Ernst Zundel charged with incitement in Germany Associated Press Tuesday, July 19, 2005 BERLIN - German prosecutors said Tuesday they have charged white supremacist Ernst Zundel with inciting racial hatred, four months after he was deported from Canada. German authorities accuse Zundel of decades of anti-Semitic activities, including repeated denials of the Holocaust -- a crime in Germany -- in documents and on the Internet.
MULTICULTURALISM HAS FAILED BUT TOLERANCE CAN SAVE US
By Michael Portillo
Vancouver mall guilty of aboriginal discrimination: tribunal (CBC) - B.C.'s Human Rights Tribunal says the International Village Mall in Vancouver discriminated against aboriginal people. Complainant Gladys Radek was awarded $15,000 in the tribunal's decision Wednesday. Radek claimed she and other native people had been discriminated against by security guards at the mall by continually being denied entry. Human Rights Tribunal member Lindsay Lyster agreed.
'THE EVIL PEOPLE WHO PLANNED AND CARRIED OUT THIS WANT TO DIVIDE US AS A PEOPLE'(uk)
Muslims fear hate attacks in wake of bombings as threats pour into Islamic organisations
INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS ABIDE BY FRENCH COURT DECISION
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Soaring suicide rate in West Coast village Last updated Jun 30 2005 08:56 AM PDT CBC News A First Nation community on the West Coast of Vancouver Island says it needs help, following a dramatic increase in the number of suicide attempts. In the past six months, 40 young people have attempted suicide in the village of Ahousaht, near Tofino. That's already double the number of suicide attempts in 2004. Now, the band council is making a public plea for help.
Ontario adds protection to farm workers Wednesday, June 29, 2005 Updated at 10:27 AM EDT Canadian Press Toronto
RUSSIAN ULTRA-NATIONALIST TARGET JEWISH, HUMAN RIGHTS SITES Hackers reportedly acting on behalf of radical nationalists have targeted the Russian Web sites of Jewish, communist and human rights organizations, local media reported. The attacks prompted a counterattack on a nationalist site. Slavic Union, a radical nationalist movement, said on its Web site that hackers had closed the anti-fascist site Antifa.ru on Sunday. The site remained partially disabled Tuesday.
Killen Convicted of Manslaughter in 1964 Slayings (Update4) June 21 (Bloomberg) -- Edgar Ray Killen, an 80-year-old former preacher, was convicted of manslaughter in the 1964 deaths of three civil-rights workers in Mississippi after jurors rejected murder charges pressed by prosecutors. Killen was accused of organizing Ku Klux Klan members who ambushed and killed James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner outside Philadelphia, Mississippi. State Attorney General Jim Hood won Killen's indictment in January, reviving the case after pleas from the victims' relatives.