A man, called El Colacho, jumps over babies during the El Salto Del Colacho festival in Castrillo de Murcia, near Burgos, Spain, Sunday June 13, 2004. The Colacho, who represents the devil, is supposed to rid the babies of original sin, according to the age-old tradition.
Interview with Fr. Miguel D'Escoto can be found in archive
The real Ronald Reagan Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, South Africa
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Photo: AP/Israel Lopez Murillo
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An Iraqi boy looks over the damage to a truck after a suicide car bomb attack in the capital Baghdad June 13, 2004. A suicide car bomber blew up his vehicle as police tried to stop him reaching a U.S. and Iraqi base in Baghdad Sunday, killing at least eight civilians and four police officers according to the U.S. military.
Picture: REUTERS/Ali Jasim
As reported by the Wall Street Journal on June 7, the lengthy high-level classified Pentagon memorandum argued that the U.S. president could order the torture of detainees with legal impunity. Human Rights Watch said the administration should make the full text of the memorandum public and disclose any actions taken in response to it, including whether President George W. Bush or Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld in fact ultimately authorized the use of torture. During three hours of testimony before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday, Attorney General John Ashcroft refused to provide copies of the memos in a session marked by several sharp exchanges. During the hearing Ashcroft came under questioning from Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy. KENNEDY: I'm asking you whether this is these are there are three memoranda, January 9, 2002, signed by John Yoo, the August 2002 Justice Department, the (inaudible) amendment memo and the March 2000 the interagency working group. Those are three memoranda. Will you provide those to the committee? ASHCROFT: No, I will not.
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Workers partake in the cleaning of the Tiscapa lagoon, which has been abandoned for some 20 years, as part of the celebrations of Environment Day on June 5, Managua, Nicaragua, Thursday, June 3, 2004. Some 250 workers will renovate the lagoon which has been estimated to cost $190,000, according to Managua's mayoralty.
Picture: AP/Esteban Felix
|Women make up most of the workforce and stand to lose most|
If people lose their jobs... they will have to do anything legal or illegal to survive
Ayesha Khatun, garment worker
Azim and Son has big orders, but its owners are still worried
Homeless people have a hard time sleeping outdoors. They lose their jobs and then their home and there’s nowhere to go when the money is gone. Tired and sick but what can you do. Friends can’t help they’re hurting too. Homeless people have a hard time sleeping outdoors. Too many shot and killed on the street some dear souls while they’re asleep. Sleeping under bridges, doorways and sheds, cardboard boxes for a bed. Plastic bags to carry their all and no place to go when nature calls. Homeless people have a hard time sleeping outdoors. Turned away when the shelters are filled, but given a blanket and minus a meal. Told good luck, you’re on your own, under the Viaduct hungry and cold with one eye open and one eye closed. Homeless people have a hard time sleeping outdoors. Most homeless people really try, work every day for smaller pay. But let me set the record straight ’cause there’s been too many lies and too much hate. Called Bums for just being poor, they fought the wars when you and me were scared to go. They served their country for honor and peace, some lost their lives for you and me.... Homeless people have a hard time sleeping outdoors.Real change magazine:
Seattle paper sold by homeless people
slide cursor underneath or side of photo for:Mitch Snyder becoming focal point for homeless movement in the 1980's
Student protesters clash with riot police during a rally against a meeting of the World Economic Forum near the Shilla Hotel where the Geneva, Switzerland-based WEF opened a two-day summit, in Seoul, Sunday, June 13, 2004. More than 9,000 activists marched through downtown to protest a meeting of the WEF, which they accused of protecting the rich and increasing poverty.
Picture: AP/Ahn Young-joon
An Israeli soldier stands over of a Palestinian women who is protesting against the construction of the controversial Israeli security barrier near the West Bank village of Az-Zawiya, June 14, 2004. The barrier instead of being built within the presently recognized borders of Israel, is destroying the village's land. The Israel military, including weapons: tanks, missiles, warplanes, artillery, shells, are all funded by the US taxpayer. More than Fifteen million US dollars is given by US taxpayers to Israel each day for their military use. Total funding is more than 4 billion US dollars per year.
