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Memorial to the massacre of the people of El Mozote, El Salvador. Image from No Fixed Address.‘Removing the veil’:El Salvador apologizes for State violenceon 20th anniversary of Peace Accords By Leah Wilson and Alexis Stoumbelis | The Rag Blog | … finish reading Leah Wilson and Alexis Stoumbelis : El Salvador’s Funes Apologizes for El Mozote Massacre
WikiLeaks cables were used by corporate media to defame the government of Salvadoran President Mauricio Funes. Photo from ESAhora.Wikileaks, El Salvador, and imperialist interests How corporate media turned a diplomatic crisis into a political advantage for the U.S. By Leah … finish reading Leah Wilson : Imperialist Uses of WikiLeaks
Alan Locklear Alan Pogue Alan Waldman Alan Wieder Alice Embree Alyce Guynn Anne Lewis Bernardine Dohrn Bill Ayers Bill Fletcher Jr. Bill Freeland Bill Meacham Bill Narum (1947-2009) Bob Feldman Bob Simmons Bruce Melton Carl Davidson Carl R. Hultberg Carlos … finish reading Rag Bloggers
Former president of El Salvador Alfredo Cristiani Burkard, photographed in 1989 in London.Spanish human rights organization files suit against Alfredo Cristiani and 14 others for involvement in Jesuit massacre of 1989.By Leah Wilson / The Rag Blog / November 17, … finish reading Spain to Consider Charges Against Former Salvadoran President Christiani in Jesuit Killings
Handcuffs sit at the foot of a chair used for interrogation inside a cell in the maximum security Camp 5 at Camp Delta on May 9, 2006 in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images.U.S. Medical Personnel and Interrogations: What … finish reading Medicine and Torture: Bad Bedfellows
FASCIST AMERICA, IN 10 EASY STEPSBy Naomi Wolf [Naomi Wolf’s new book, The End of America: Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot was published by Chelsea Green in September.] Last autumn, there was a military coup in Thailand. The … finish reading The Definition of Tyranny
Nine-eleven? Beirut? Bali? Not exactly …. We Are All Living on Planet Hiroshimaby Mark T. Harris, August 07, 2007 When the first atomic bomb fell on Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, two-year-old Sadako Sasaki was at home with her family. … finish reading The Greatest Act of Mass Terror in History?