shooting

At the U.N., Trudeau Opposes an Investigation into Israel’s Shooting of Unarmed Civilians – including a Canadian Doctor

May 21, 2018

By Dimitri Lascaris. This week, courtesy of Justin Trudeau, the world witnessed one of the swiftest and most cowardly flip-flops in Canadian political history. On May 16, 2018, Canada’s Prime Minister issued a statement calling for an “immediate independent investigation” into the “tragic” killing and wounding of “countless” protesters in Gaza. Trudeau professed in his…

Trump Consoles Las Vegas Survivors, But Refuses to Address Gun Control

October 4, 2017

Trump’s visit to Las Vegas contrasted sharply with his visit to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico just a day earlier

Trump Refuses to Address Gun Control After Worst Mass Shooting in US History

October 2, 2017

Few details have emerged about the shooter, identified as local resident Stephen Paddock

Contextualizing Baltimore’s Recent Police Shooting

December 17, 2014

LEAP’s Neill Franklin says the so called war on drugs and the over-policing of marginalized communities is the context for many negative interactions experienced by law enforcement

Gun Violence in America

August 5, 2013
One year after six Sikhs killed in attack on Wisconsin temple, advocates say more action is needed to help prevent future tragedies

Egypt

July 29, 2013
Military carries out second major massacre of Muslim Brotherhood supporters as fears increase of escalating violence and a return of widespread political repression

Hassan Ghani Reporting for The Real News

November 12, 2012
Israel describes the Turkish trial as a kangaroo court, but Turkish lawyers pushing ahead and say an Interpol notice for the arrest of the former Israeli commanders will be issued if they fail to attend

Mavi Marmara

November 12, 2012
Israel describes the Turkish trial as a kangaroo court, but Turkish lawyers pushing ahead and say an Interpol notice for the arrest of the former Israeli commanders will be issued if they fail to attend

Mexican Students Demand Justice for Protestors Killed by Police

February 2, 2012

Students fight for right to education and for accountability of police

Training that makes killing civilians acceptable

May 12, 2010

TRNN Replay: Josh Stieber, a member of the army company that came upon the Iraqis murdered by the US helicopter crew, discusses the Wikileaks video and army training that makes killing civilians acceptable

Training that makes killing civilians acceptable

May 12, 2010
Josh Stieber, a member of the army company that came upon the Iraqis murdered by the US helicopter crew, discusses the Wikileaks video and army training that makes killing civilians acceptable