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Miércoles, 23 de abril del 2014

Por: Alberto Sierra Asensio Periodista ccs@solidarios.org.es Twitter: @albsierr Karim Khan puede vivir para contarlo. El pasado 5 de febrero, 20 hombres armados, varios de ellos vestidos con uniforme de policía paquistaní, lo secuestraron y se lo llevaron en coche, con los ojos vendados, a un lugar secreto. Según la ONG británica Reprieve, fue encadenado, torturado e interrogado en repetidas [...]

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Lunes, 12 de agosto del 2013

Actualización sobre la guerra con aviones no tripulados El 1 de agosto de 2013, el Secretario de Estado estadounidense John Kerry hizo un anuncio en Islamabad, adonde se había desplazado en un intento de resucitar las estratégicas negociaciones bilaterales entre EEUU y Pakistán. Durante la conferencia de prensa, dijo que EEUU se había comprometido a poner [...]

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Miércoles, 19 de junio del 2013

Not long before last month’s elections, dozens of workers (the youngest was 12) were burned to death in factory fires in Karachi and Lahore. Pakistan’s rulers were unmoved: there were token expressions of regret but no talk of tough new laws being passed after the election. There is barely any safety regulation in Pakistan, and [...]

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Noticias

Viernes, 7 de junio del 2013

“The CIA did not always know who it was targeting and killing in drone strikes in Pakistan over a 14-month period, an NBC News review of classified intelligence reports shows. About one of every four of those killed by drones in Pakistan between Sept. 3, 2010, and Oct. 30, 2011, were classified as “other militants,” the [...]

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Entrevistas

Miércoles, 29 de mayo del 2013

Investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill and author Noam Chomsky recently sat down together at Harvard University to discuss Scahill’s groundbreaking new book, “Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield.” Amy Goodman hosted the discussion, which was sponsored by the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School and the ACLU of Massachusetts.

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Martes, 28 de mayo del 2013

Here are the good, the bad and the ugly things in President Obama’s important speech on counter-terrorism Thursday, and in the off-stage steps he has announced that mysteriously did not appear in the speech:

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Lunes, 27 de mayo del 2013

As one of the 1,200-plus signatories to the full-page ad that appeared in The New York Times, calling for the closure of Guantanamo, I was disappointed in President Barack Obama’s speech Thursday on counterterrorism, drones and Guantanamo.

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Viernes, 3 de mayo del 2013

When we experience terror at home, we must remember the United States’s use of terror abroad    April is usually a cheerful month in New England, with the first signs of spring, and the harsh winter at last receding. Not this year.

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Lunes, 29 de abril del 2013

Jeremy Scahill, Blowback Reporter Chalmers Johnson’s book Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire was published in March 2000 — and just about no one noticed.  Until then, blowback had been an obscure term of CIA tradecraft, which Johnson defined as “the unintended consequences of policies that were kept secret from the American people.”  In his [...]

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Martes, 23 de abril del 2013

“She had a great sense of humor and freckles and red hair that brought her right to her Irish roots.” She was “a dream daughter.” I have a daughter, so maybe that’s why these words cut so deep.

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