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The anti-war movement has an important case to make. But they know that this money-reward mechanism is surely not strengthening their argument

Syria's President Bashar al-Assad speaks at the Opera House in Damascus in this still image taken from video

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The message for Syrians was clear: the army is the bedrock of power

Creole Belle, By James Lee Burke

Like his tough protagonist, Dave Robicheaux, James Lee Burke is a man of passionate temper. His contemptuous anger over the lacklustre response of George W Bush to the devastation of Burke’s beloved New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina was incorporated into his writing. That rage is back again.

In the search for justice in the former Yugoslavia, are we ignoring the Serbian victims of war crimes?

Serbia is to blame for the vast majority of atrocities committed during the 90s wars in the Balkans, but Serbs were also murdered and expelled from their homes

Man who called for Blair to be arrested for war crimes fined £100

A protestor who interrupted Tony Blair’s evidence at the Leveson Inquiry in May has been fined £100.

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Row over film that portrays Rommel as more rat than fox

Account relies on Holocaust-denier, say critics

Jason Roberts has got it wrong on his Kick It Out racism campaign

This is not the kind of thing a white man should say. But Jason Roberts seems to have got it wrong on racism. The black footballer has called for a boycott of this weekend's anti-racism Kick It Out protest. He feels it has not been vigorous enough in its response to abuse in the game.

Rohingya Muslims at a refugee camp in Sittwe, western Burma

No end in sight to the sufferings of 'the world's most persecuted minority' - Burma's Rohingya Muslims

Nearly 75,000 of those made homeless during inter-communal conflict in June and transferred to temporary camps are living in conditions “worse than animals”, according to the Rohingya Human Rights Association in Bangkok

DVD: This Must Be the Place

Paolo Sorrentino's first English-language film is a deeply bonkers affair, but it has its amusing and beautiful moments, and you certainly can't accuse it of being predictable.

Forces loyal to the Assad regime fire on rebel troops in Aleppo

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They say they can clean the city of rebels in 20 days. Robert Fisk reports from the front line

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The Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga, 51, attending the first-ever sentencing delivered by the International Criminal Court

Warlord jailed for 14 years over use of child soldiers

The International Criminal Court yesterday sentenced a Congolese warlord to 14 years in prison, a watershed moment for the 10-year-old tribunal and a potential landmark in the struggle to protect children during wartime.

Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga jailed for 14 years by International Criminal Court

A Congolese warlord has been jailed for 14 years by the International Criminal Court for using child soldiers.

Subversive: Luis Buñuel’s film impressed critics and the public alike on its release in 1972

The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie - A dinner that charts civilisation's decline

Buñuel's The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie has been newly restored. It's still unsettling, says Geoffrey Macnab

Man who protested during Tony Blair's appearance at Leveson Inquiry may face charges

Police and prosecutors will decide whether to press charges against the protester who interrupted Tony Blair's evidence to the Leveson Inquiry.

Las Vegas grocer deported over Bosnian war crimes allegations

A man accused of commanding a police squad that rounded up Bosnian Muslims for slaughter in 1995 fashioned a new life in Las Vegas as a modest grocery store owner before being arrested and deported to his native country, a lawyer and US officials said yesterday.

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