No regime in the world has handed down more death sentences against its political opponents in such a short period of time.
Egypt's dictator General Sisi will be welcomed this week by David Cameron, ignoring his murder of 2,500 democracy protesters and his torture regime imprisoning tens of thousands.
Blair sees no conflict in his role as Middle East peace envoy and support for the Sisi regime, which is estimated to have killed more than 2,500 protesters and jailed more than 20,000.
The clear need is not for Britain to add its own intervention to that already taking place. It is for a negotiated diplomatic end to the dreadful civil war that has laid waste to Syria.
Lindsey German explains why she won't be intimidated by the mania which sees wearing a red poppy as a test of loyalty, a definition of Britishness.
Obama said unequivocally he would end the war in Afghanistan and not deploy US troops to Syria or Iraq.
Here's the evidence that Tony Blair lied to us about an illegal war in which 179 UK soldiers and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis died.
From time to time, unequivocal evidence reaches us that war is about killing as well as dying, and that our soldiers are not necessarily the most exemplary specimens of humanity after all.