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WAR ON ISIS - Mass Graves Discovered

"Mass graves of ISIS victims discovered across Iraq and Syria" PBS NewsHour 8/30/2016ISIS, the disciples of Satin.ExcerptSUMMARY:  Documenting atrocities committed by the Islamic State can seem impossible.  A new report from the Associated...
by Mage Soapbox on Sep 5, 2016

Cambodia’s Killing Fields and Genocide Museum

Imagine this, just for a second. In three years, Pol Pot and his deadly Khmer Rouge managed to wipe out about 21 percent of the entire Cambodian population, an estimated one to three million people. IN THREE YEARS!! Some argue … Continue readin...
by The Traveluster on Jan 12, 2013

Mexico – Mass graves keeps popping up

In the past year, more than half a dozen mass graves have been found in Mexico. This month, 20 bodies were found at a residential area in the municipality of Durango. Another eight mass graves were discovered last month in northeastern state of Tamau...
by The Hilncore Blog on May 15, 2011

Experts reveal brutal Viking massacre

VIKING skeletons buried beneath an Oxford college were the victims of brutal ethnic cleansing 1,000 years ago, archaeologists have discovered. Experts were mystified when they discovered a mass grave beneath a quadrangle a St John’s College, St G...
by The Archaeology News Network on Nov 17, 2010

(BOMBSHELL VIDEO) FEMA ‘Concentration’ Camps Exposed! Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory: The “Police State” & H.R. 645…

Bombshell: FEMA Camps Confirmed “Police State,” the Bombshell New Episode from Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory Aaron Dykes Infowars.com November 10, 2010 “Police State,” the Bombshell New Episode from Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory A...
by Ct Patriots Blog on Nov 13, 2010

(BOMBSHELL VIDEO) FEMA ‘Concentration’ Camps Exposed! Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory: The “Police State” & H.R. 645…

Bombshell: FEMA Camps Confirmed “Police State,” the Bombshell New Episode from Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory Aaron Dykes Infowars.com November 10, 2010 “Police State,” the Bombshell New Episode from Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory A...
by Ct Patriots Blog on Nov 13, 2010

JKPL URGES UN, INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE

Srinagar, Oct 16: The Chairman of  Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Leauge (JKPL) Sheikh Yaqoob on Thursday urged the International Court of Justice and United Nations War Crimes Tribunal to initiate a probe into the unmarked and mass graves in the dis...
by Writer-South Asia on Oct 16, 2010

Cause of the big plague epidemic of Middle Ages identified

The latest tests conducted by anthropologists at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) have proven that the bacteria Yersinia pestis was indeed the causative agent behind the "Black Death" that raged across Europe in the Middle Ages...
by The Archaeology News Network on Oct 11, 2010

Flashback: Ancient mass graves found in Italy

More than 10,000 graves containing ancient amphorae, "baby bottles," and the bodies of soldiers who fought the Carthaginians were found near the ancient Greek colony of Himera, in Italy, archaeologists announced recently. "It's proba...
by The Archaeology News Network on Oct 11, 2010

Archaeologists find 17th century mass grave in northern Poland

Archaeologists in northern Poland have uncovered a mass grave that they believe dates back to the 17th century and a battle to save Golancz Castle. On the 3rd of May 1656 the Swedish army attacked Golancz Castle. In an attempt to defend the castle...
by The Archaeology News Network on Sep 26, 2010

A Viking Mystery

Before construction could begin on new student housing at one of Oxford University’s 38 colleges, St. John’s, archaeologists were summoned to investigate the site in January 2008. After just a few hours of digging, one archaeologist discovered t...
by The Archaeology News Network on Sep 25, 2010

Disease killed soldiers from Oliver Cromwell’s army discovered in Fishergate

ARCHAEOLOGISTS have revealed how they discovered more than they bargained for when a York excavation unearthed the remains of a “forgotten” army’s soldiers. The site at the junction of Kent Street and Fawcett Street, on which a medieval churc...
by The Archaeology News Network on Aug 19, 2010

Mass grave from 1832 may be that of murdered Irish immigrant rail workers

Young and strapping, the 57 Irish immigrants began grueling work in the summer of 1832 on the Philadelphia and Columbia railroad. Within weeks, all were dead of cholera. Or were they murdered? Two skulls unearthed at a probable mass grave near Phila...
by The Archaeology News Network on Aug 16, 2010

Digging for mass graves in Quebec City

Archaeologists in Quebec City believe they could be very close to finding two mass graves. They are the last resting place for as many as two thousand French and English soldiers who were killed in the battles of the Plains of Abraham and Ste. Foy.
by The Archaeology News Network on Jul 10, 2010

More on the 17th century Dutch horse burial site found

Archeologists have uncovered a mass grave with the complete skeletons of 51 horses buried side-by-side, probably the long-forgotten equine victims of a 17th century battle over a strategic Dutch river. It was the largest known equine burial ground i...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jul 2, 2010

Unique burial site discovered in the Netherlands

Archaeologists have discovered a mass grave containing the remains of between 35 and 50 horses in Borgharen, a village in the south of the Netherlands. Carbon-14 dating of the bones revealed that they are from the 16th or 17th century. It is the fir...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jun 30, 2010

Skeletons of French troops discovered in northern Spain

Construction workers in the northern Spanish city of Vitoria made the grizzly discovery of mass graves believed to belong to French soldiers stationed there hundreds of years ago, according to media reports Friday. More than 100 skeletons have been...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jun 26, 2010

Two Pakistani Officials Fired For Promoting Indian Propaganda

You will not believe this. But this happened in Pakistan. And two junior government officials might lose their jobs over this. But with a pro-US government in power in Islamabad, and former employees of Voice of America allowed to steer the nation’...
by THE PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN on Feb 10, 2010


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