Mozambique: Alleged Soldiers Execute Woman
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Several other videos allegedly showing soldiers abusing captives believed to be linked to al-Shabab were leaked to Amnesty International in May. MAPUTO Mozambique : Mozambique's government on Monday denounced gruesome video footage of men in army uniform beating and executing a naked woman suspected of being an insurgent. The video, circulated on social media earlier on Monday, shows what appears to be government troops shouting and marching behind a woman stripped of her clothing. The men hit the victim several times with sticks before shooting her dead on the side of a road with Kalashnikovs. Mozambique's defence ministry later condemned the "horrifying" images and called for an investigation to "ascertain their authenticity". The watchdog has since accused Mozambican security forces of torturing suspected militants in the northern Cabo Delgado region, where the insurgency operates. The government dismissed the allegations last week, saying the violence was carried out by jihadists impersonating troops.
Russians may now control the trove of photos showing naked U.S. troops
It's a startling development in the ongoing scandal that has shaken the Pentagon and infuriated Congress, raising serious questions about the extent to which these photos — purportedly numbering in the thousands — could be exploited by foreign governments, or other entities seeking to influence or undermine the United States. Many military personnel hold security clearances that afford them access to classified or otherwise secretive information. Officials also declined to acknowledge whether NCIS is investigating the exploitation of these images for financial gain.
The movie's actual subject is the war itself, the criminal conduct of individual Japanese officers, and the guilt embedded in the chain of command leading up to Emperor Hirohito himself, who at the time of this film was still alive and reigning. Long after the war's end, Okuzaki became a sort of truth terrorist, and he is open with Hara and everyone he meets about his deeds and intentions. In this film, Okuzaki, who had fought with the Japanese Army on New Guinea, investigates the execution of two foot soldiers there by Japanese officers. He travels throughout Japan, accompanied by the film crew, to confront soldiers who had knowledge of the incident, and in the presence of the camera, he pressed them to tell what they know.