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Court to Probe Afghan War Crimes
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Jueves, 10 de septiembre del 2009

by BBC News September 10, 2009 The chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) says he is gathering information about possible war crimes in Afghanistan. Luis Moreno-Ocampo says that he will be examining claims relating to both Nato soldiers and Taliban insurgents. He said the court had received allegations from many sources, relating to attacks and collateral damage.

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Art as Resistance
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Miércoles, 9 de septiembre del 2009

by Dahr Jamail September 6, 2009 “Throughout history, culture and art have always been the celebration of freedom under oppression.” - Author unknown Soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan have tough truths to tell, and it has been well demonstrated that the establishment media does not want to broadcast these. Given the lack of an outlet for anti-war [...]

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Caught in the crossfire: The Forgotten Casualties of War in Afghanistan
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Martes, 8 de septiembre del 2009

Some Afghans say foreign forces are as dangerous as Taliban by Jon Boone in Lashkar Gah September 7, 2009 The stooped and withdrawn 18-year-old breathed painfully as he relived the day last month when shrapnel from a missile ripped through his lung and bowels. It was 9am and he was out collecting fruit from his family’s trees in a [...]

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Caos afgano
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Martes, 8 de septiembre del 2009

por Tariq Alí 21 de agosto, 2009 Dado que la democracia se encuentra exhausta en sus ciudadelas de Norte América y de Europa occidental, ¿qué debemos esperar de Afganistán? Estamos solo ante una imitación, ante una elaboración ideológica que deberemos definir justamente como “democratismo”, el rostro aceptable de un poder autoritario. Lo hemos visto ya en acción [...]

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Crisis and Hope: Theirs and Ours
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Viernes, 4 de septiembre del 2009

Artículo final de la serie Resistencia del alimento Nota del editor: Sin sustento, no hay libertad, no hay vida, no hay forma de resistir las injusticias diarias que vienen a oprimirlo a uno cada vez más. No hay libertad. El hambre es una de las injusticias más grandes de nuestros tiempos porque el alimento es un [...]

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Taliban’s Tank-Killing Bombs Came from U.S., Not Iran
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Viernes, 4 de septiembre del 2009

by Gareth Porter WASHINGTON, Sep 3 (IPS) – In support of the official U.S. assertion that Iran is arming its sworn enemy, the Taliban, the head of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), Dennis Blair, has cited a statement by a Taliban commander last year attributing military success against NATO forces to Iranian [...]

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NATO Airstrike in Afghanistan Kills up to 90
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Viernes, 4 de septiembre del 2009

by Douglas Birch September 4, 2009 KABUL – A NATO jet blasted two fuel tankers hijacked by the Taliban in northern Afghanistan, setting off a huge fireball Friday that killed up to 90 people, Afghan officials said. The NATO command said a “large number of insurgents” were killed or injured in the pre-dawn attack near the village of [...]

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POGO Letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarding U.S. Embassy in Kabul
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Miércoles, 2 de septiembre del 2009

September 1, 2009 The Honorable Hillary Clinton Secretary, Department of State 2201 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20520 Dear Secretary Clinton: As you know, last month eight rockets were fired into Kabul, two landing near the U.S. Embassy.1  Not long after, at least seven people were killed and 91 wounded, including children, when a suicide bomber struck close to the Embassy. [...]

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A Little Girl in Kabul
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Martes, 1 de septiembre del 2009

versión en español abajo by Norman Solomon September 1, 2009 Yesterday, I met a little girl named Guljumma. She’s seven years old, and she lives in Kabul at a place called Helmand Refugee Camp District 5. Guljumma talked about what happened one morning last year when she was sleeping at home in southern Afghanistan’s Helmand Valley. At about 5 [...]

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El resultado no importa en las elecciones afganas
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Martes, 1 de septiembre del 2009

EE.UU. ha frustrado y no ha apoyado la democracia por Murray Dobbin 27 de agosto, 2009 “La historia se repite, primero como tragedia y luego como farsa.” Karl Marx La elección presidencial afgana resultará ser simplemente irrelevante. EE.UU., cuya arrogancia imperial lo vuelve ignorante de otras culturas y sociedades, invadió Afganistán con el propósito declarado de eliminar a al-Qaeda [...]

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