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Apartheid relived: Israeli laws conjure-up uncomfortable memories of South Africa

As Elisabeth Koek, a Legal Researcher for the Palestinian human rights organisation Al-Haq explained, apartheid does not need to be white against black, in one state not two states.
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Intelligence on Omagh bomb 'withheld from police'

Intelligence on Omagh bomb 'withheld from police' | Encountering Conflict | Scoop.it
Security forces had two agents in the Real IRA but did not share that information with Northern Ireland officers, report claims
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Why chemical weapons matter more than bullets - The Commentator

Why chemical weapons matter more than bullets - The Commentator | Encountering Conflict | Scoop.it
There has been plenty of comment to the effect that we're wrong in focusing on chemical weapons when bombs and bullets kill more. This is dangerously misguided
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Call for public inquiry into Omagh bombing

Call for  public inquiry into Omagh bombing | Encountering Conflict | Scoop.it
Families condemn Irish and British governments over response to fresh information on attack
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Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd set for showdown next week

Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd set for showdown next week | Encountering Conflict | Scoop.it
JULIA Gillard and Kevin Rudd are heading for a Labor leadership showdown next week as each tries to force the other to mount a challenge or resign.
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Even after 100,000 deaths in Syria, chemical weapons attack evoked visceral response

Even after 100,000 deaths in Syria, chemical weapons attack evoked visceral response | Encountering Conflict | Scoop.it
After the guns of World War I fell silent, the world’s nations convened in Geneva to outlaw for the first time an entire class of weapons. Barely 1 percent of the war’s battlefield deaths had...
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