept to the black communities, these particular events – such as the killings of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Freddie Gray, and Sandra Bland, to name a few – received massive media coverage…

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    JAVIER, Bryle Felix A. A Critique on The Act of Killing When Adolf Eichmann, the SS-Obersturmbannführer who was responsible for the mass deportation of Jews in Eastern Europe to the death camps, was put on trial by the Israeli government for crimes against humanity, he constantly justified that he was acting upon that which was ordered upon him as well as going with the tide of the powers that be. This remorseless defense was famously chronicled and evaluated upon by the German Jew, Hannah…

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    Misconduct in the courtroom, whether committed by the defense or the prosecution, not only defies the laws put forth by our Founding Fathers and violates God’s will, but it is also a direct violation of the public’s trust in the criminal justice system. The results can be devastating, and have far reaching effects inside and outside of the courtroom. Being truthful is covered extensively in the Bible, beginning with the Ten Commandments and in verses such as 2 Timothy 2:15 which discusses…

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    When “Black Lives Matter” is being chanted it is so much more than moment in history, it is a movement. This movement goes beyond the extrajudicial killings of black people by police and vigilantes. It brings attention to the problem of systematic racism within the United States and within the police department. It started off with the shooting of Trayvon Martin but goes into so many other occasions where black lives are being deprived of basic human rights and of their dignity. It has been…

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    Once a religious commune and now a violent terrorist organization, Boko Haram is impacting the country and surrounding countries of Nigeria. Their activity includes killing civilians, targeting government buildings, and even sending children in as suicide bombers to bomb buildings such as mosques. The main goal is for the group to turn the country of Nigeria into a true Islamic state. They believe that Islam should be the main religion and the country should move away from western and secular…

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    In the last few years one of the most prominent topics in the news has been police brutality. Unfortunately, a direct result of this brutality is the killings of many innocent black people. Through this, organizations like Black Lives Matter have been created to help bring attention to this topic. Black Lives Matter is an important movement for the black community because it forces us to examine institutional racism, police brutality, the deaths of innocent black people, and general racism more…

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    used this power to kill and torture thousands in the Middle East. A United Nations report accused ISIS of possible genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and human rights violations such as torture, cruel and inhuman treatment, and extrajudicial killings (United Nations 16). In the article Inside Canada’s New War, Michael Petrou shares the stories of those affected by these acts ISIS is committing. He interviews an elderly couple who had to leave their homes to live in a refugee camp in…

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    Police Brutality There have been numerous rumors about police misuse force with civilians, the news and the media been over multiple times. This had resulted people to ignore it which led the civilians to see it as a part of the society. There are some cases that proved how police can be too brutal when they arrest civilians and that is going to be the main statement. There are logical reasons why the people would use extra force and brutality whenever the law enforcement deals with the…

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