Monthly Archives: May 2011

With heavy heart, Christians leave Baghdad

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 (AFP) -Bassam Anis was for a long time an optimist, but persistent attacks against his Christian community convinced him that his home country, Iraq, no longer offered him solace. So, on April 30, he fled.…

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Attacks on Copts

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THE DOWNSIDE of the disintegration of Yugoslavia’s autocratic state was the tragic unleashing of powerful, suppressed ethnic tensions that led to bloody war. Is the…

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The Armenian cause and International law

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  Author: Alfred de Zayas Geneva. Murder has been a sin since Cain killed Abel, long before the first attempts by lawyers to codify penal law, before the Hammurabi and other ancient codes. More…

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