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Shows featuring Charles Hanley

  • South Korea Commission Probes Civilian Massacres by US in Korean War Taejonweb
    South Korea’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission is concluding the US military indiscriminately killed large groups of South Korean civilians during the Korean War in the early 1950s. The Commission has more than 200 cases on its docket, based on hundreds of citizens’ petitions recounting US bombing and strafing runs on South Korean refugee gatherings in 1950 and ’51. We...
    August 07, 2008 | Story