The head of the Chechen Republic has ordered a universal DNA test to help identify and retrieve Russian children who had been taken to terrorist-control territories in the Middle East.Read More
Civil & Human Rights
Over the last month, the Israeli military has shot over 500 Palestinians in the head for peacefully protesting in the Gaza Strip.
In its latest ruling, the Supreme Court made the fight against workplace sexual harassment even more difficult.
An Israeli general has confirmed that when snipers stationed along Israel’s boundary with Gaza shoot at children, they are doing so deliberately, under clear and specific orders.
Whether or not the protesters in Gaza The only legitimate struggle for Palestinians, it seems, is keeping quiet, allowing their lands to be plundered, and their children to be starved.
The UN Human Rights Council has voted in favor of sending an international war crimes probe to Gaza after the body’s leading human rights official slammed Israel‘s reaction to the protests along the Gaza border that killed over 60 people and injured 2,700 in one day as “wholly disproportionate.”
With the present-day massacre of Palestinians by Israeli snipers along the border fence with Gaza, this 2002 film by renowned journalist and filmmaker John Pilger tells a timeless truth.
Conflict forced nearly 12 million people to flee within their own country last year, the highest level of such internal displacement in 10 years, international monitors said Wednesday.
Long-time activist Suzie Dawson, a journalist and the current President of the Internet Party of New Zealand, is critically ill in Moscow, where she has been seeking asylum, after being targeted by New Zealand intelligence agencies as a result of her activism in the Occupy movement, in support of WikiLeaks, and against the TPP, among other causes.
In what could be a landmark decision in the ongoing election integrity battle, New York State Supreme Court’s Appellate Division ruled last week that electronic ballot images are public records, and therefore subject to freedom of information laws.
Most of the world’s population reside in regions where air quality contains life-threatening pollutants, with 95% breathing in unhealthy air, a World Health Organization (WHO) study has determined. This health crisis has already claimed 7 million lives since the Syrian War began, many whose surroundings exceed toxic levels, causing asthma, stroke, emphysema, heart disease, hypertension, and serious breathing difficulties.
Swaziland’s king has officially renamed the struggling African nation the “Kingdom of eSwatini,” to commemorate 50 years since winning independence from British rule.
Western claims of a chemical attack in Douma have been thoroughly debunked to be a false-flag staged event as irrefutable evidence and eyewitness accounts continue to emerge, and more independent journalists arrive in Douma to discover and confirm a gas attack never took place.
Responding to attacks from the US, UK, and French delegates at the Security Council meeting, the Syrian Ambassador to the UN called out the countries’ lies and hypocrisies, denouncing their funding and arming of terrorist groups and foreign mercenaries dispatched to Syria, in a droll, biting rebuke of imperialist aggression..
While horrible photos of the victims killed in the alleged April 7 Douma chemical attack posted on social media by the White Helmets rapidly spread throughout…