Civilian casualties

By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 21st, 2011
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Nearly two months after NATO warplanes ended their bombing campaign in Libya, the New York Times has now published “an investigation” by its staff writers that purports to show that “civilians were killed in several distinct attacks” [1]. The so-called “paper of record” goes on to say in its article ...
By benim
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Jun 4th, 2011
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A U.N. mine expert says an increase in military battles in Southern Sudan has resulted in the laying of new land mines, reversing the time-consuming progress de-miners have made to clear the south of mines after two decades of civil war. Tim Horner, deputy director of the U.N. Mine Action Office in S...