Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Halabja and Kurdish Genocide in Iraq Shows We Must Move From 'Never Again' to 'Always Prevent'
While many of the world's governments want to prevent genocide, they almost never act to achieve this aim. This despite most being signatories to the UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide which is explicitly designed to compel them to do just that.
Aircraft that fail to comply with procedures within a restricted airspace zone around the Olympic site in London could be
It isn't when people are proved right that they become convinced of the righteousness of their arguments. It is when they have been proved wrong.
Col Muammar Gaddafi's Libyan government appeared to be preparing for a last violent final showdown after it emerged that