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3 December 2015

Stories from 3 December 2015

From Coyotes to Vultures: What Happens When Migrants Borrow

When migrants decide to go to the US for a better future, they often rely on lenders to afford the trip, but often they became unwilling partners with the coyotes.

Mexico City Joins the Ranks of LGBT-Friendly Cities

"Let’s celebrate that #MexicoCityIsAFriendOfTheLGBTTTICommunity, yesterday an incredible event took place in our capital."

UN Atomic Agency Report Brings Iran Nuclear Deal Closer to Reality

The report stated that Iran's efforts to develop a nuclear weapon ceased by 2009. Some saw it as affirmation that sanctions, largely put into place after 2010, were needless.

Is Open Government Political Theatre for the Corrupt?

The Bridge

There he was on stage talking about the importance of transparency, of openness, and of technology for government. Then one week later, he resigned as prime minister of Romania.

In Twitter’s Crackdown on the Ayatollah's Bots, Journalists Are the Collateral Damage

Several reporters have been suspended on Twitter for posting content related to Khamenei and his latest public outreach campaign.

Sao Paulo Officials Declare ‘War’ on Students’ Occupy Movement

Many public schools in São Paulo will be restructured or even closed under a new plan. More than 300,000 students are expected to need to transfer to new schools.