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.
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.
Trump Revokes US Signature from Global Arms Trade Treaty, Which Bans The Sale of Arms/Munitions Into Known Conflict Areas
Two weeks after vetoing a Congressional resolution that would’ve banned the sale of weapons/munitions to Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump announced the US’s withdrawl from the UN’s Arms Trade Treaty.
UN Investigation: USA Is Now Responsible for More Civilian Deaths Inside Afghanistan Annually Than Taliban
Months after the Government of Afghanistan invited the Taliban back to the negotiating table to draft a new constitution, US report finds USA responsible for more civilian deaths than any country/party involved in the dispute.
As Palestinians Celebrate The Great March of The Return Again Tomorrow, Here’s A Remembrance To Israeli War Crimes Dating Back Nearly One Year Ago To The Day
In support of all Palestinians fighting for freedom, here’s a reminder of what Palestinians are fighting against, as well as the continued Crimes Against Humanity carried out against them at the hands of the Israeli Government.
Researchers have officially released the World Happiness Report 2019, noting how, among other things, countries across the America’s and Asia are generally on the decline, while countries in North Africa and Europe are on the incline.
In Protests of Migrants Stranded on Greek Isles, The Acropolis In Greece was Defaced w/ Message Reading “Humanity First: Refugees are Welcome”
On the 3rd anniversary of the EU-Turkey deal which has stranded 1000’s of refugees on the Greek isles, Amnesty International defaced the Acropolis in Greece with a message reading “Humanity First: Refuges are Welcome.”
US Intelligence Was Made Aware of Immanent Threat To Bole International Airport At Least Two Days Before Crash of Flight #ET302
Two days before the crash of Fight #ET302, which killed all 157 on board, the US Embassy drafted a press release warning all US personnel in Ethiopia to avoid Bole International Airport entirely on the date of the eventual crash…..
United Nations Releases Findings from Gaza Protests Investigation, Revealing Countless Crimes Against Humanity At The Hands of The Israeli Government
Investigation from the United Nations reveals countless crimes against humanity carried out during the Gaza protests, protests which saw the deaths of 189, including 35 children, along with the injury of 23,313 more.
Here’s a look at the recent history surrounding the India-Pakistan dispute dating back to 2016, ultimately leading up to February’s military attack and the situation currently unfolding in the region.
Amnesty International has released a 77 page report summarizing the state of political affairs and human rights around the geographic areas of North Africa and Middle East from 2018 to present.
Sheldon Adelson faces a class action for his support/funding of construction projects in the disputed territories around Israel by Palestinian families displaced by said construction projects – plaintiffs seek $1 billion in damages.
Pentagon Releases 2019 Artificial Intelligence Directive, Outlining Extensive Investment In AI Technologies for Autonomous Weapons Development Throughout the Future
US Department of Defense publishes a new military directive outlining future defense strategies centering around extensive investment in Artificial Intelligence technologies as a means of preserving/advancing National Security.
Exclusive: Remembering Ukraine’s Attempted Cover Up of Susan Rice & The UAE’s Illegal Weapons Shipments To Libya
In 2017 my website came under heavy attack from Ukraine, attempting to take down a leak implicating the UAE and USA in the illegal smuggling of weapons into Libya, in violation of 2011 UN Security Council arms embargo.
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.
A new report from Human Rights Watch outlines the top 10 human rights issues/headlines that caught the worlds attention throughout the course of 2018.