From 2004 to 2011, the Pentagon covered up injuries to U.S. troops in Iraq from chemical weaponry supplied to Saddam Hussein in the 80s by the U.S. and other countries.
In the Mexican Congress and among the public, government statements about the incident are being met with scorn.
The demand by the Ukrainian far right that UPA be recognized as a patriotic force means the results of World War II would be officially reinterpreted in favor of the Axis.
Malala Yousafzai, the 17-year-old Pakistani female education activist, shot but never silenced by the Taliban, became the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize recipient.
Mexicans reacted with anger and indignation to the disappearance and possible murder of 43 young students of a teachers' college near Iguala, in the Southern State of Guerrero.
Venezuelan National Assembly deputy Robert Serra and companion María Herrera were murdered on October 1 in Caracas.
The government of Sudanese President Omar Hassan al Bashir is engaged in a crackdown against a nationwide, broad-front opposition movement.
The United States wants to "isolate a small country because it defends its sovereignty and its right to freely choose its future."
For people in Ukraine, and not only in the East, who don't agree with the right wing policies of Kiev, the situation is still ominous.
The Communist Party of Iraq has issued a statement, dated September 2014, regarding the recent barbaric attacks launched in that country by ISIS.