Daily Archives: September 15, 2018

In Fight For Idlib, Fear Rises For Civilians Caught In The Crossfire

In what is seen as the final showdown between President Bashar al-Assad and his allies’ forces, and anti-government fighters and terrorist groups, the stakes could not be higher. With key cities and towns, such as Deir ez-Zor, Ghouta, and Deraa retaken by regime forces, there are few remaining pockets of […]

Crisis In Yemen: Civilians Caught In The Crossfire Of Government-Sanctioned War Crimes

The United Nations has accused the governments of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates of committing war crimes in Yemen during its ongoing civil war which began in 2015 as an internal conflict between supporters of the Yemeni government and Houthi rebels, which oppose the legitimacy of the administration. […]

UN Demands Prosecutions In Myanmar For Actions Against Rohingya Muslims

Last week, investigators working for the United Nations (UN) came forward and declared that Myanmar’s top military officials should be prosecuted for their actions against the Rohingya people, which they claim were performed with “genocidal intent.” In a move the Associated Press noted as “unusual,” the report specifically identified six […]

Non-Aboriginal And Non-Torres Strait Islander, Ex PM Of Australia Tony Abbott Accepts Role As Indigenous Envoy From Non-Aboriginal And Non-Torres Strait Islander, PM Scott Morrison

The new Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, is under fire for appointing Tony Abbott, who is neither Aboriginal nor a Torres Strait Islander, as Indigenous Affairs envoy. In interviews with ABC news, Abbott stated he is not entirely sure what the position actually means, but has accepted anyway, saying […]