On Yazidi genocide anniversary, failure to support survivors decried

It has been six years since the genocide began, but little has been done for the hundreds of thousands of survivors.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei delivers a televised speech on the occasion of the Iran
Twitter downplays Khamenei calls for genocide as political speech

Earlier this year, Khamenei tweeted calling for "the elimination of the Zionist regime" through "firm, armed resistance."

Mass grave of Holocaust victims in the Ukraine.
Bodies of 286 Jews murdered in Holocaust found in Ukraine basement

The basements were opened after the war, but they were left open without moving the bodies with a sign marking it as the place of a mass murder.

A CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS statue lies on the ground outside the Minnesota State Capitol, after taking a
Historic evidence for why tearing down statues is the wrong thing to do

'It was wrong to tear down the Chrisopher Columbus statue, because Columbus was not a slave owner.'

Rwanda's most-wanted genocide suspect appears before French court

The court's three judges, who are due to decide whether to transfer Kabuga to the UN tribunal - adjourned the hearing to May 27.

Israel’s failure to recognize the Armenian Genocide is indefensible

Many of Israel’s leaders have publicly recognized the Armenian Genocide at various points throughout Israeli history. But as a nation, the Jewish state has refused to do this.

Sami Steigmann (right) with the writer, Joseph Scutts
Sami Steigmann, Holocaust survivor and educator

Whether he is speaking at schools, organizations or to media outlets, he is passionate about his role of making sure the next generation is educated about the past.

Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi speaks in front of the judges on the second day of hearings in a c
Myanmar to court-martial more troops over war crimes against Rohingya

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled to neighboring Bangladesh to escape an army offensive launched in August 2017 that U.N investigators described as having been executed with genocidal intent.

Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi speaks in front of the judges on the second day of hearings in a c
Aung San Suu Kyi rejects UN charge of Rohingya genocide as 'misleading'

Suu Kyi, once feted in the West as a heroine of democracy, spoke for about 30 minutes at the courtroom in The Hague in defense of the actions of the Myanmar military that for years had kept her under house arrest.

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