Day: March 25, 2017

Barely Afloat? New Zealand’s Climate Change Battle

“We are the change that we seek,” we were memorably told by Barack Obama in 2008. Taking heed from this notion was a group of peaceful protesters who took part this week in “The People’s Climate Rally” in Taranaki, a region on the west coast of New Zealand’s north island.

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Anti-Islamophobia Motion Reveals A Deep Divide In Canada

This past Thursday, the Canadian parliament passed a non-binding motion (M-103) which calls on the government to recognize the “increasing public climate of hate and fear” and calls on them to “condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination.” It also asks for the Common Heritage Committee

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The ICC Awards Reparations To Victims Of Bogoro Massacre

The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued a groundbreaking ruling on Friday when they awarded collective and individual reparations to the victims of war crimes committed by former Congolese militia leader Germain Katanga. Katanga, otherwise known as ‘Simba’, led the Ngiti militia group and political party Front for Patriotic Resistance in Ituri

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Yemen’s War: Iran Increased Its Technology Transfer

“Yemen is where the real proxy war is going on and winning the battle in Yemen will help define the balance of power in the Middle East.” Iran is increasing its military support for Houthi forces in Yemen through the transfer of new technology and advanced weaponry. According to Taimur

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