Daily Archives: April 17, 2018


Thousands Protest Over Extra Judicial Arrests And Killings In Pakistan

Naqeebullah Mehsud, an aspiring Pashtun model was reportedly murdered by Pakistani police early this month. The killing generated an uproar in the Pashtun community, sparking massive protest in Peshawar against “extrajudicial” killings and arrests. Pashtuns, more popularly recognized as “Afghans,” reside in tribal regions of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Despite the […]


Developing Supply Chain Solutions For The Developing World

The supply chain for medical supplies in the developing world has a uniquely challenging position. Everything from currency devaluation making it harder to purchase supplies to the lack of infrastructure for transporting them to where they are needed most, these drawbacks are often so systemic that they cannot be fixed […]


ICC War Crimes Prosecutor Seeks To Open Rohingya Deportation Probe

The Chief Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, asked judges to rule whether an investigation can be undertaken and if it has the jurisdiction over the deportations of Rohingya people from Myanmar to Bangladesh. The request was made to the International Criminal Court (ICC). On Monday, according to an AFP report, the prosecutor, […]