Many detainees in guantanamo are innocent

Many detainees in guantanamo are innocent

 

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    Ex-Bush admin official: Many at Gitmo are innocent – 19 Mar 2009

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Many detainees locked up at Guantanamo were innocentmen swept up by US forces unable to distinguish enemies from noncombatants 

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Dangers of deflation trap

   Dangers of deflation trap 

 

Dangers of Deflation [PDF] 

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A more recent account of the danger of deflation is that of ….. in dealing with globaldeflation. 10. A liquidity trap may also be thought of as “a …
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Judges must act according to the law…when they sit to judge, they are being judged

Judges must act according to the law…

when they sit to judge, they are being judged by the people

Judge of New Zealand Court of Appeal President of New Zealand 
When the cannons roar does the law fall silent? International law and the use 
…. standard that we set for ourselves. When we sit at trial we stand on trial. 
 judge we are being judged. Therefore we must act according to our purest 
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Burma is an International issue: China

By WAI MOE

from:The Irrawaddy

China’s representative in Geneva has said at the United Nations Human Rights Council that issues of development and national reconciliation in Burma are difficulties and challenges that are in the interests of the entire international community.

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Asean has failed to save the Rohingyas

    Asean has failed to save the Rohingyas

KUALA LUMPUR, 6 March 2009: The recent side talks by governments during the 14th Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean) summit has failed to adequately address the repeated violations against the Rohingya asylum seekers, reports CARAM Asia. Although Myanmar has initially agreed to allow some of the Rohingya refugees back into the country, it has done so on the condition that the refugees must prove themselves as Bengali, further removing the onus of responsibility from the state.

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You’re not Googling us in London

   You’re not Googling us in London 

LONDON, March 22 – Google was at the centre of new controversy last night after pictures of Tony Blair’s London home were mysteriously removed from its Street View web service.

Images of the House of Commons, the entrance to Downing Street and several Government departments were also blacked out.

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Today’s Star Cartoon about Economy and Political Article

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