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Genocide of Christians in the Path of ISIL: An Interview with Cardinal Theodore McCarrick
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Genocide of Christians in the Path of ISIL: An Interview with Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Nina Shea  21 July 2016 Image: Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times) On March 17, for only the second time in American history, the secretary of state officially designated an ongoing genocide.  Secretary John Kerry declared that Christians, as well as Yazidis and Shi’a Muslims, are suffering genocide at the hands of the terrorist

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Indonesia 1965 Report

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Ten Stages of Genocide Revised PowerPoint

Ten Stages of Genocide 2016 short version with Countries at Risk

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10 Stages of Genocide, Part 2

© Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance, 2016

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10 Stages of Genocide, Part 1

© Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance, 2016

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Bangladesh, Blaming Local Groups for Attacks, Seeks Suspects Tied to ISIS
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Bangladesh, Blaming Local Groups for Attacks, Seeks Suspects Tied to ISIS Ellen Barry and Maher Sattar, The New York Times July 20, 2016 Image: A police checkpoint along a road leading to the Holey Artisan Bakery, the site of a deadly attack this month in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Bangladesh, reeling from a sudden intensification of terrorism this summer, has begun an urgent search for men suspected of building an Islamic State presence in the country

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Nazi Art Loot Returned…to Nazis
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Nazi Art Loot Returned ... to Nazis Doreen Carvajal and Alison Smale, The New York Times  14 July 2016 Image: Heinrich Hoffmann, who was Hitler’s personal photographer, after World War II. According to archival documents, he sought to claim a list of 278 paintings that had been confiscated by units like the Monuments Men, an Allied group devoted to recovering and returning looted art. Years after World War II, American officials here entrusted

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Trump Mines Grievances of Whites Who Feel Lost
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Trump Mines Grievances of Whites Who Feel Lost Nicholas Confessore,  The New York Times  14 July 2016 Image: A Donald J. Trump rally last week in Raleigh, N.C. Mr. Trump is voicing the bewilderment and anger of whites who do not feel at all powerful or privileged. CreditStephen Crowley/The New York Times The chant erupts in a college auditorium in Washington, as admirers of a conservative internet personality shout down a black protester. It

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Iraq invasion ‘sounded death knell for Iraqi Christians’
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Iraq invasion 'sounded death knell for Iraqi Christians' James Macintyre, Christian Today  7 July 2016 Image: Displaced Iraqi Christians who fled from ISIS militants in Mosul, pray at a school serving as a refugee camp in Erbil on Sept. 6, 2014. Amid the flood of Chilcot report coverage focusing on the build-up to the 2003 Iraq invasion, there has been little attention on Iraqi Christians, whose perilous plight echoes that of displaced and persecuted

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Istanbul Ataturk Airport Attack: Deaths Rise to 41, with 239 Hurt
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Istanbul Ataturk Airport Attack: Deaths Rise to 41, with 239 Hurt BBC News  29 June 2016 Image: BBC News  The death toll in a gun and suicide bomb attack on Istanbul's Ataturk airport has risen to 41, 13 of them foreign nationals, with 239 injured, the Turkish city's governor says. Three attackers arrived in a taxi and began firing at the terminal entrance late on Tuesday. They blew themselves up after police fired back. PM Binali Yildirim said

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