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Marijuana Harvested for Medical Use in Chile

A Chilean municipality harvested legal medical marijuana Tuesday as part of a government-approved pilot project aimed at helping ease pain in cancer patients.

Hungarian Prime Minister Wants to Drug Test Journalists

In a nauseating attempt to skin alive the liberal attitudes of individuals put in a position of public trust, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán came forward earlier last week, demanding that all journalists and politicians be forced to submit to manda...

Police 'Anti-Crime' Extermination Campaign in Congo

While the decades-long civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo shows signs of winding down, it is apparently leaving in its wake a good old "anti-crime" police state that sees impoverished youth as a threat and seeks to exterminate them. Human Ri...

Colombia: Corrupt Cops Caught in Crackdown

Nineteen officers of Colombia's National Police force have been arrested this week in Medellín, the latest busts in an ongoing sweep of corrupt officers. 

Reefer Madness Hits Venezuela

Venezuela’s interior minister Miguel Rodríguez announced April 22 the arrest of nine people on charges of leading, financing and organizing violent anti-government protests in the Caracas municipality of Chacao.



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