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 Can Persistent Racism be a Prelude to Genocide? Can Persistent Racism be a Prelude to Genocide? by Rene Wadlow
Can Persistent Racism be a Prelude to Genocide ? An interrogation to Mark the Anniversary of the Genocide Convention 9 December is t
 Anniversary of the Genocide Convention: 9 December 1948Anniversary of the Genocide Convention: 9 December 1948 by Rene Wadlow
An Unused but not Forgotten Standard of World LawGenocide is the most extreme consequence of racial discrimination and ethnic hatred. Genocide has as its aim the destruction, wholly or in part, of a national, ethnic, racial or r
 GenocideGenocide by Thanos Kalamidas
Gregoire Ndahimana, a former mayor in the city of Kivumu in Rwanda, is accused of the massacre of over 2,000 ethnic Tutsis sheltered in a church that was bulldozed to the ground, killing everybody. Naturally the ex-mayor has declared not guilty
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 Darfur: The Dead are not gone foreverDarfur: The Dead are not gone forever by Rene Wadlow
    The dead are not gone forever.    They are in the paling shadows    And in the darkening shadows.    The dead are not beneath the ground.    They ar
 Darfur's new dayDarfur's new day by Thanos Kalamidas
I’m going to go straight to the point for the ones who argue that the withdrawal of UN troops from Darfur and the prosecution of the Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir for genocide will bring more trouble than good. There is only one thing to
 With Spies and Cellphones, Ethiopian Terror Touches MinnesotaWith Spies and Cellphones, Ethiopian Terror Touches Minnesota by Doug McGill
The four men sitting at a downtown coffee shop here recently told me a story that sounded too far-fetched to be true. Could a humanitarian crisis following the pattern of Darfur, Sudan actually be unfolding while capturing hardly a sec
 Ethiopian Official Defects to U.S., Decries Anuak GenocideEthiopian Official Defects to U.S., Decries Anuak Genocide by Doug McGill
An Ethiopian government official seeking to distance himself from what he says is a continuing attempt by Ethiopia to eradicate an African tribe, has defected to the United States. Obang Oman, who only three weeks ago visited
 An Ethiopian Strongman Meets The Minnnesota AnuakAn Ethiopian Strongman Meets The Minnnesota Anuak by Doug McGill
The burning question in the days before the tense meeting held here last Saturday was: How would the traumatized survivors of an accused mass killer greet the very person who had planned their doom?
 A Genocide Planner to Meet His Minnesota SurvivorsA Genocide Planner to Meet His Minnesota Survivors by Doug McGill
An Ethiopian government official named as a primary architect of a genocide in western Ethiopia will visit Minneapolis this Saturday, to directly confront members of the African tribe his government has targeted for
 North Korean concentration camps: This time we know...North Korean concentration camps: This time we know... by William Edo
No one knows for sure how many North Koreans are in concentration camps. Some say that there are around 100,000 people, mostly Christians. Witnesses have claimed that N
 Banning dignityBanning dignity by Thanos Kalamidas
I know, I know, I’m going to be my usual cynical self but it was about time for the General Secretary of the United Nations to remember why he’s actually there and move from the fancy New York receptions to Darfur. Really, has anybody
 Never againNever again by Thanos Kalamidas
It is over twenty years since I went there and I feel so embarrassed thinking about it. I feel embarrassed because I am a human, a member of the human race, the very same race with those who build that place. It is o
 One more name on the list of deadOne more name on the list of dead by Thanos Kalamidas
A few months ago, I wrote a long article about the Armenian and Turkish dispute over the Armenian Genocide. Some of the information I used was taken from an article written by Hrant Dink, a
 Following ordersFollowing orders by Thanos Kalamidas
It's so sad to see something coming true that was going around in your mind all the time. It is sad to see that they couldn’t even hold themselves for a few months not to mention days. Now we know that their hurry to commit a crime was j
 Robert Mugabe's brutal destinyRobert Mugabe's brutal destiny by Thanos Kalamidas
You don’t need to go far to hear all the horror stories of a terrifying dictatorship. You just have to stop in Johannesburg, the place where most Zimbabwe refugees have fled. Robert Mugabe is Africa’s nightmare and has brought rise to
 A death blow to the ICCA death blow to the ICC by Amin George Forji
Former Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet died on December 10th in the Santiago military hospital, where he had been recovering from a heart attack for a week. Priests had administered him with last rites, but doctors believed he was recove
 Massacring DR Congo's futureMassacring DR Congo's future by Thanos Kalamidas
There’s nothing that saddens me more than the news of a civil war, whether it begins or continues. There was a civil war in Greece that lasted nearly five years; memories and passions still last generations later. So why would it be any diff
 Genocide NunGenocide Nun by Amin George Forji
A popular Biblical verse warns: Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves (Matthew 7:15).
 Turkey's freedom of speechTurkey's freedom of speech by Thanos Kalamidas
How odd is that? A member of the Turkish parliament, after a long speech full of threats against France, finishes by saying that by approving this law France proves that it lacks freedom of speech, while the same membe
 The Armenian genocideThe Armenian genocide by Thanos Kalamidas
For centuries, Armenians and Turks, among other ethnicities, lived in peace under the Ottoman Empire and the Armenians were known as the "loyal millet". Despite other ethnic minorities and although Armenian
 Darfur does not applyDarfur does not apply by Amin George Forji
Delegates from the 70-member Executive Committee of the U.N. High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) ended their week-long conference on Friday with deep concern about the ongoing humanitarian crises in Darfur, Sudan, tha
 Remember Babi Yar: Remember Nitesh Kumar SinghRemember Babi Yar: Remember Nitesh Kumar Singh by Thanos Kalamidas
The death of the 27-year-old Indian student in Saint Petersburg, Nitesh Kumar Singh, was not the first and, according to what they believe in Russia, won't be the last racially-motivated incident. Bu
 
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