Carl Packman writes a letter to George Galloway, reminding him of his record as, to quote the the prime minister, a supporter of “brutal Arab dictators”.
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Also tagged Bashar al-Assad, George Galloway, Hezbollah, Iran, Iraq, Islamist extremism, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Saddam Hussein, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, Syria, torture
Footage has emerged of the wreckage of an attack by Syrian fighter jets on a playground in a village near Damascus. Reports say ten children were killed.
On trial for war crimes in The Hague, Radovan Karazdic denies his crimes and even calls himself a “peacemaker”.
Syria: Another day, another massacre at the hands of Assad’s militia, this time the execution of 11 factory workers in al-Buweida al-Sharqiya, near Qusair.
Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin was killed today in the Syrian city of Homs, alongside French photographer Rémi Ochlik. She was just 55 years old.
The horrors of Abu Salim show the law is being routinely ignored by governments and others engaged in conflicts in many countries, writes Labour’s Rushanara Ali.
Just as Novak Djokovic showed off the best of Serbia with his Wimbledon win yesterday, so today the world saw the worst – war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic at The Hague.
Tony Blair said it would have been inconceivable to let Gaddafi stay in power and that the West should warn all regional dictators “change or be changed”
Ratko Mladic arrived in the Netherlands this evening to face trial at the UN War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague after judges in Belgrade rejected his appeal against extradition.
A round-up of Serbian reaction to the arrest of Ratko Mladic and a look back at eyewitness accounts looking back of this evil man’s atrocities.