I’ve never been much of an art connoisseur, but an Egyptian street artist known as Kaizer is hands down my favorite artist of all time.
A newly released report from Amnesty International chronicles how arms dealers in Europe and the United States circumvent global Arms Treaties to sell weapons to the UAE, which are then used to carry out War Crimes in the Yemeni Civil War.
After Sudan’s military forces executed a teacher, whistle-blower comes forward leaking documents tying Sudan’s Government to Italian cyber contractors illegally hacking/monitoring dissidents and journalists dating back to 2012.
Op-Ed: As The US Military Begins Its Withdrawl from Syria, Here’s Why We Cant Just Abandon The Syrian People
Here’s part of an article I never quite wrapped up, discussing Trump’s decision to pull out of Syria while explaining how Obama’s decision to exit Iraq led to the rise of the Islamic State – as well as why we shouldn’t repeat the mistakes of the past.
Amnesty International publishes their latest investigative report today, detailing how Israeli’s tourism industry if fueling construction and development in/of the illegally occupied territories across Palestine.
Wikileaks publishes the ‘Pope’s Orders,” 7 documents from inside the Vatican centering around the Catholic Church’s struggle to keep a small historic military sect in line with the demands of the Church.
Rogue Security Labs launches an online chat in hopes of bringing a diverse and talented group of people together, to share with and learn from one another in hopes of making the world a better and more enlightened place.
In response to national protests leading to the deaths of at least 8 and arrests of hundreds more, President Mnangagwa has announced a 3 day moratorium on all internet connectivity to squash protests movements from growing.
Daily Trust Newspaper Raided by Military Police In Nigeria, Journalists & Editor Detained, Servers Confiscated
Military police in Nigeria have raided the offices of the Daily Star Newspaper in Nigeria, arresting its staff and seizing their servers following a reported on Boko Haram’s attack/detainment of police officers in the city of Baga
Following massive victories by Joseph Kabila’s ruling party in DRC elections on December 31st 2018, the DRC Government has restricted national internet access & shut down news agencies to prevent national disruptions/protests.
The African Union May Have Died with Gaddafi, But African Continental Free Trade Area Is Alive and Well
South Africa and Togo sign on to the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), making 49 of 55 African States. The project proposes to become the worlds single largest free trade market.
Government of Sudan Restricts National Internet Access, Blocks Social Media Amidst Ongoing National Protests
In the wake of deadly protests throughout the country over recent days, the Sudanese Government has blocked national internet access and restricted access to social media accounts to prevents protesters and activists from coordinating further demonstrations.