Le Blog - Saturday, October 23, 2010 17:02 - 0 Comments
In this week's 'Le Blog', Ceasefire's Canada correspondent Yassine Hamouni looks into the ongoing French revolt over Sarkosy's assault on pensions. Although it's easy to side with the strikers and protesters, it is nonetheless beyond doubt, Hamouni argues, that the debate is being played out on emotional, rather than rational, considerations, with potentially devastating results for all concerned.
Le Blog - Thursday, October 14, 2010 6:31 - 0 CommentsIn this week's 'Le Blog', Ceasefire's Canada correspondent Yassine Hamouni looks into the recent revelations of US-ordered unethical medical experimentation on Guatemalans. Considering the extensively documented, long running history of officially sanctioned abuses of science, from Hiroshima to Fallujah, the only surprising thing about the horrendous Guatemala revelations, Hamouni argues, is the levels of surprise they have generated.
Arts & Culture, Le Blog, New in Ceasefire - Wednesday, October 6, 2010 0:52 - 3 CommentsFor our many francophone (and francophile) readers, Ceasefire's new blog, entitled... well, 'Le Blog' is just the ticket. It will bring you Ceasefire's trademark sharp analysis and fresh wit but en Français!! In this week's instalment, Ceasefire's Canada correspondent Yassine Hamouni looks into the escalating stand-off between Western governments and their Labour movements.
Le Blog - Saturday, October 2, 2010 3:57 - 4 CommentsPar Yassine Hamouni C’est l’histoire d’une femme, Theresa Lewis, condamnée à mort aux états-unis pour tentative de meurtre sur la personne de son mari et de son fils. Les faits remontent à 2002, Theresa depuis sa cellule de la prison de Greenville attendait le résultat de ses multiples recours pour espérer réduire sa peine. Peine […]
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