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War Crimes and the White House: The Bush Administration's Cover-Up of the Dasht-e-Leili Massacre

07/11/2009

Physicians for Human Rights has issued a call for a criminal probe in the wake of a major New York Times story by James Risen with new evidence that the Bush Administration impeded at least three federal investigations into alleged war crimes in Afghanistan in 2002.

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Statement by Physicians for Human Rights in Response to Comments by Obama Administration Officials

07/11/2009

Obama Administration officials stated Friday that they had no grounds to investigate the 2001 deaths of Taliban prisoners of war who allegedly were killed by U.S.-backed forces. In their statement, these officials claim that they lack legal grounds to probe these alleged war crimes because "only foreigners were involved and the alleged killings occurred in a foreign country."

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Bush Admin. Covered Up Afghan Massacre

07/10/2009

The New York Times is reporting new evidence that the Bush Administration impeded at least three federal investigations into an alleged massacre of as many as 2,000 prisoners in Afghanistan. This major investigative piece, now available online and slated for the front page of the July 11 print edition, represents the culmination of nearly eight years of investigation by Physicians for Human Rights.

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Sign Up for Fall International Forensic Program Training Course

06/06/2009

Summer is here, and the International Forensic Program's fall training course is coming up fast: Forensic Laboratory and Medical Examiner Office Operations will be held in Fort Worth, Texas from October 18-30, 2009.

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