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South Korean MPs demand execution of North’s Olympic delegate -- "Kim Yong Chol is a diabolical war criminal"

North Korea will send one of its highest ranking figures, General Kim Yong-chol, to the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

AFP

South Korean lawmakers protested Friday over a visit by a top North Korean general for the Pyeongchang Olympics, labelling him a war criminal over the 2010 sinking of a warship and calling for his execution. 326 more words

VIDEO: The Ukrainian military are engaged in murders, kidnappings, and drug trafficking

WAR CRIME: The Ukrainian military are engaged in murders, robberies, kidnappings for ransom, and drug trafficking

“In the area of ​​the so-called ATO by Ukrainian servicemen in the state of alcoholic intoxication, 66 crimes were committed. 63 more words

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Praljkovača – new brand of slivovitz hits store shelves.

Praljkovača slivovitz, – named after general Slobodan Praljak who drank cyanide at front of the Hague judges after getting guilty verdict for war crimes, crimes against humanity and being part of a joint criminal enterprise durring Bosnian war. 11 more words

Bosnia And Herzegovina

Marketing horseshit has ascended to geopolitics! #rebranding

Headline from NBC News:

Prince Mohammed bin Salman Aims to Rebrand Saudi Arabia

I’m neither an expert nor ignorant of Saudi politics but it’s universally acknowledged that Saudi Arabia is run by ill cocksuckers.

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D. Politics

Slobodan Praljak suicide 'could not have been prevented' - BBC News

This is troubling.. COULDN’T have been prevented? That troubles me. I would accept, It is hard to prevent, but COULDN’T? That stinks of something built into the system, the ability to take ones own life, built into the jurisprudence system. 11 more words

Geo-politics, Socio-economics

“‘I was only following orders’ is the clichéd defense of accused war criminals. And murderous leaders deliberately organize armies, killing squads, and the bureaucracies behind them in such a way that no single person can feel that his actions are necessary or sufficient for the killings to occur.” …

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Steven Pinker

Bosnian war criminal drinks poison in court


Slobodan Praljak, 72, died after apparently drinking poison in the courtroom right after his 20-year sentence was upheld.

ABC