Daily Archives: December 1, 2019

Libya: Is the UN At Fault For The Growing Humanitarian Crisis?

Addressing Geneva on the 14th of November, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein expressed his great concern over the suffering of detained migrants and refugees in Libya. Hussein made it clear that in his, and many other’s eyes, there are a multitude of clear failures in the United Nations policy of assisting […]

China’s Secret Brainwashing Camps 1

Official Chinese government documents leaked to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists earlier in the week has shown that an estimated one million minority Uighur Muslims are being sent to secret brainwashing detention camps in the Xinjiang region in the West of China. Inmates are being detained in these camps […]

Palestinians Protest U.S. U-Turn On Israeli Settlements

Demonstrations erupted in the West Bank on Tuesday, in a direct response to the declaration by the United States that they no longer believe Israeli settlements to be in violation of international law. The Palestinian Red Crescent has recorded injuries to as many as 77 demonstrators inflicted by Israeli forces […]

Bolivia’s Interim President Signs Legislation To Allow New Elections

Bolivia’s interim President Jeanine Áñez signed legislation earlier this week to enforce a two-term limit on the presidency and create a board to set a date for new elections. The move comes after former President Evo Morales sought a fourth term in October and emerged with a victory in an […]