9/29/2016

75 MSF and MSF supported medical facilities have been attacked since Kunduz

Links Between Canadian First Nations and Scotland


Happy Birthday, Jerry Lee

The Killer is 81 today. Many happy returns.

Sudan accused of using chemical weapons in Darfur

New Clashes In South Sudan Raise Risk Of Civil War

New Clashes In South Sudan Raise Risk Of Civil War | OilPrice.com

On Monday, Former South Sudan First Vice President Riek Machar, who leads the SPLA-IO, pushed for an armed campaign against the government of President Salva Kiir — a call that could revive the country's civil war.
The opposition faction had predicted imminent attacks from government forces, according to SPLA-IO’s media representative, Weirial Puok Baluang. The group dealt “heavy causalities against the government forces” during the most recent clashes, Puok said.

Obama pierde contra el Congreso. Las víctimas del 11-S podrán demandar a Arabia Saudí

Heminghway's Passport Photo, 1923

True Situation In Syria - US Peace Council

9/28/2016

British and US military 'in command room' for Saudi strikes on Yemen

British and US military 'in command room' for Saudi strikes on Yemen | World news | The Guardian
Human rights groups, the European parliament and the UN have all expressed concerns about airstrikes by a Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, in support of the internationally recognised government.
Nearly 3,000 civilians have been killed in Yemen since full-blown civil war broke out in March, according to the UN. A million other people have been displaced and the country is now at serious risk of famine.


Two Aleppo Hospitals Bombed


Death of Simon Peres

La destrucción de Alepo, a vista de dron

92% des terriens respirent un air trop pollué selon l'OMS

Yemen Central Bank


9/26/2016

Boris Johnson criticised by human rights groups after blocking inquiry into war crimes in Yemen

Boris Johnson criticised by human rights groups after blocking inquiry into war crimes in Yemen | The Independent
The Netherlands had proposed that the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) set up an independent inquiry into civilian deaths in Yemen, but foreign secretary Boris Johnson rejected calls for Britain to support the international inquiry last week.
He insisted that the Government is "using a very, very wide variety of information sources about what is happening to acquaint ourselves with the details" about the war in Yemen, where a Saudi Arabia-led coalition is accused of committing war crimes.