Experiments with truth: 7/21/09

    • The Honduran people intensified protests yesterday following Sunday’s announcement that constitutional President Manuel Zelaya will return to his country next weekend.
    • California State University students have begun a a 48-hour vigil to protest expected cutbacks affecting staff and faculty.
    • The Fisheries Minister has joined British activists, writers, actors and artists in calling on the Japanese fish restaurant chain Nobu to stop serving endangered bluefin tuna, saying he would boycott the chain.


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