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  • Armenian genocide victims' descendants may sue

     
    Descendants of Armenian genocide victims may sue insurance companies for unpaid claims, a federal appeals court ruled Friday in a rare reversal of an earlier decision. The same three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said in......
  • Monster Mash: Hillary Clinton visits genocide museum in Cambodia; René Pape bows out of La Scala production

     
    Official visit: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Cambodia as part of her two-week trip to Asia. (Agence France-Presse) Bowing out: Bass René Pape has withdrawn from a new production of Wagner's "Die Walküre".....
  • TURKEY: Celebrity lawyer takes on Turkish government, banks for Armenian assets

     
    The Los Angeles-based Lawyer Mark Geragos is used to representing celebrities like Chris Brown and the late Michael Jackson, but he recently took on a very different kind of case, one with deep personal significance for him. Last Thursday, Geragos......
  • ARMENIA, TURKEY: On anniversary of genocide, two peoples mourn separately

     
    As the rain fell Saturday, a woman lay flowers at the eternal flame in Armenia's capital city of Yerevan, in recognition of those who died in the violence nearly a century ago. "Every year it rains on April 24," she......
  • Loughner video with 'genocide' and 'torture' ramblings is released

    Loughner video with 'genocide' and 'torture' ramblings is released
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  • Flip-flop on Darfur

    When it comes to taking action on the atrocities in Darfur, American foreign policy appears to be in meltdown mode. In an Alice-in-Wonderland reversal, Democrats and Republicans have neatly switched sides. The Bush administration is firmly committed to...
  • The diplomat who cracked

    John Marshall Evans, a career U.S. diplomat with extensive experience in Central and Eastern Europe, was sworn in as ambassador to Armenia in August 2004. In February 2005, Evans made a trip to California, the capital state of the Armenian diaspora. At...
  • Mass murderers on notice

    Can monsters be deterred? Or are the people who commit the most unthinkable crimes against humanity — mass murder, torture, genocide — so hell-bent on evil that the normal considerations of common criminals, such as fear of being caught, don't apply? If...
  • For the U.N., a clean break

    For the U.N., a clean break
    If former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John R. Bolton went to Bizarro World, his counterpart there would be Susan Rice. Inhabitants of DC Comics' fictional planet are the polar opposites of their earthly doubles, and it's hard to imagine anyone...
  • The power of horror in Rwanda

    The power of horror in Rwanda
    During a gruesome three months in 1994, about 800,000 Rwandans were murdered as part of a calculated effort by a group of Hutu extremists to eradicate the country's Tutsi population. The genocide ended only with the military victory of the Rwandan...
  • Justice is the key to peace in Darfur

    The arrest of Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic last week demonstrates that justice is possible. Far from being the political leader he styled himself as, Karadzic, who has been indicted on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity, is now just a...