TERRORISM


Senior military officers have condemned the US government’s treatment of detainees at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. [Erin Schaff/The New York Times]
THE NEW YORK TIMES

In August 1944, Private First Class Louis Cooperberg, a US Army medic, wrote to his sister Eleanor in Brooklyn about his experience treating wounded Nazi soldiers on the front line. “I give them the same care, the same treatment I give our own boys,” Private Cooperberg wrote. “Yet all the while, I know these same […]

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NEWS

Police are investigating an attack with a homemade explosive device made of gas canisters outside the church of Agios Pavlos near Larissis railway station in Athens.



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NEWS

The investigation of the case involving a 34-year-old Iraqi man who was arrested a month ago for his involvement in ISIS, to which he has allegedly confessed, has been upgraded in light of new information.



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NEWS

The Hellenic Police and counter-terror units have been placed on heightened alert after a series of attacks by unknown assailants on a total of five Kurdish supporters of Turkey’s pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party, which Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is cracking down on.


Peter Kuper's illustration for 9/11: A human-like Empire State
Building weeping over the ruins of the Twin Towers. (left) The cover of the 9/11 edition of ‘World War 3 Illustrated’ (December
2001), designed by Kuper. (right)
PETER KUPER

His memorable work – be it political cartoons for magazines like The New Yorker or The Nation or graphic novels, including adaptations of works by great masters like Franz Kafka and Joseph Conrad – has captivated the whole planet.

File photo. [InTime News]
NEWS

An Iraqi asylum-seeker who was arrested in Athens on Monday on suspicion of being a member of the Islamic State terror group is to be formally charged by a prosecutor on Tuesday.