The Ahmed Timol inquest has concluded with the prosecution and the anti-apartheid activist’s family asking the Pretoria High Court Judge Billy Mothle to reject the by the apartheid security branch cops and the finding of the first inquest.
Ava DuVernay’s new documentary chronicles how our justice system has been driven by racism from the days of slavery to today’s era of mass incarceration. The film, “13th,” is named for the constitutional amendment that abolished slavery.
Germany will finally apologize for its other genocide. In a landmark admission of historical guilt, chancellor Angela Merkel said her country will formally recognize and apologize for the systematic murder of Namibia’s Herero people.
Eleven people, including five children, perished in a blaze after the state of Philadelphia dropped a bomb on a house owned by members of MOVE. Sixty one houses burned to the ground on that infamous day, 13th May 1985.
When a conflict emergency happens, we know that protecting children is a life-saving intervention, just like providing food, water and shelter.
After 13 years behind bars, mostly in notorious Guantanamo Bay, Omar Khadr, 28, was released Thursday afternoon from prison, promising to “prove to Canadians that I am better than what they thought of me.
Join us on 22 January 2015 for the screening of ‘War Matters’, a 50-min documentary chronicling 10 years of anti-war resistance in the city of London. By filmmaker Chester Yang.
Almost 1,900 Palestinians, mostly civilians, have been killed since the launch of Israel’s Operation Protective Edge at the beginning of July. What do we know about who died and where they were killed?