Daily Archives: January 14, 2017


Are The Chibok Women Really Free?

Controversy exists around the twenty-one Chibok school girls who, in October 2016, were released from Boko Haram’s control into the care of the Nigerian government. Brokered by Red Cross negotiators, the “lucky” twenty-one are now adults and are kept apart from their parents by government officials who appear to be […]


Civilians Killed In ISIS Bombing, While The Iraqi Government Pushes Ahead To Liberate Mosul

A devastating double bombing attack in Baghdad on the 31st of December 2016, has killed 27 people and left 53 injured. The attack took place at the Al Sinak market, near the centre of Baghdad. The targeted area was known for its many workshops and wholesale markets and was usually […]