Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949 . . . Article 33: “No protected person may be punished for an offense he or she has not personally committed. Collective penalties and likewise all measures of intimidation or of terrorism are prohibited."
Still, it must be appreciated that Obama is trying to move past the era of “profound irresponsibility” in all areas of governmental action.
The country was excluded from the list of nations eligible receive financial aid from the U.S. government. Meanwhile, Colombia, Zambia and Indonesia were selected. Aid to Nicaragua was also suspended.
According to a recently released report by the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), the board of directors of the [Read more]
JOSÉ MIGUEL INSULZA, secretary general of the Organization of American States (OEA), spoke with La Razon yesterday, in La Paz, before attending the proclamation ceremony for the Constitution of Bolivia.
The secretary general of the OEA arrived very early yesterday to a cold and rainy La Paz. With bronchitis [Read more]
A federal judge in the United States found six members of the Center of the School of the Americas (School of the Americas Watch, or SOAW, in English) guilty. The activists were caught last November after entering Fort Benning, GA in protest of the school.
On Monday, January 26, 2009, six human rights activists [Read more]
On Obama has fallen an inheritance so heavy that he cannot take inventory comfortably, but instead must face it with vigor and foresight.
Obama will be able to change the hellish machine into a machine beneficent for the world
Caracas- Today the Venezuelan Chancellor Nicolas Maduro characterized a presumed conspiracy to deal a coup détat to President Hugo Chavez as extremely serious and denounced the Unites States for its involvement.
During a live interview with Venezuelan Television (VTV), the minister pointed out that in the [Read more]