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Former US War Crimes Ambassador Calls for UN Investigative Probe into Yazidi Genocide
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Former US War Crimes Ambassador Calls for UN Investigative Probe into Yazidi Genocide Stephanie van den Berg, International Justice Tribune  21 July 2016 Image: Nadia Murad Basee Taha, a Yazidi woman who escaped sexual enslavement by Islamic State, bows her head after telling her story during a UN Security Council meeting (Photo: Flickr/UN Photo/Amanda Voisard) After a United Nations Inquiry commission found last month that the crimes of Islamic

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Despairing 14-year old Boy Commits Suicide in Darfur Camp: Suffering from which international eyes remain averted
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Despairing 14-year old Boy Commits Suicide in Darfur Camp: Suffering from which international eyes remain averted Eric Reeves  |  July 28, 2016  |  http://wp.me/s45rOG-7384 The dispatch from Radio Dabanga was terse, compact—and to my moral sensibility outrageous: A 14-year-old has committed suicide in a camp for displaced people in Zalingei, Central Darfur. The coordinator of Hamidiya camp, El Shafi Abdallah, reported the suicide on Wednesday

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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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This is the Final Report of the Judges who participated in the hearings held in the Nieuwe Kerk, The Hague, Netherlands from 10 to13 November 2015.   Before the hearings, the judges received the Indictment and Prosecution Brief, as well as extensive background documentary material in the form of a Research Report of over six hundred pages. Click HERE for the full report on Indonesia // b?1:0};var da=Array.prototype.indexOf?function(a,b,c){return

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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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