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In a striking video, Moisreen provide strong photographic and video evidence of the crimes committed by the Egyptian Security Service
Mosireen provides a powerful critique of the Morsi government’s adherence to the rule of law in a powerful video essay
Anna McKeever discusses the recent protests on the streets of Kyiv against the brutal attack of a small group of peaceful protesters by Ukrainian special police forces
In this article, Jeremy Keenan examines the evidence for the conclusion that the West, notably the US and UK, is covering up for a botched “false flag” operation by their ally, Algeria’s DRS.
Jeremy Keenan discusses Mali's recent election and the challenges faced by the new president.
The most serious crimes in the modern world, on any reasonable definition, are acts that are largely committed, instigated or condoned by governments and their officials: for example, genocide, war crimes, torture and corruption. However, state crime is under-acknowledged by popular and academic authors. Calling these activities ‘crimes’ should be uncontroversial as they violate international and/or national criminal law… Read more »