Wednesday’s news links – Oct. 9, 2019

Ecuador

Indigenous Protesters Reach Quito, Moreno Moves Gov’t Seat to Guayaquil teleSUR

Quito, Ecuador

Labor

What’s Behind GM’s Hardball Stance vs. UAW? Labor Notes

How GM Strikers are Keeping Up Morale as the GM Strike Enters Week 4 Payday Report

Dallas Police Criminalize Joshua Brown In Death Like They Did Botham Jean NewsOne

Wisconsin will officially recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day The Hill

Meet America’s newest military giant: Amazon MIT Technology Review

Jonathan Sacoolas Is Not, and Has Never Been, a Diplomat Craig Murray

The Trump administration claims immunity for the wife of a senior U.S. spy, who fled Britain after she was involved in a head-on collision more than a month ago that killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn.

Venezuela

Adobe cuts off Venezuela clients, citing US sanctions Seattle Times

The Latest on the Diplomatic War Against Venezuela Common Dreams

Algeria

Month Nine of the Algerian Uprising ROAPE

Hong Kong

Tracking foreign interference in Hong Kong Pepe Escobar

Honduras

DAY FOUR: Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez’s (JOH) brother, Tony Hernandez on Trial in New York

Afghanistan

The US military used more bombs and missiles in Afghanistan last month than it has since 2010 Task & Purpose

Sanctioned Crude? China Ship-To-Ship Oil Imports Leap Higher In September OilPrice

‘Joker’ isn’t a dangerous right-wing film, but it’s not great either Fightback! News

Recycling plastic is probably not worth it, according to MIT expert Business Insider

Hurricane Dorian Was Worthy of a Category 6 Rating Scientific American


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