Daily Archives: September 11, 2018


Guatemala’s Life Threatening ‘Protection Of Life And Family’ Bill Reaches Final Stages Of Approval

Having successfully passed through Congress twice, Guatemala’s controversial ‘Protection of Life and Family’ bill is scheduled to be discussed for the last time next week before it is sent to President Jimmy Morales for final approval. Introduced by 23 deputies of Congress and the Evangelical Coordinator of Guatemala in March […]


Violence In Brazil As Venezuelan Exodus Continues

Brazil will send army troops to patrol its northern border after violence erupted between locals and Venezuelan migrants. With thousands of Venezuelans fleeing their country each week, neighbouring states are struggling to cope with the influx. The BBC reports there are more than a million Venezuelans in Colombia, more than […]


The Growing Intolerance Towards LGBT Community In Malaysia

On August 28, the Malaysian Islamic court cancelled the caning of two women convicted for having sex, according to Reuters. The cancellation gives human rights activists more time to fully stop the impending punishment to be carried out. Intolerance towards the LGBT community in Malaysia has been growing over the […]


China Fires Back At U.S.A.

China has fired back at U.S. lawmakers urging U.S. President Donald Trump to impose sanctions on the ‘rising power,’ stating that it is a waste of taxpayers’ money. This is in light of allegations that the Chinese government was imprisoning ethnic minority Muslims. Described as a ‘human rights crisis’ in […]


Europe Warns Of “Serious Consequence” For Potential Israeli War Crime Against Khan al-Ahmar Village

An Israeli Supreme Court decision to approve the demolition of the Bedouin village of Khan al-Ahmar has drawn criticism from the EU, European states and international organisations. The village, housing 90 adults and 90 children, was deemed to be illegally constructed in the West Bank. As a result, the inhabitants […]


China May Add A Nuclear Element To Disputes In The South China Sea

A Pentagon report has issued a warning over China’s plans to power man-made islands and reefs in the South China Sea with floating nuclear power plants, arguing it ‘may add a nuclear element to the territorial disputes’ in the area. The annual report by the U.S. Defense Department, Military and […]