Tag Archives: war crimes

Ukraine | DPR Says Ukraine Forces Tortured and Killed Prisoner of War

The spokesman of the Armed Forces of the Donetsk People’s Republic Eduard Basurin told in his everyday reports, a week ago the Ukrainian command destabilized the situation on the contact line again. 15 fighters from the 36th Marine Brigade under the cover of mortar fire made an attempt to take Donetsk republic’s positions on the contact line in the vicinity of the settlement October. As a result of the clash, one of DPR defenders was wounded, another – Toropkin Evgeny Igorevich, was taken prisoner.

The My Lai Massacre: fifty years later

by Howard Lisnoff

Nineteen sixty-eight was an earth-shattering year! Revolution was in the air all across the globe from nations in Europe to Mexico, the U.S., and beyond. Living in revolutionary times was exhilarating, especially when seen against the backdrop of the fascistic systems of government and politics that have grown across the world today.

Croatia | In His Final Act, War Criminal Hijacks Court

The shocking public suicide of Slobodan Praljak at the Hague Tribunal has overshadowed the significant findings of Croatia’s complicity in mass crimes in Bosnia and has further diminished the legacy of the international court.

Wednesday’s reading of the appellate verdict in the case against six Bosnian Croatian defendants was the last verdict issued by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

Ratko Mladic Convicted of Genocide, Jailed for Life

The UN court in The Hague convicted former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic of the genocide of Bosniaks from Srebrenica, war crimes and crimes against humanity, and sentenced him to life imprisonment.

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia found former Bosnian Serb Army commander Ratko Mladic guilty on Wednesday of genocide and crimes against humanity, convicting him of some of the worst atrocities in Europe since World War II and jailing him for life.

Argentina | Six Argentinians sentenced to life for ‘Dirty War’ role

Defendants convicted of committing crimes against humanity during Argentina’s ‘Dirty war’ era in the 1970s.

Six Argentinians have been sentenced to life after being convicted of committing crimes against humanity during the country’s right-wing military rule from 1976-1983.