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Autopsies of Flotilla Dead Reveal They Were Shot at Close Range, Numerous Times

June 5, 2010

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Rallying cry: Hezbollah supporters gather around mock coffins representing those who died on the Mavi Marmara, Photo by AP   Flotilla dead shot at close range: autopsies 4:58AM Sunday Jun 06, 2010 ROBERT BOOTH, LONDON June 6, 2010 AUTOPSY results on the bodies of those killed during the assault on the Gaza aid flotilla reveal […]

Turkish PM – “Israel Shows Again How Good It Is at Killing People” – “Even Rebels, Bandits, and Pirates Obey Rules”

June 1, 2010

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A soundbite  from Prime Minister Erdogan followed by full length article below: The Prime Minister continued, “Even rebels, bandits and pirates obey these rules, and calling those people who do not obey these rules rebels, bandits and pirates is showing them courtesy.” No one should test Turkey’s patience, PM Erdoğan warns Prime Minister Recep Tayyip […]

AFRICOM and the Recolonization of Africa: The Legacy of the Berlin Conference of 1884

April 18, 2010

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  AFRICOM and the Recolonization of Africa The Legacy of the Berlin Conference of 1884 by Itai Muchena  Global Research, April 15, 2010 The Herald (Zimbabwe) – 2010-04-07 The hodgepodge of geometric boundaries that today divide Africa into 50 plus irregular nations under Eurocentric subjugation all started in Berlin, Germany on November 15, 1884. The […]