Afghan, Libyan wars face opposition

This video says about itself:

RT talks to political writer Diane Johnstone.

Bombs for peace? ‘UN completely disgraced in Libya‘.

Republican US House Speaker John Boehner warned President Barack Obama on Tuesday that his war on Libya will violate US law unless representatives approve it by Sunday: here.

US [Democratic] representative Dennis Kucinich urged the UN and the International Criminal Court on Tuesday to look into Nato war crimes in Afghanistan and Libya and to “pursue prosecution where warranted”: here.

African ministers told a UN security council meeting in New York on Monday that political dialogue is the only way to achieve a sustainable peace in Libya: here.

US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have been very good for DynCorp. More war! More contracts! More profit! Here.

3 thoughts on “Afghan, Libyan wars face opposition

  1. Israeli spook ‘tried to get to Libya’

    Egypt: Two members of Israel’s diplomatic mission to Cairo saw suspected Mossad agent Ilan Grapel on Tuesday and found him to be in good health, Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor reported yesterday.

    Mr Grapel, a US-born Israeli citizen, was arrested at a Cairo hotel on Sunday and accused of sedition and inciting sectarian unrest during the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak in February.

    Egyptian daily al-Ahram cited security officials on Tuesday as saying that Mr Grapel had planned to get from Egypt to an insurgent stronghold in eastern Libya.


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