Saddam's No 2 Dismisses Reports Of His Death: Websites
Izzat Ibrahim al-Duri, former number two of Iraq's deposed president Saddam Hussein, dismissed reports of his death in a message attributed to him and posted on Internet sites. (AFP)
No Exceptions to the Ban on Torture
The absolute ban on torture, a cornerstone of the international human rights edifice, is under attack. (International Herald Tribune)
How Much Torture is OK?
It is a shocking sign of the times that we are having a debate about the appropriateness of torture. (Boston Globe)
Iraq's Courtroom Drama
There's one body of American know-how we've successfully managed to impart to the Iraqis: How to stage a Trial of the Century. (Washington Post)
Interfaith Dialogue: The Overlooked Objectives
Dialogue is the first step to peacefully end conflicts; interfaith dialogue is its religious version with one of its objectives being to end religiously motivated conflicts. (Al Hayat)
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