Monday, March 21, 2011


A victim of US bombing in Afghanistan in October 2006. Photos by Maso Notarianni. (Killing the Innocents -RAWA News)

In Libya, in one overnight bombardment, the US and its allies killed 64 people, according to a health official.

(Libyans offer new graves as proof of civilian dead )

Victims of a U.S aerial bombing attack in the hamlet of Landigal in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan, April 15, 2006.

Mohammad Khan, 9 years old, was wounded on 11 November 2001 when a US B-52 war plane dropped a bomb on Korang village of Surkhrod district in Nangrahar province, in Afghanistan.

He has been in pain for 3 years and due to poor health care facilities has never recovered from the painful wounds.

"Commanders in Afghanistan are bracing themselves for possible riots and public fury triggered by the publication of 'trophy' photographs of US soldiers posing with the dead bodies of defenceless Afghan civilians they killed.

"Senior officials at Nato's International Security Assistance Force in Kabul have compared the pictures published by the German news weekly Der Spiegel to the images of US soldiers abusing prisoners in Abu Ghraib in Iraq which sparked waves of anti-US protests around the world.

"They fear that the pictures could be even more damaging as they show the aftermath of the deliberate murders of Afghan civilians by a rogue US Stryker tank unit that operated in the southern province of Kandahar last year." (US Army 'kill team' in Afghanistan posed for photos of murdered ...)

This is Cpl. Jeremy Morlock, posing next to an Afghan civilian he killed in cold blood in January 2010. Morlock is one of five soldiers accused of forming a drug-addled "kill team" to murder Afghan civilians for kicks... (The War-Crimes Photos the Army Apologized For /

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