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2005

Killers of American Nun Confess

December 10, 2005 // O Tempo - Portugal - Portuguese

BELÉM, Brazil: This Friday in Belém a trial began against Rayfran das Neves Sales (“Fogoió”) and Clodoaldo Carlos Batista (“Eduardo”), accused in the death of the missionary Dorothy Stang, after the two admitted to Judge Cláudio Montalvão that they were hired to commit the murder, and began planning it in [Read more]

Brazilians to 'Try' Bush for Crimes Against Humanity

December 10, 2005 // O Tempo - Brazil - Portuguese

The 57th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, commemorated today [Saturday], will be great occasion for new manifestations of opposition to North American President George W. Bush. The Brazilian Center of Solidarity for the People and Fight for Peace (Cebrapaz) will promote a series of events [Read more]

Killers of American Nun Confess

December 10, 2005 // O Tempo - Brazil - Portuguese

BELÉM, Brazil: This Friday in Belém a trial began against Rayfran das Neves Sales (“Fogoió”) and Clodoaldo Carlos Batista (“Eduardo”), accused in the death of the missionary Dorothy Stang, after the two admitted to Judge Cláudio Montalvão that they were hired to commit the murder, and began planning it in [Read more]

America Ushers In Era of 'Sectarian Affiliation'

November 28, 2005 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

Sectarian division and the chasing after illegal profits are the greatest hallmarks of the new era ushered in by U.S. "liberation" troops. Indeed, sectarian affiliation has now replaced loyalty to country and flag. You no longer need to be honest and patriotic to get a government job, for example. Sectarianism has [Read more]

U.S. Invasion 'Has Brought Nothing But Jails'

November 17, 2005 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari is now facing the most critical decision of his life and that will either make or break his political career. In the aftermath of the reported atrocities against Iraqi inmates at a secret prison in Baghdad he has two options. To win back his credibility, in the eyes of many Iraqis at [Read more]

U.S. Mistreats Innocents on the Battlefield

November 9, 2005 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

It is wrong to blame ordinary Iraqis, wherever they live, for the surge in violence by groups opposed to the government and the United States. As U.S. troops pursue their new border offensive [Operation Steel Curtain] for a seventh consecutive day, reports from the battlefield say that innocent Iraqis are again bearing [Read more]
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