Lebanon's post-war mass graves
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The Lebanese war cannot be considered finalized as long as there are missing and detained persons, in addition to hundreds burried in mass graves
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Malaki-Scent of an Angel

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Movie addressing the cause of Lebanese missing and victims of enforced disappearance

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LEBANON: Boost for relatives of civil war missing

LEBANON: Boost for relatives of civil war missing | Lebanon's post-war mass graves | Scoop.it
A new legal mechanism has been proposed to deal with the issue of thousands of people who went missing during Lebanon’s 1975-1990 civil war, including locating mass graves, and identifying and returning remains to families, according to local...
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Interview: Ghazi Aad

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Interview with Ghazi Aad, the director of SOLIDE (Support of
Lebanese in Detention and Exile), a Beirut-based human rights group working for
the release of Lebanese detainees in Syrian prisons.

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New Mass Graves Found In Lebanon

New Mass Graves Found In Lebanon | Lebanon's post-war mass graves | Scoop.it

The newly uncovered Syrian Baathists' crimes of mass murder against the Lebanese
people should not pass unnoticed and without judicial accountability, nor should
the free and decent Lebanese leaders and citizens, and the free world
communities and human rights organizations, once again bow to the Baathist
terror and acquiesce to the concept of "forget and forgive".

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Lebanon Golf Club: From war to recovery

Lebanon Golf Club: From war to recovery | Lebanon's post-war mass graves | Scoop.it
The southern, dirt-poor Beirut suburb of Dahiyeh holds many secrets. After all, this is Hezbollah's stronghold, the powerbase of the militant Shia Muslim organization that has dominated Lebanese politics in recent years.
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Families of Lebanese Victims of Enforced Disappearance

Families of Lebanese Victims of Enforced Disappearance | Lebanon's post-war mass graves | Scoop.it

Group of Families of Lebanese Victims of Enforced Disappearance on Facebook

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Never Forgotten: Lebanon's Missing People

Thousands disappeared 20 years ago in a civil war that many are trying hard to forget. The Lebanese authorities must take urgent steps to establish an indepe...
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Mass graves: the unspoken in Syrian-Lebanese relations

Mass graves: the unspoken in Syrian-Lebanese relations | Lebanon's post-war mass graves | Scoop.it
On August 13 the Lebanese and Syrian presidents will discuss the fate of Lebanese citizens who are detained in Syrian prisons. But will the subject of mass graves allegedly dug by the Syrian army also finally be addressed?
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Mass Graves from War Era Unearthed in Lebanon

Mass Graves from War Era Unearthed in Lebanon | Lebanon's post-war mass graves | Scoop.it

The Lebanese authorities have discovered mass graves near the town of Anjar in the Beka'a Valley over the past week. The discovery of this site, along with another one discovered last month in the Ministry of Defence compound, have sparked a series of speculations and condemnations.

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Lebanon must investigate all civil war mass grave sites | Amnesty International

Lebanon must investigate all civil war mass grave sites | Amnesty International | Lebanon's post-war mass graves | Scoop.it
Following confirmation that remains recovered last week are those of Britishjournalist Alec Collett, missing since 1985, Amnesty International has called for renewed efforts to reveal the fateof thousands abducted during the civil war.
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