Daily Archives: August 1, 2017


Pakistan’s Prime Minister Disqualified From Office After Supreme Court Decision

Pakistan’s Nawaz Sharif has been disqualified from his role as Prime Minister after the country’s Supreme Court ruled on a corruption probe. Following the 2015 Panama Papers leaks, Sharif and his children were linked to offshore companies after a probe into his family’s finances failed to account for their wealth. […]


Eight Immigrants Found Dead Amongst Thirty Nine Others In Trailer-Truck: The Horrific Cost of Human Smuggling

Thirty-nine migrants were found in the back of a truck in a Walmart parking lot in San Antonio, Texas, in what is believed to have been a human smuggling operation. Eight were found dead and many more in critical condition when police and emergency services arrived on the scene at […]


Malaysian Rights Riot

Recently a Malaysian MP said that women denying sex from to their husbands was abuse. It is no secret that Malaysia has become increasingly more extreme in its pursuit of Islam over the past few years. This is just the latest in absurd and alarming statements from Malaysia’s politicians. This […]


Martial Law Extended In Southern Philippines

The Philippines’ Congress has voted to extend martial law on the southern island of Mindanao until the end of the year, guaranteeing a continued intensification of military presence in the region. Initially declared on May 23rd, martial law was imposed on the island by President Rodrigo Duterte, who presented it […]


Applying Ecovillage Principles To A Worldwide Reality

In North Pembrokeshire, off the train from Clunderwen, just down from the junction at Glandwyr, and up the top of the hill lies Tir-y-Gafel, home to many. In 2009, nine partners teamed together to buy land to form what’s now a renowned Welsh eco-hamlet known as Lammas. In eight years, […]