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70 Years After V-J Day, Still No Honor for Japanese Empire’s ‘Comfort Women’

The abuse and sacrifice they experienced in World War II goes unheeded, while Western countries institutionalize sexual exploitation of women.

Posted on Aug 31, 2015 READ MORE

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 there is the silence of politicians and the public.

Posted on Aug 19, 2015 READ MORE

The U.S. Aids and Abets War Crimes in the Philippines

The International Peoples’ Tribunal on Crimes Against the Filipino People has found the U.S. government and that of the Philippines guilty of egregious human rights violations as an outgrowth of the war on terror.

Posted on Jul 22, 2015 READ MORE

Flight MH17: Searching for the Truth of a War Crime

An investigation by the Berlin-based newsroom CORRECT!V reveals that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed by a Russian Air Defense Brigade operating on Ukrainian territory, without displaying national emblems.

Posted on Jan 11, 2015 READ MORE

AK Rockefeller (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Could Attacks on Journalists Be Made War Crimes?

The global journalist defense group Reporters Without Borders wants the International Criminal Court and the United Nations to consider attacks on journalists war crimes.

Posted on Dec 15, 2013 READ MORE

AP / Matthias Schrader

Demjanjuk Facing Jail Time for Holocaust Role

It’s taken several decades and a couple of different judicial systems, but Thursday, John Demjanjuk, an American who helped the Nazis murder about 28,000 Jews at a prison camp in Poland during the Holocaust, was finally sentenced to prison.

Posted on May 12, 2011 READ MORE


Israeli-British Relations Hurt by Arrest Warrant

British Foreign Secretary David Milliband and other U.K. diplomats took some serious heat from Israeli officials after an arrest warrant was issued in London earlier this week for Israel’s former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (above), accusing her of committing war crimes against Palestinians during last winter’s war in Gaza.

Posted on Dec 15, 2009 READ MORE

Rumsfeld and Hussein

Robert Scheer: Bush’s November Surprise

Bush insisted that Saddam Hussein’s trial be held in Iraq so that an international tribunal would never expose America’s history of support for the tyrant—(as in 1982, when President Ronald Reagan sent Donald Rumsfeld, above, to enhance diplomatic relations between Iraq and the U.S.)

Posted on Nov 7, 2006 READ MORE

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