Topic: Atrocities

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UN: al-Assad, ISIL, al-Qaeda committing Mass Atrocities, Endangering Int’l Security

UN News Centre | ( Office of the High Commission for Human Rights) – – Mass atrocities by Government forces and non-State armed groups continue...   [ continue reading...]



5 Insane Right-Wing Statements This Week: Kim Davis Saga Sets off 'War on Christianity' Hysteria

And Limbaugh showcases his unique evil mind. The ignorant Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis grabbed a lot of headlines this week, for refusing to give...   [ continue reading...]



Allan Nairn: US Backers of Guatemalan Death Squads Should Be Jailed

As former Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina is held in jail on corruption charges, investigative journalist Allan Nairn looks at how Pérez Molina could a...   [ continue reading...]



Roadmap to reconciliation: 4 post-election challenges for Sri Lanka

Muscular Sinhalese nationalism was defeated at the polls in Sri Lanka. The dismantling of the security state, started in January, can now continue. And there is...   [ continue reading...]



Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai | “Settling” forest rights in “campaign mode” | For Pakistani Hindus in India, hopes start to sour

In this edition we look at a powerful documentary on the Muzaffarnagar communal riots that shook the nation in September 2013, the plight of Pakistani Hindus re...   [ continue reading...]



Celebrity Killer Culture: When Grandiosity, Privilege And Entitlement Turn Attention-Seeking Into Violence

We see a pattern over and over again with history’s famous killers Let me tell you a story. It’s a story inspired by the tragic events of Wednesd...   [ continue reading...]



Is Donald Trump Really a 'Fascist'?

The Trump campaign doesn't seem so funny anymore. Although he is still a clown, nobody laughs at Donald Trump anymore -- which may be the real pu...   [ continue reading...]



Guatemala President Faces Arrest as Business Interests and US Scramble to Contain Uprising

In Guatemala, a judge has ordered that former Vice President Roxana Baldetti must remain in prison while her corruption trial takes place. The ruling comes on t...   [ continue reading...]



Stop the War: bombing Syria won't stop Isis

'Britain needs to break with the idea that proxy wars and western bombs, drones and tanks can solve the problems in the Middle East' Letter to the Gua...   [ continue reading...]



ICC success depends on its impact locally

Delivering justice for victims is the raison d’etre of the ICC. But making justice count for victims requires much more than fair trials in a Hague courtroom....   [ continue reading...]



Why do these ghastly stories rarely make news headlines?

Crime and atrocities against Dalits is on rise, while support and justice in these cases are long delayed and the coverage of these crimes is inept, biased or v...   [ continue reading...]



Law and politics at the International Criminal Court

The ICC should be above politics, but some of the rules found in the Rome Statute make that difficult. A contribution to openGlobalRights’ ICC debate.  ...   [ continue reading...]



Why Are We Ignoring the War on Yemen?

Key human rights groups have warned about war crimes and mass starvation in the U.S.-backed, Saudi-led war on Yemen. But almost as stunning as the atrocities th...   [ continue reading...]



From Japan to Vietnam, Radiation and Agent Orange Survivors Deserve Justice From the US

We must hold our leaders accountable for their crimes in Japan and Vietnam, and ensure that such atrocities never happen again   [ continue reading...]



When did inconvenience kill compassion? Thoughts on Calais

If we replace “migrant” with “desperate and terrified person” do we see something different? A nurse and psychotherapist writes....   [ continue reading...]



Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: The U.S. Military Is in Africa—But What Is It Doing There?

The United States military is a global force, with bases spanning six continents and dozens of countries. Its expansion in East Asia makes headlines a...   [ continue reading...]



I Am Tired of Healthcare

By Luz Sierra Miami IWW August 5, 2015 Five years had passed since I first began working as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). A CNA is a health care provi...   [ continue reading...]



Where Did the Antiwar Movement Go?: War, Sunny Side Up, and the Summer of Slaughter (Vietnam and Today)

Americans would generally live through their twenty-first-century wars as if they weren’t happening. Let me tell you a story about a moment in my l...   [ continue reading...]



Africa’s Problem from Hell: Samantha Power

Burundi by Ann Garrison Barack Obama will likely be remembered by history as the president that honed “humanitarian” intervention into a favored weapon of...   [ continue reading...]



Posing as the Great Emancipator: Obama’s Prison-Posturing is Nothing New

criminal justice system by Paul Street President Obama likes to give the impression that he is shocked and surprised by the horrors of the U.S. penal system....   [ continue reading...]

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