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May 26, 2021 29 min

American Friends Service Committee's Jehad Abusalim: Accountability for Israel Essential to Attain Lasting Peace 

Oil Change International World’s David Turnbull: Top Energy Agency Calls for an End to New Fossil Fuel Development Worldwide

National Nurses United's Rocelyn de Leon-Minch: Nation's Largest Nurses Union Opposes CDC's Relaxation of COVID Mask/Distancing Guidelines

Bob Nixon's Under-reported News Summary:

  • Myanmar’s Army used telecom sector to spy on citizens
  • Trump officials used secret terrorism unit to question lawyers at the border
  • Tahanie Aboushi running to transform the nation’s most powerful DA office
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