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We Shall Live To Tell The Stories Of War Crimes In Gaza

By Hana Baalousha 03 August, 2014 The Electronic Intifada Palestinian child Rizeq al-Hayek is mourned during his Gaza City funeral on 19 July. (Ezz al-Zanoun / APA images) In all Holywood action films, when the enemy uses a civilian as a human… Continue Reading →

President Rajapaksa receives peace and democracy award from Bolivia #WTFnews

President Mahinda Rajapaksa received an award from Bolivia in recognition of his contribution to peace and democracy. The Presidential Spokesperson and International Media Unit notes that the award is the highest honour awarded by the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Álvaro… Continue Reading →

An Architect of Conscience – Mukul Sinha

Mukul Sinha (1951-2014) Vol – XLIX No. 22, May 31, 2014 | Manisha Sethi Mukul Sinha’s death remained largely beyond the limelight amid the din over Narendra Modi’s anointment as the next Prime Minister. His steadfastly resolve and meticulous eye for detail,… Continue Reading →

Children of War: Why we should never forget the genocide of 1971 #Film

For those who haven’t seen Mritunjay Devvrat’s fantastic film ‘Children of War’ on the atrocities committed by Pakistani forces during Bangladeshi’s 1971 Liberation Struggle should pencil it in their schedule. Devvrat’s dark and gripping depiction of how rape and torture… Continue Reading →

Modi Exposed- Evidence of Modi’s hand in Gujarat’s Genocide

    Shocking in scale and deed if true.  Very disturbing to see such a corrupt judicial system. Investigative journalist Ashish Khetan went undercover, risking his life, to interview the men who did the killing and raping. He told them… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka’s war crimes and the US “human rights” charade

By K. Ratnayake 20 February 2014 The Obama administration has declared that it will present a third consecutive resolution on Sri Lanka to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) meeting in March, calling for a probe into human rights violations…. Continue Reading →

#Srilanka – CHOGM is Dad’s Army revisited

, November 9, 2013  Sri Lanka Guardian  by Pearl Thevanayagam  (November 09, 2013 London Sri Lanka Guardian) CHOGM is but a meeting of Commonwealth Heads whose sell-by-date have long expired. But it plods on like Dad’s Army, the British TV sitcom… Continue Reading →

Srilanka – ‘Tamils still being raped and tortured’ #Vaw #Genocide

By Frances HarrisonPresenter, Our World <iframe width=”640″ height=”360″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/nldVJ6PKUrw?feature=player_embedded” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Frances Harrison‘s report on Sri Lanka As Commonwealth leaders prepare to meet at a summit in the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo, allegations of rape and torture by the Sri… Continue Reading →

PRESS RELEASE – Statement on denial of visa to British Director Callum Macrae

PRESS RELEASE                                                                   8 November 2013     We, the undersigned, strongly condemn the Indian government for refusing a visa to award winning British filmaker Callum Macrae, thereby preventing him from attending the premiere of his documentary ‘No Fire Zone’ in… Continue Reading →

Laboratory of Fascism: Capital, Labour and Environment in Modi’s Gujarat #mustread

Rohit Prajapati and Trupti Shah[1]We are caught in a false debate in which the reality is presented in an erroneous perception. Narendra Modi, the perpetrator of 2002 carnage is counter posed with Mr. Modi the “development leader”. We call it… Continue Reading →

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