Daily Archives: April 8, 2019


Female Activists In Saudi Arabia Released On Temporary Bail

11 female social activists have appeared in court in Riyadh under unspecified charges, to be persecuted for the crimes they have committed through protesting for improved standards in Saudi Arabia. At this point, the court is releasing little information on the proceedings, and putting limits on who is able to […]


Ethnic Violence Kills 160 In The Mopti Region Of Mali

Mali’s ethnic violence has reached new heights as recently released reports detail how over 160 people were found to have died, with a further 73 wounded, in an attack in the village of Ogossagou in the Mopti region. Since a militant Islamist uprising in the north of Mali in 2012, […]


Boycott Brunei: The World Reacts To Death By Stoning Law

A law permitting punishment by death of adultery and homosexual intercourse will go into effect in Brunei on Wednesday, 3rd of April. The law, based on the strict Islamic system of Sharia Law, means those found guilty will be stoned to death. According to CNN, the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal […]