Saturday news links – Aug. 10, 2019

Im/migrants and refugees

Mass ICE Raids in Mississippi After Workers Fought for Better Conditions Leave Kids Without Parents Democracy Now

Exclusive: As More Troops Head To The U.S.-Mexico Border, Drones Designed For War Could Be Going Too Newsweek

Maintenence personel check a Predator drone operated by U.S. Office of Air and Marine (OAM), before its surveillance flight near the Mexican border on March 7, 2013 from Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista, Arizona.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong protest and photo of U.S diplomats with protest leaders emerge Countercurrents

China demands US refrain from associating with ‘violent elements’ in Hong Kong RT

Court Upholds North Dakota Law Stripping Voting Rights From Native Americans Truthout

North Korea Dislikes That The U.S. Plans To Occupy It Moon of Alabama

Fight racism

Here’s How Cops Were Able Arrest The El Paso Terrorist Without Shooting Him NewsOne

Patrick Crusius isn’t Black. That’s it. That’s the story.

How Police Killing Black People Hasn’t Let Up Since Ferguson, In 5 Charts NewsOne

About 1 in every 1,000 Black men and boys are likely to be killed by police, research found.

California School District Agrees to Desegregate After State Investigation NYTimes

Trump administration authorizes ‘cyanide bombs’ to kill wild animals Guardian

Bleak Financial Outlook for US Fracking Industry DeSmog

Malaysia Indicts 17 of the “Untouchables” at Goldman Sachs Wall Street on Parade

‘Global Economy is Probably in Recession’ Reuters

Dark Matter May Predate the Big Bang, New Math Suggests Science Daily

No One Understands Lyme Disease Bloomberg

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