Over my long life I have seen this look of shock before - you never forget a face that has seen the horrors of war.
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Without a whole new approach to the problem, the conflicts will certainly keep multiplying - Ramzy Baroud
Salma Yaqoob: 'A whole industry has been created to promote Islamophobia and anti-Muslim prejudice'
Despite the carnage the response of the UK Government has been to fuel the destruction with arms sales
Bombings aren't as targeted (or as effective) as the US government would have you believe
Chris Nineham interviews the Military Families Against the War campaigner
Anyone who takes an interest in the troubles in the Middle East could fall foul of Prevent
Mike Phipps looks at the establishment’s attempt to wash its hands of a still ongoing war
The latest airstrikes against Isis are happening because the last offensive created a power vacuum
This is set to be the start of the biggest Western military operation on Libyan territory since the 2011
UK approaching 1,000 strikes milestone
A compelling insight into the unhealed wounds of the Vietnam War
Media should cover attacks in Kabul as they do in Brussels, Orlando, Paris, or Nice
Johnathan Maunders reviews Virginia Moffat's latest novel
If Blair and Bush had listened to Iraqis we would be living in a different world, Nikki van der Gaag writes.
It is time to realise that terrorism is a product of our interventions
Replacing Trident is dangerous and makes us less safe
Lindsey German: Labour under Corbyn has the chance to redress the balance on foreign policy
'Strongest confirmation yet that UK weapons are being used on civilians'
The Nobel Peace Laureate reflects on the 'tragedy of Iraq'
It's disturbing that Jeremy Corbyn's comments on foreign policy were in any way controversial says Chris Nineham
Maz Saleem: We need to address the rise in Islamophobia which has been instigated by right-wing politicians on both sides of the Atlantic
Oman is a British client state welcoming major British intelligence and military operations, says Mark Curtis
Chelsea now faces possible indefinite solitary confinement
US-NATO intervention in Afghanistan has proved disastrous
New study finds exposure to heavy metals having severe impact on generation who have grown up amid endless violence
Cyclists from all over the UK took part in this year's event
The cost of the media’s dereliction of duty includes a level of responsibility for the millions of people killed
Jones is wrong in his assertions that Miliband and Corbyn share the same foreign policy - here's why
Stop the War condems the siege of Aleppo
Muslim families must now worry about their movements being studied by government spying manoeuvres
– and trying to amend what Philip Hammond once said says Diane Abbott
Ramzy Baroud traces the roots of today’s ‘jihadist’ groups to resistance against foreign occupation
Homa Khaleeli on the governement's toxic Prevent agenda
MPs voted through a programme that has no rationale, argues Alex Bennett. The campaign against renewal must go on.
The man once regarded as the world's most powerful banker declared the Iraq war was 'largely' about oil
The media facilitated the greatest crime of the century
David Lowry reveals a significant cover-up and distortion by Tony Blair over Iraq’s mystery WMD
'Government documents released this week spell out how Iraqi oil was a central motive behind the war'
This year's NATO summit marked a worrying foreign policy shift by the Western powers