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Category Archives: Yemen
‘Dirty Wars’ Washington premier at E Street cinema
Because the initial showing sold out E Street switched the show to Theatre 4, their largest, and it was almost full by showtime. Despite the topic, the US corn industry had a good night as people were shoveling the stuff … Continue reading
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The Endless Everywhere War? America’s War of Terror, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0….
Asked at a Senate hearing yesterday how long the war on terrorism will last, Michael Sheehan, the assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low-intensity conflict, answered: “At least 10 to 20 years…” A spokeswoman later clarified that Sheehan … Continue reading
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Geographies of Massacres
A government under severe pressure from rebels unleashes violence that results in a massacre of families, women and children especially. This is the horror scene we’ve seen for the last few weeks in international affairs. But its is hardly confined … Continue reading
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