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Until now, the United Nations has failed to uphold the promises it has made to vulnerable people around the world by adopting the principle of the “responsibility to protect“. By passing Resolution 1973 last night, it is finally putting the … Continue reading
The Swedish newspaper Expressen has interviewed Libya’s former Justice Minister, who claims that Colonel Gaddafi ordered Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi to carry out the Lockerbie bombing. Expressen‘s reporter Kassem Hamadé is one of the first foreign journalists to have entered Libya … Continue reading