A new report released by Amnesty International chronicles the vast length the Government of Pakistan is willing to go to crack down against and spy on political dissidents and human rights defenders within their borders.
The humanitarian crisis resulting from the Yemeni War has deteriorated to the point where African refugees, whom recently fled Somalia/Ethiopia to ‘seek a better life’ in Yemen, are dying at sea in record numbers as they try to flee the War-torn country and get back home. There are many Wars being fought all around the world right now, but this information puts into perspective why the War in Yemen is the biggest tragedy of them all.
Months ahead of the March 2018 Egyptian Presidential “election,” incumbent el-Sisi has begun arresting all of the biggest and highest polling political opponents whom had indicated they would like to run against him – ensuring his tenure as ‘Egypt’s Supreme Dictator’ will carry on for many years to come.
Following the liberation of Mosul this past July, Iraqi’s began the long process of cleaning up and rebuilding the city. Now, those whom have been given the grim task of disposing of all the dead bodies claim that they have buried 10x more people than were originally estimated to be dead by the US coalition forces earlier this year.
Leaked documents implicate the Shell Oil corporation to multiple crimes in the oil rich region of Ogoniland, Nigeria dating back to the early 1990’s. Dutch prosecutors have already agreed to open a full investigation.
Its been said that social media is slowly deteriorating society. Here is new research exposing how social media is negatively impacting the minds of young women living in our digital age.
In response to US Government forcing RT to register as a “Foreign Agent,” Russia’s Parliament has passed new legislation forcing all foreign funded media outlets to also register as foreign agents all the same, further cracking down on free press ahead of 2018 elections.
A new report from Amnesty International chronicles human rights violations and abuses by Government led and armed opposition forces inside 6 key battles areas in Syria dating back to 2012.
South Sudan is the worlds newest country and has been on the brink of Civil War for the better part of the last 2 years. Last year the United Nations failed to pass an international arms embargo on the country, an opening that countries like the UK have gone on to exploit.
As the lucrative global arms trade “business” continues to soar in our modern times, here is a look at the troubling statistics fueling armed conflict all around the world.