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Saudi Arabia committing apparent war crime in Yemen!

Human Rights Watch (HRW) criticized the Saudi regime for apparently committing war crime against Yemeni nation during its ongoing airstrikes on the country.

HRW has confirmed that Saudi-led coalition airstrikes killed at least 65 civilians, including 10 children, and wounded dozens in the Yemeni port city of Mokha on July 24, 2015. 89 more words


Mythology, Barrel Bombs, and Human Rights Watch

By Paul Larudee | CounterPunch | July 21, 2015

To read Human Rights Watch and the western mainstream media, the Syrian government army is inflicting massive casualties upon the Syrian civilian population, most especially through the use of “barrel bombs”.

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Mythology, Barrel Bombs, and Human Rights Watch ~ Paul Larudee

“The Syrian army relies on loyal soldiers defending their country and their homes from a heavily subsidized, markedly foreign incursion, including many mercenaries paid by the Gulf monarchies and trained by the US…

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Syria: Exhibition of ‘Caesar’ Photographs – “Inside Syrian Authorities’ Prisons”

European Parliament, 13-16 July 2015

The European Parliament will host 35 photographs of the Caesar Exhibition. This project displays photographs of detainees’ bodies transferred from the Syrian regime’s prisons and detention centres to military Hospitals 607 and 601 where former military policeman of the Syrian army – known by the pseudonym “Caesar” – was assigned to photograph and document the bodies. 255 more words


Daraa 2011: Syria’s Islamist Insurrection in Disguise

By Prof. Tim Anderson | Global Research | July 5, 2015

“I have seen from the beginning armed protesters in those demonstrations … they were the first to fire on the police.

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Salim Alaradi’s Detainment Renewed for 30 days – Renewal #10

Free Salim Alaradi Campaign

Press Release – June 30, 2015

Salim Alaradi’s Detainment Renewed for 30 days – Renewal #10
Canadian Citizen Detained in UAE for 307 Days…
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Black Friday: The Clifford Orji Story.

Bukola Fadaini.

I was relatively young when the Clifford Orji  story emerged. The little I know about him is as a result of word of mouth from family members and occasional referrals made by musicians in their songs. 441 more words