NATO's Libya War: A Nuremberg Level Crime

airstrikes more difficult, al jazeera, alan cowell, america, and article, at nuremberg, august, castle filled with guns, central asia, central asian, charter articles, chief justice robert jackson, civilians, committed, common article, confusion swamp, crime, crimes, david kirkpatrick, director michel chossudovsky, fourth geneva convention, general assembly, global research, green square, high contracting parties, in libya, in september, international, international criminal court, international law, international red cross, law, law concerning friendly relations, libya, libya war, libyans rejoice, lizzie phelan, london guardian, mahdi, major media scoundrels lead role, media, metro gael, middle east, nato, new york times, nuremberg, nuremberg level crime, oil sector, on august, progressive radio network, progressive radio news hour, qaddafi defiant after rebel takeover, rixos hotel, saddam hussein, security council, south america, stephen lendman, supreme court justice, third reich, tribunal principles, tripoli, united nations, war, war crimes act, war moves, zeina khodr