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Readers write: Young reporters cover March for Our Lives

<p>Readers write: Young reporters cover March for Our LivesRegarding the March 26 article “What the March for Our Lives looked like through the eyes of young reporters” ( Bravo to the Monitor for sending this group of two college students and three recent college graduates. Recommended: Could you pass a US citizenship test? It is a relief that they did not follow the agenda of some news organizations who painted it as a political event.

As of: Sat, 23 Jun 2018 06:00:01 -0400
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Cell signal: What high court ruling may mean for future of digital privacy

<p>Cell signal: What high court ruling may mean for future of digital privacyIn a 5-to-4 decision today, the US Supreme Court updated privacy protections in the digital age, ruling that historic location data collected by from individual cellphones is protected by the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. Given the routine advancement in communications technologies, especially in recent years with the proliferation of smartphones, the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable searches by the government has been one of the most routinely reinterpreted constitutional amendments. The decision this morning – in which Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the court’s four left-leaning justices – continues that trend, and reinforces suspicions the high court has voiced in the past about how rapid technological advancements could implicate personal privacy.

As of: Fri, 22 Jun 2018 17:15:00 -0400
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Turkey election: Does Kurdish leader jailed as 'terrorist' hold the key?

<p>Turkey election: Does Kurdish leader jailed as 'terrorist' hold the key?State broadcaster TRT set up a makeshift studio so that imprisoned Kurdish presidential candidate Selahattin Demirtas could make a 10-minute address to the nation, as allotted by election law. Turks vote Sunday in a landmark election that will determine whether 16 years of rule by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP) will continue. Recommended: Think you know Turkey?

As of: Fri, 22 Jun 2018 16:07:55 -0400
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A nonviolent movement challenges Pakistan’s military

<p>A nonviolent movement challenges Pakistan’s militaryIn countries where military figures still hold the reins of power through fear, such as Egypt or Thailand, public criticism of the regime comes mainly from abroad. In recent days, for example, the United Nations has accused Venezuela’s security forces of hundreds of arbitrary killings. In Pakistan, people are so afraid of speaking against the military or its intelligence services that they often use code, such as tapping one’s shoulder to indicate decorative brass or by referring to “the establishment.” While the country has a facade of democracy, the top generals keep a tight hold on politics, the media, and dissent.

As of: Fri, 22 Jun 2018 15:42:51 -0400
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