Most people in in Western society are completely sheltered from the effects of War oversea’s, and rarely if ever do American news outlets show the devastating aftermaths of Wars popularly featured in US headlines.
The Dark Side of War, How Losing Sides In Any Modern War/Battle are Using Social Media To Cast Victors In A Negative Light
As a new leaked report from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons proves US-backed rebels were behind chlorine attacks in Syria, not Bashar al-Assad, here’s a reminder why we all need to be particularly cautious over War coverage in the digital age of social media.
New study by the Entertainment Software Association discovers that 165 million American adults now admit to playing video games on a regular basis in 2019 – figures up nearly 85% in just half a decade.
Indigenous Tribes & Commercial Loggers On The Verge of War In Amazon Rain Forest as Deforestation Continues To Grow
After exchanging gun fire over recent days/weeks, indigenous tribes and commercial developers are on the verge of War as loggers continue to cut down larger swaths of the Amazon rain forest.
Yesterday the United Nations released findings of a new global assessment on planetary biodiversity. Today, activists worldwide are calling on humanity to rethink our approach to protecting the environment.
New Cyber Security Study Breaks Down +32 Million Cyber Attacks Across More Than 200 Countries Worldwide
New study of more than 32 millions cyber attacks worldwide has discovered several major trends/correlations between organizations of varying size and geographic regions around the world.
In an effort to crackdown on Anarachists and Anti-Fascists Nationwide, Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) is said to have tortured activists into confessing to crimes they were never guilty of – in violation of international law.
United Nations Developmental Programme releases contents of a new investigation into the War in Yemen, discovering that 233,000 have died collectively, both on and off the battlefield in Yemen, since fighting began in 2015.
Amnesty International & AirWars Release Join Investigation Disclosing +1,600 Causalities by US Armed Forces In Raqqa, Syria Alone
NGO’s Amnesty International and AirWars reveal findings from a landmark investigation into the US coalitions assault on Raqqa in 2017, documenting over 1,600 civilian causalities in the city of Raqqa, Syria alone.
A recent study by Oxford University from February 2019 studied the social behaviors of +1,000 teenagers across the US and UK attempting to answer the age old question; do violent video games make people more violent?
Popular Video Game Players Unknown Battleground (PUGB) Simultaneously Banned from Two Countries In Less Than One Weeks Time (India & Iraq)
Last week the Government of India and Iraq voted to pass new laws banning the popular video game known as Players Unknown Battleground, citing violence and the negative impact the game was having on the countries youths.
Ahead of next months CITES Convention in Sri Lanka, international animal rights activists are passing around a petition to ban/block the Government of South Africa from legalizing the sale of Rhino Horn.