Crude oil from a leaking ExxonMobil pipeline in southern Nigeria has begun to creep into neighbouring rivers, causing economic and environmental damage.
Arms control advocates are blaming the Obama administration and Russia for last week’s failed U.N. negotiations over the first-ever global agreement regulating the $60 billion arms trade. The United States — the world’s largest manufacturer — had demanded a number of exemptions and ultimately said it needed more time to review the proposals. As the talks collapsed, a top State Department official openly bragged that U.S. government efforts have helped boost foreign military sales to record levels this year.
War Is A Crime
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