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Are African Leaders Guilty?

by Weddy Joanne in Issues, October 14, 2013
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The past few weeks have seen a lot of campaigns against the International Criminal Court in Africa.But are African Leaders right in opposing The ICC?

Boston Marathon Bombing ….planned?

by bronzetyger2000 in Issues, April 22, 2013
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A mountain of compiled news evidence proving the Boston Marathon bombing, was a military controlled training exercise.

2012: Are Agreements Worth The Paper They’re Written on?

by Vanity Press News in Issues, November 4, 2012
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2012: Are agreements worth the paper they’re written on?

The Syrian “Peace” Plan?

by Ridzdf in Issues, April 9, 2012
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As the conflict still occurs in syria the US has their say about the so called "Peace" plan.

The West Should Not Have Allowed Muammar Gaddafi to be Murdered in Cold Blood

by Vanity Press News in Issues, January 20, 2012
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The West should not have allowed Muammar Gaddafi to be murdered in cold blood.

Should The Geneva Conventions be Applied to Video Games?

by Walter White in Issues, December 8, 2011
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Could playing video games make you a war criminal? The International Committee of the Red Cross is looking into whether realistic war video games should be bound by international laws such as the Geneva and Hague Conventions.

Why President Obama Hesitated in Ordering Osama’s Termination

by Anjili in Issues, December 2, 2011
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Why did President Obama hesitate in issuing the order to terminate Osama bin Laden? There has been talk that Paneta finally had to give the order. Was it that Mr. President was cowardly or just didn’t have the guts to give the thumbs up sign for “Go”.

Malaysian Court Documents Ask Bush and Blair’s Crimes to The United Nations

by Radjabisol in Issues, November 26, 2011
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Kuala Lumpur – A war crimes tribunal hearing in Malaysia will hand over documents regarding crimes committed by the former President of the United States (U.S.), George W. Bush, and former Prime Minister (PM) Britain, Tony Blair, in Iraq to the United Nations (UN).

Knight Bus Boycott?

by Speckled Jim in Issues, July 16, 2011
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Has anyone else noticed that even the supposed "good guys" in Harry Potter are massive racists?

Killing Fields of Lanka

by Ranjan Mathews in Society, July 13, 2011
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War hardens Soldiers, making them insensitive and turning them into Raping Robots, Torturing Tormentors and Killing Criminals with Basic Animal Instincts taking over the better of human feelings. The killing fields of Sri Lanka shows how even a predominantly Budhist people could commit Genocide of innocent Tamil Civilians–children and women, after Surrender!

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