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HAS CANADA FORGOTTEN ITS STANDARDS 12 YEARS DOWN THE ROAD? ​

​ARE WE BEING PLAYED BY THE NEW FACE OF TERRORISM?  ​

Canada pinches Tamil Tigers’ pocketbooks

It labeled the Sri Lankan rebels ‘terrorists’ to stem coerced fundraising among Tamil expatriates. 1,002 more words

Hotel Rwanda's Director Terry George Speaks Truth and Destroys the Lies about Paul Rusesabagina

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/terry-george/how-a-film-could-get-you-_b_5135407.html

How a Film Could Get You 25 Years in Jail!

Twenty years ago this April close to one million Rwandans were slaughtered by machetes, hand grenades and bullets in the swiftest and, perhaps, most savage genocide in modern history. 880 more words

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Tamils voice 'deep anguish' over Tiger extortion allegations

Prominent members of Toronto’s Tamil community expressed their “deep anguish” over a report released by Human Rights Watch that claimed Tamil Tigers were extorting funds from expatriates to support civil war in Sri Lanka. 764 more words

[Statement] Human Rights Watch on Zamboanga relocation of IDPs

HRW statement on Zamboanga relocation of IDPs

“The Zamboanga City government should ensure that the rights of the IDPs (internally displaced persons) in the Cawa-cawa evacuation camp are protected as the city government acts to relocate them in the coming days,” Phelim Kine, Human Rights Watch deputy director for Asia, said today. 421 more words

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Canada pinches Tamil Tigers' pocketbooks

http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/0503/p07s02-woam.html

 It labeled the Sri Lankan rebels ‘terrorists’ to stem coerced fundraising among Tamil expatriates.

By Rebecca Cook Dube, Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor / May 3, 2006… 984 more words

HRW calls on Zamboanga City gov't to ensure IDPs' protection of rights

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HRW calls on Zamboanga City gov’t to ensure IDPs’ protection of rights
“The Zamboanga City government should ensure that the rights of the IDPs (internally displaced persons) in the Cawa-cawa evacuation camp are protected as the city government acts to relocate them in the coming days,” Phelim Kine, Human Rights Watch deputy director for Asia, said recently. 304 more words