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July 30, 2007

Topics to be discussed between the two leaders include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Iran's nuclear programme, the g ...
July 27, 2007

Canada nixes a policy that require Sikh immigrants to change their last names to avoid confusion with other Sikhs.
July 25, 2007

A Sikh group slams Canadian immigration policy that forces Sikhs with the surname Singh or Kaur to change their last nam ...
July 17, 2007

Many Sikhs and Mexicans are being employed in raspberry farms across Canada where they earn $8 an hour.
May 28, 2007

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) would like to recruit Sikh youths in the US who possess Punjabi language skill ...
November 21, 2007

Prosecutors urged a UN-backed genocide tribunal to deny bail to the former head of the Khmer Rouge's largest torture cen ...
December 19, 2007

The Dalai Lama has accused China of "cultural genocide" in Tibet, in an interview published on Tuesday in the online edi ...
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February 8, 2008

A survivor of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge publicly confronted the regime's "Brother Number Two" at a UN-backed genocide tribu ...
May 21, 2008

A former Khmer Rouge government minister, known as the "first lady," appeared for the first time Wednesday before Cambod ...
June 23, 2007

He faces a charge of genocide, while five others are accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
June 24, 2007

Saddam Hussein's cousin, Ali Hassan al-Majeed is sentenced to death for masterminding genocide against Iraq's Kurds in t ...
April 21, 2008

China’s Communist Party has launched a two-month political education campaign in Lhasa to attack pro-independence sentim ...
March 20, 2008

Cambodia's genocide tribunal rejected an appeal on Thursday by a former Khmer Rouge leader against his pre-trial detenti ...
November 20, 2007

Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal opened its doors on Tuesday for the first public court appearance of a Khmer Roug ...
July 9, 2008

Ieng Thirith, the regime's former social affairs minister, is one of five top cadres in the sights of the UN war crimes ...
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