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Greg Palast | How Barack Obama Could End the Argentina Debt Crisis
Paul Singer of Elliott Associates. (photo: Lucas Jackson/Reuters)
Greg Palast, Guardian UK
Palast writes: “The ‘vulture’ financier now threatening to devour Argentina can be stopped dead by a simple note to the courts from Barack Obama. But the president, while officially supporting Argentina, has not done this one thing that could save Buenos Aires from default.”

Campaign Mounts to Declassify 9/11 Report References to Saudi Involvement
Samuel Oakford, VICE News
Oakford reports: “Nearly 13 years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the extent of Saudi involvement in the deaths of almost 3,000 people remains unclear.”

US Allies Wary of Military Action in Iraq
Richard Carter, Agence France-Presse
Carter reports: “As US President Barack Obama ordered his warplanes back to Iraq to prevent a potential genocide, Western allies appeared more reticent, limiting their contribution to promises of humanitarian aid and expressions of diplomatic outrage.”

Bill McKibben | Stand Up and March: You Are the People’s Climate Movement
Bill McKibben, Common Dreams
McKibben writes: “We’re all gathering in New York in September for the People’s Climate March, aka the biggest show of force yet from the movement determined to stop the planet’s slide into physical chaos.”

The Uphill Battle to Hold US Corporations Accountable for Abuses Abroad
Lauren Carasik, Al Jazeera America
Carasik reports: “According to a recent study by the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable, victims of transnational corporate abuses face myriad barriers to accessing judicial remedies.”

Why the White Americans Got the ‘Secret’ Ebola Serum
Michael Daly, The Daily Beast
Daly writes: “If nationality and race did influence the organization’s decision to seek an untested serum for Brantly and Writebol, it was likely only because any Western organization that administers an untested serum to the African population runs the risk of being accused of using blacks as guinea pigs.”

Salmon Run Threatened by ‘Unprecedented’ British Columbia Mining Spill
Renee Lewis, Al Jazeera America
Lewis reports: “An ‘unprecedented’ spill from a mine tailings pond in Canada’s pristine British Columbia has prompted a local state of emergency and water ban while environmentalists worry the contamination could have far-reaching environmental impacts as salmon return to spawn.”

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