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.
A new report from Amnesty International goes on the ground inside the Battle for Raqqa, including a breif summary of events over recent weeks/months and eye witness interviews with civilians caught in the cross-hairs of the battle.
29 years after Iranian officials brutally executed 30,000 political prisoners in the Iranian uprising of 1988, many people are beginning to publicly speaking up about the horrible conditions modern political prisoners are still forced to live in. To draw international attention and press to the issue, political prisoners throughout Iran have staged a massive non-violent hunger strike.
4 years to the day, not a single Government official has been held accountable for their role in the Rabaa Massacre of 2013, during which Government forces led by President al-Sisi, whom had assumed control of the country through military coup 2 weeks earlier, literally slaughtered over 1,000 protestors in the streets of Cairo for opposing his rule. In the years to follow, as many as 1,700 people have been “disappeared” by Sisi’s regime, hundreds more have been incarcerated and journalists whom report on these events continue to be imprisoned without trial.