Kissinger’s secret war in Cambodia reveals mass killings: Intercept
Between 1969 and 1973, the U.S. brutally bombed Cambodia, and the man behind the operation, then-Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, bears responsibility for more devastation than previously recognized.
Listen to Barack Obama’s chilling description of U.S. involvement in the gigantic 1965 Indonesia massacre
This week, Indonesian President Joko Widodo acknowledged the “staggering mass slaughter” that took place 57 years ago.
Colombia witnesses one of the worst killing-sprees of 2022
According to the Institute of Development and Peace Studies (INDEPAZ), 20 citizens were murdered in six massacres in the past 10 days. Five social leaders and five ex-combatants were also assassinated in the same period.
Questions abound about Bucha massacre [Warning Graphic Images]
The West has made a snap judgment about who is responsible for the massacre at the Ukrainian town of Bucha with calls for more stringent sanctions on Russia, but the question of guilt is far from decided, writes Joe Lauria.
Details of 1948 Massacres against Palestinians revealed in classified Israeli documents
Israeli government discussions on the massacres perpetrated by Israeli soldiers in 1948 were declassified for the first time this week in an investigative report published by the Israeli newspaper Haaretz and the Akevot Institute for Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Research.
China calls for investigation into U.S. massacres of civilians in Afghanistan
On Wednesday, September 1, Chinese Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said that the massacres of civilians committed by the US military in Afghanistan during 20 years of occupation and war should be fully investigated.