(2021-07-25). Military Situation In Syria On July 25, 2021 (Map Update). southfront.org Click to see full-size image | On July 24, Russia reported that Idlib militants violated the ceasefire regime in Greater Idlib 32 times: 19 — in Idlib province, 8 — in Latakia province, 4 — in Hama province, 1 — in Aleppo province | On July 24, Russian warplanes attacked positions of Turkish-backed forces in the Duwayr al-Akrad area | On July 24, SDF arrested three people in the first section of Al-Hawl camp | On July 24, a Turkish Army vehicle was targeted by ATGM near Hazwan vi…
(2021-07-24). Standing With The Cuban People. popularresistance.org The Movement for Black Lives has an interesting and sometimes contradictory political history. Popularly known as Black Lives Matter (BLM), they gave birth to a now international rallying cry against anti-Black racism. They are identified with the issue of police violence so much that any protest involving Black people is dubbed Black Lives Matter whether there is any connection with that group or not.
(2021-07-24). Non-Police Mental Health Program Reduces Unnecessary Hospitalizations. popularresistance.org The Behavioral Health Emergency Assistance Response Division, or "B-HEARD" program, which started in a portion of Harlem a month ago, has already responded to about 110 calls where there was no weapon or imminent risk of violence, according to summary data provided by the city on Thursday. Instead of cops and paramedics responding to 911 mental health calls, three-person teams of social workers and paramedics respond instead. In 95 percent of those cases, the city said, the subject of the call accepted the team's offer of assistance.
(2021-07-24). Freedom Rider: Standing with the Cuban people. mronline.org The current Black-centered Cuban protest operation is very well orchestrated and if Black people in this country are not careful, they will end up amplifying the dictates of U.S. imperialism.
(2021-07-24). Winona LaDuke Arrested, Released From Jail. popularresistance.org White Earth Ojibwe activist and former Green Party vice presidential candidate Winona LaDuke was released from jail Thursday after her arrest Monday while protesting construction of an oil pipeline in northern Minnesota. She and six other women were sitting together praying on an easement and protesting construction of the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline near Park Rapids at the Shell River — which the pipeline will cross in five places — when they were arrested for trespassing.
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