Accused Wikileaks whistle-blower Pvt. Bradley Manning turned 24 Saturday. He spent his birthday in a pre-trial military hearing that could ultimately lead to a sentence of life ... or death.
Let us remember all the victims of war, civilian and military. Let us remember all aspects of war, not just those that make us feel good about ourselves. Today, let us remember everything.
Journalists for Human Rights
The fifth edition of the jhr Rights Report focuses on Sri Lanka. Two years after the civil war ended, why isn't anyone being held accountable for the war crimes that were committed?
Video from the September 26 rally to protest Dick Cheney's book tour stop in Vancouver.
Joshua Blakeney explains the inconsistent application of Canada's laws pertaining to war criminals in light of George W. Bush's plan to enter Canada on October 20, 2011.
Last Saturday, Julian Assange made his way by train from house arrest in Norfolk to join me and Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek for a public conversation about Wikileaks.
Let's say you were looking for some escape from the daily grind on a gorgeous spring evening. Some Torontonians might want to go hear a real live accused war criminal, who's been invited to town.
Serbian war criminal Ratko Mladic is sitting in the Hague for his role in the siege on Sarejevo and the massacre at Srebrenica during the Bosnia war of the early 1990s.
Mayor Dianne Watts has invited George W. Bush to come to Surrey, British Columbia to attend the annual Surrey Regional Economic Summit this coming October.
The latest on Khadr's case. The horrors of his ongoing detainment. Why and how the Canadian goverment has supported his torture.