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Iraq accused: a case of genocide

Auteur : Judith Miller
Éditeur : New York Times Magazine Date & Lieu : 1993-01-01, New York
Préface : Pages : 6
Traduction : ISBN :
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 255x310 mm
Code FIKP : Br. Ang. 1560Thème : Général

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Iraq accused: a case of genocide

Iraq a case of genocide accused

Government documents captured by rebels outline
Saddam Hussein's murderous campaign against his own country’s four million Kurds.

In an underground facility, somewhere in the United States, researchers are going through a mountain of Iraqi files that could provide the legal basis for the first case of genocide ever to be brought before the World Court.
The materials, captured by Kurdish rebels in the uprising against Saddam Hussein immediately following the Persian Gulf war, provide the first written documentation of a campaign of terror waged for a decade against the four million Kurds in Iraq, a campaign that reached its zenith between March and August of 1988.
Like Gestapo files and those of the Stasi, the East German intelligence agency that trained Iraq's security police, the Iraqi documents set forth in chillingly bureaucratic language the "liquidations," "expulsions" and "transfers" of Kurdish victims, who …

Judith Miller is the staff writer at The New York Times Magazine.

Photographs by Susan Meiselas / Magnum

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