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The Bennington Triangle

The “Bennington Triangle” a name coined by New England author Joseph A. Citro during a public radio broadcast in the early 1990’s. Bennington, Vermont was a place that seems to have had several unexplained disappearances. 905 more words


‘A Sea of Tears and Impunity’: Victims Still Searching for Justice 14 Years After Infamous Colombia Military Operation

The second time armed men came to her house, Blanca Nidia Perez Botero wasn’t home.

She was at work. But her sons were home caring for her sick father when some men dressed as soldiers showed up at their door and threatened them. 273 more words

Human Rights

Mass Killings and Abductions in Tripoli

The following information comes from reliable security sources in Tripoli and was published by the Wershfana Media Center and Al Jamahir.


  • Murders, kidnappings in Tripoli have exceeded thirty a day for more than 11 days.
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My Brother Disappeared Along The Oregon Coast, And I Think Whatever Took Him Is After My Whole Family

Our dad’s homemade grave was still alive. My brothers and I were sure some piss ant townie kids would come in and rip apart the cross we made of driftwood and Super Glue and shape it into a penis or stick beer cans on it or something super mature like that, but that was not the case. 7,593 more words

Italian senator: government must resist pressure to return ambassador to Cairo seven months on from Giulio's murder

by Carlotta Mingardi

Seven months after the body of Giulio Regeni, the young Italian researcher from Cambridge, was found lifeless in Cairo, with evident signs of torture, Italian senator Luigi Manconi,  Amnesty Italy and Giulio’s parents are calling on the Italian government to resist pressure from Egypt to restore full diplomatic relations.  576 more words