Image Message: REUTERS/Abed Omar Qusini
Clinton, US, Britain, France, UN Security Council, ignored please on Rwanda as 800,000 people died during a hundred days of 1994.
Depleted Uranium its use in Afghanistan, Iraq, Balkans Photos of Iraq children being born deformed
U.S. War Crimes Falluja photos Graphic Images US used chemical and thermobaric weapons in Fallujah
US veteran Mothers against the war: So anyway that filth-spewer and warmonger, George Bush was speaking after the tragedy of the marines in Ohio...
Suicide Bombing Blair, Bush Suicide Bombing is response to foreign occupation Will stop once troops withdraw
"None of that spilling of secrets for crass political retribution
could have gone on without her knowledge and approval,
and thus complicity. Little of it could have happened without her participation,
if not as a leaker herself,
at least with her direction and with her scripting." Condoleezza Rice Iraq Rove
As Jews we march with the Palestinians and raise their flag! His Majesty King Abdullah The American Magazine November 1947 Norman Finkelstein, Professor Marc Saperstein and Middle East JournalU.S. Bombing of Fallujah
the Third World War continued: Chechnya, North Ossetia, Ingushetia
More atrocities - Ahmed and Asma, story of two children dying
Iraq's real WMD crime - the effects of depleted uranium
World War Two soldiers did not kill Kill ratio Korea, Vietnam. Iraq.
Afghanistan - Terror? Photos over past three months.
Aid agencies compromised by US actions
The Iraq War - complete listing of articles, includes images
The House of Saud and Bush
All with U.S. Money: US and Israel War Crimes
All with U.S. Money: Israel agents stole identity of New Zealand cerebral palsy victim. (IsraelNN.com July 15, 2004) The Foreign Ministry will take steps towards restoring relations with New Zealand. New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark today announced she was implementing diplomatic sanctions after two Israelis were sentenced on charges of attempting to obtain illegal passports. Despite Israeli refusal to respond to the accusations, the two are labeled in the New Zealand media as Mossad agents acting on behalf of the Israeli intelligence community.
Foreign Ministry officials stated they will do everything possible to renew diplomatic ties, expressing sorrow over the "unfortunate incident".
Projected mortality rate of Sudan refugee starvation deaths Darfur pictures
Suicide now top killer of Israeli soldiers
Atrocities files - graphic images
'Suicide bombings,' the angel said, 'and beheadings.''And the others that have all the power - they fly missiles in the sky.They don't even look at the people they kill.'
Follow the torture trail... Cowardly attacks by air killing men women and children in their homes, often never seeing those they kill as the drones or aircraft fly back to the cowardly bases If they kill only the husband, see how they care for the family they have destroyed Afghanistan Western Terror States: Canada, US, UK, France, Germany, Italy Photos of Afghanistan people being killed and injured by NATO When you talk with God were you also spending your time, money and energy, killing people? Are they now alive or dead? Photos July 2004 US Debt Photos June 2004 Lest we forget - Ahmed and Asma, story of two children dying Photos May 2004
American military: Abu Gharib (Ghraib) prison photos, humiliation and torture
- London Daily Mirror article: non-sexually explicit pictures Photos April 2004 The celebration of Jerusalem day, the US missiles that rained onto children in Gaza,
and, a gathering of top articles over the past nine months Photos March 2004 The Iraq War - complete listing of articles, includes images Photos February 2004 US missiles - US money - and Palestine Photos January 2004 Ethnic cleansing in the Beduin desert Photos December 2003 Shirin Ebadi Nobel Peace Prize winner 2003 Photos November 2003 Atrocities - graphic images... Photos October 2003 Aljazeerah.info Photos September 2003
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