Day: March 27, 2018

Saudi Arabia’s Coalition In Yemen: Three Years Of War Crimes And The U.S. And Britain Continue To Supply Arms

This week marks the third anniversary of the Saudi-led coalition’s involvement in the war in Yemen. The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman is also the country’s Defense Minister, acting as the Commander of the coalition operation in Yemen aptly named “Decisive Storm.” Despite the flagrant human rights

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School Girl Remains At Large After Boko Haram Kidnapping

Nigeria has experienced the emergence of a radical Islamist group, Boko Haram, since the beginning of the last century. Officially founded in 2002, the name Boko Haram originates from the Hausa word “Boko,” meaning western and the Arabic word “haram” meaning forbidden. The radical Islamist group believes that Muslims should

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The Colombian Election: A Plight For Peace

It seemed as if stability was on the horizon when the war was finally over, but currently as the elections approach it seems as if Colombia’s fragile peace is under threat. In 2016, the Colombian President Santos victoriously claimed that the war in Colombia was over, as the State and

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