Day: July 13, 2017

The G5 Sahel: A New Means Of Stabilizing Mali

On the 25th of June, Idriss Deby, the president of Chad warned Western nations that if they did not offer more financial assistance, Chad may be forced to withdraw some of its troops from the fight against Islamist militants in the Sahel region. Chad is one of the principle allies

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Illegal Immigrants Turn Profits?

President Donald Trump’s fight against illegal immigration has real human costs and private companies are gearing up to exploit it. Francisco Rodriguez Guardado is currently working as a janitor at MIT. He also has a cleaning business that he operates on the side. According to Massachusetts Jobs with Justice, he

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Crack Down On Governmental Opposition Continues In Vietnam As Popular Blogger And Environmental Activist “Mother Mushroom” Is Jailed

UN human rights experts have said the trial of a popular Vietnamese blogger did not meet international standards and appeared to be aimed at intimidating environmental defenders. Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh, also known as “Mother Mushroom,” was sentenced to 10 years in prison following a one-day trial in the south-central

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US Criticized By China For Sailing Warship In South China Sea

Chinese officials publicly criticized the US on Sunday, July 2, for sailing a warship in the South China Sea. The warship, known as the USS Stethem destroyer, was reportedly sailing less than 12 nautical miles from Triton Island in the Parcel Island archipelago. This island is occupied by Beijing, although

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Trump And Putin: The Commanders-In-Chief

The latest congregation of the most powerful nations of the world, which has been dubbed the G20, has rounded up in the German city of Hamburg with Heads of States and governments failing to convince America’s President Donald Trump to come back to the Paris Climate Change Agreement. However, attention

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