Cynthia Cotts of The Village Voice has written a roundup of "some of the most unflinching stories" of the war, by which she means stories in the western press that do not show western behavior in a kind light. Some of these tales fall into a moral gray zone: I'd like to learn a bit more about those cash seizures, for example, before passing judgement. Others, like the use of cluster bombs, are unquestionably outrageous.
The other side, meanwhile, has committed outrages of its own.
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