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Denouncing US Bullying of ICC, Rights Groups Demand Afghan War Crimes Victims Get Their Day in Court
Appeal filed against International Criminal Court's rejection of war crimes probe
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President Donald Trump arrives for a campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan on March 28, 2019. (Photo: Nicholas Kamm / AFP - Getty Images) Views
Trump's Mexico Tariff Deal Is Fake News. Mexico Has Been Enforcing U.S. Immigration Policy For Years
The only thing the Mexican government surrendered in the war of words was its dignity
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Raytheon and United Technologies Announce Merger to Create 'Military-Industrial Behemoth'
The proposed merger "should be dead on arrival," said one anti-trust advocate
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Citing Slaughter in Yemen, Senators Launch New Effort to Block Trump From Selling More US-Made Weapons to Saudis
"The more weapons we sell to Saudi Arabia, the longer the war in Yemen drags on and the more civilians will die as a result of indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks by the Saudi-led coalition."
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No, WSJ, Palestinians Have Not Given Up On National Rights
Most Palestinians support a just and lasting settlement of the issue of Palestinian statelessness.
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Iran Denounces Trump's 'Hollow' Offer of Negotiations After US Imposes Latest Sanctions
"The American policy of maximum pressure is a defeated policy."
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As Trump Signals Support for Israel's Proposed West Bank Annexation, Lawmakers and Rights Advocates Condemn Plan to Commit 'War Crime'
"That is not the path to peace, that is the road to an endless conflict."
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Aung San Suu Kyi met Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Budapest on Wednesday (Photo: Hungarian government) Views
Aung San Suu Kyi in Hungary: A Chilling Sign of Global Islamophobia
The spectacle of the Burmese Nobel Laureate's meeting with Viktor Orban highlights the monstrous threat posed to Muslims around the world
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The most egregious part of Strobel’s report is its whitewashing of Haspel’s disturbing record in the CIA by uncritically transmitting glowing endorsements by other CIA officials. (Photo: FAIR) Views
WSJ Says CIA Chief Wouldn't Do Anything 'Inappropriate'—Despite Record of Torture and Coverup
Perhaps if outlets like the Wall Street Journal provided less adulatory coverage of the CIA’s leaders and the organization’s illicit activities, it would be harder for its members like “Bloody Gina” Haspel to get away with lying
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California Rep. Duncan Hunter. (Photo: Denis Poroy / AP) Views
Whitewashing War Crimes Has Become the American Way
What sort of society would America be if its soldiers were free to rape, pillage and plunder in current and future wars? A venal empire, that’s what—which this country resembles more and more.
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