War crimes


October 8, 2013 - 'The Struggle Continues: Seeking Compensation for Vietnamese Agent Orange Victims, 52 years on'

For over 10 years, from 1961 to 1975, in order to deny food and protection to those deemed to be "the enemy," the United States defoliated the land and forests of Vietnam with the chemicals known as Agent Orange. These chemicals contained the impurity of dioxin -- the most toxic chemical known to science. Millions of people were exposed to Agent Orange and today it is estimated that three million Vietnamese still suffer the effects of these chemical defoliants.



Geneva 2 Syria: American 'Peace Talks'


21 January 2014 - Obama administration official condemns Assad regime 'in the strongest possible terms'...


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