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by The Real News Network on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Erlich: The US massacre at Al-Sukkariya, Syria in 2008 was a clear violation of international law

Reese Erlich is a best-selling book author and freelance journalist who writes regularly for the Dallas Morning News, Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Radio and National Public Radio. He has won numerous journalism awards, including the prestigious Peabody (shared with others).

by The Real News Network on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Erlich: The US massacre at Al-Sukkariya, Syria in 2008 was a clear violation of international law

Reese Erlich is a best-selling book author and freelance journalist who writes regularly for the Dallas Morning News, Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Radio and National Public Radio. He has won numerous journalism awards, including the prestigious Peabody (shared with others).

by The Real News Network on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Erlich: The US massacre at Al-Sukkariya, Syria in 2008 was a clear violation of international law

Reese Erlich is a best-selling book author and freelance journalist who writes regularly for the Dallas Morning News, Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Radio and National Public Radio. He has won numerous journalism awards, including the prestigious Peabody (shared with others).

by The Real News Network on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Erlich: The US massacre at Al-Sukkariya, Syria in 2008 was a clear violation of international law

Reese Erlich is a best-selling book author and freelance journalist who writes regularly for the Dallas Morning News, Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Radio and National Public Radio. He has won numerous journalism awards, including the prestigious Peabody (shared with others).

by The Real News Network on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Erlich: The US massacre at Al-Sukkariya, Syria in 2008 was a clear violation of international law

Reese Erlich is a best-selling book author and freelance journalist who writes regularly for the Dallas Morning News, Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Radio and National Public Radio. He has won numerous journalism awards, including the prestigious Peabody (shared with others).

by Anonymous on Monday Oct 19 2009

The Israeli cabinet has rejected last week's resolution of the United Nations Human Rights Council, which endorsed a report accusing the state of war crimes during the Gaza conflict, accusing the UN of a double standard.

The cabinet said that that the army's three-week assault on the Gaza Strip last December and January was legitimate self-defense.

by Anonymous on Thursday Oct 15 2009

 U.S. military censors have blocked a Pentagon lawyer's donation of a book by U.S. dissident intellectual, Noam Chomsky, to an inmate at the U.S military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

"[The book] consists of op-eds written for The New York Times syndicate and distributed by them. The subversive rot must run very deep."--Noam Chomsky

by Anonymous on Tuesday Oct 13 2009

 A Chinese court has handed down death sentences to six men for their involvement in a riot in the far northwestern region of Xinjiang, in the first cases directly related to the deadly July riots in Xinjiang. Violence sparked by the rioting left nearly 200 people dead and more than 1,600 others injured. The six men had been charged for murder and other crimes.

by ProPublica on Tuesday Oct 06 2009

By T. Christian Miller in ProPublica

Reggie Lane was once a hulking man of 260 pounds. Friends called him "Big Dad." Now, he weighed less than 200 pounds and his brain was severely damaged. He groaned angry, wordless cries.

by ProPublica on Tuesday Oct 06 2009

By T. Christian Miller in ProPublica

Reggie Lane was once a hulking man of 260 pounds. Friends called him "Big Dad." Now, he weighed less than 200 pounds and his brain was severely damaged. He groaned angry, wordless cries.

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