Daily Archives: May 7, 2018

ETA officially disbands, bringing its forty-year campaign of terror to an end

Basque terrorist group ETA announced last Thursday that it has “completely dissolved all its structures and declared an end to its political initiative”, almost exactly 50 years after claiming its first victim. This announcement, which was followed by a ceremony in the town of Cambo-les-Bains, in south-west France, officially marks […]

UK Court Allows Appeal Against Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia

A UK court has ruled to hear an appeal by campaigners aiming to prevent the export of arms by the British government to Saudi Arabia. The case is targeting to stop the UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia to prevent their use in the Yemen War. After losing the case last […]

Palestinian Refugee Camp Attacked By Syrian Government

The Yarmouk Camp, a Palestinian refugee camp near Syria’s capital, was attacked by Syrian government forces. One of the neighbourhoods targeted in the attack was the Hajar Al-Aswad, an allegedly Islamic State controlled neighbourhood. The attacks were part of a greater plan of the Syrian government to retake rebel territory. […]

Floods In Kenya Kill 100 And Leave 220 000 Displaced

Torrential rains over the past month have led to severe flooding across parts of East Africa, killing 100 in Kenya and leaving more than 220 000 people displaced. The Kenyan Red Cross reported on Thursday that they are currently responding to calls for help from residents who have been stranded […]