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Over 70 grave violations against children caught up in war recorded daily: UNICEF
A “staggering” average of 71 verified grave violations a day, are committed against children by parties to conflict in more than 30 settings across Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Latin America.
Warning: UK Prime Minister Johnson says he doesn't think Britain will end up at war with Russia
In a simple translation from Johnson-English to Truth-English that’s exactly his political survival plan: to end up at war with Russia, just as another genius and so successful American leader desperately needs war with China.
Britain has approved Assange’s extradition – war criminals and murderers, rejoice
Priti Patel’s decision to hand over the WikiLeaks co-founder shows the price of investigative journalism anywhere the US holds sway
The Guardian view on Julian Assange’s extradition: a bad day for journalism
Editorial: Priti Patel could have turned down the American request. By not doing so she dealt a blow to press freedom
100 million people around the world have been forced to flee their homes. That's more than the population of most countries
War, violence, persecution and human rights abuses have pushed the world past a "dramatic milestone," according to a new report from the UN's refugee agency.
Climate crisis costs up over 800% as UN donor nations fail to keep pace, report says
The amount of money needed to aid communities in the face of extreme weather-related emergencies has increased by more than 800% in the past two decades as the climate crisis also rapidly accelerated, new research shows.
Unlikely That Afghan Ex-President Fled With Millions In Cash: US Watchdog
Multiple reports suggested that Ashraf Ghani and the other officials took up to $169 million in Afghan government money with them. He has always fiercely denied these claims.
Ukraine war ‘aggravating’ existing global food crisis, UN warns
The UN Food and Agriculture Disorganization to blame the sanctions against Russia and blame "the war in Ukraine"...
Sudan women’s activist wins human rights prize
Sudanese women’s activist Amira Osman Hamed has won a Front Line Defenders Award for Human Rights Defenders at Risk, the organization announced.
‘Lifeline’ of renewable energy can steer world out of climate crisis: Guterres
Greenhouse gas concentrations, sea level rises, ocean heat levels and acidification, all set new records during 2021, while some glaciers reached the point of no return, according to the latest flagship report from the World Meteorologic...
Queen’s platinum jubilee: the royals must span the social divides
Brexit, Covid and Black Lives Matter have highlighted divisions in society. But we have more in common than we sometimes realise
One big lie in the Queen's speech resonated in the Caribbean
The Queen's speech included a statement that is an unfortunate big lie: "my Government will play a leading role in defending democracy and freedom across the world", while the The very same Queen's government is trying to do exactly what...
New York Times wins 3 Pulitzer Prizes; Reuters wins for feature photography
The New York Times won three Pulitzer Prizes and was named as a finalist five more times on Monday, while its rival the Washington Post took the public service award and Reuters claimed the prize for feature photography.
A look at some of the world’s toughest abortion laws
New limits on abortion rights are being pursued in the US and other countries.
“I am here to listen and to understand’ - UK Minister Amanda A. Milling. Is she really such an innocent abroad?
UK Minister for the Overseas Territory, the Rt. "Hon". Amanda A. Milling in now in the Virgin Islands (VI) for high-level discussions following the early publication of the Commission of Inquiry recommendations to cancel democracy, suspe...
Partygate undermines teaching of honesty and decency, says union chief
Headteachers’ leader to accuse government of failure of leadership
"You're Gonna End Up In A Nuclear War!" Trump Discusses War in Ukraine
An EXCLUSIVE segment from Piers Morgan’s interview with Donald Trump where he discusses the possibility of nuclear war, how he would've kept Putin from invading Ukraine, the mishandling of Afghanistan and much more.
London Court declares investigative journalism is a crime, and orders Julian Assange's extradition to the US
A London Court decided that in the UK, investigative journalism is a crime of espionage, and has therefore approved an order for the Wikileaks' founder to face spying charges in the US for the US & UK war crimes he exposed. The British H...
Pope makes Easter plea for Ukraine peace, cites nuclear risk
On what is supposed to be Christianity’s most joyful day, Pope Francis made an anguished Easter Sunday plea for peace in the “senseless” war in Ukraine and in other armed conflicts raging in the world, and voiced worry about the risk of ...
A surprise visit gives royals a chance to clear the air
One of the most anticipated family get-togethers in recent royal history took place this week -- and it was kept entirely under wraps.
UK Rwanda asylum plan against international law, says UN refugee agency
The UNHCR says the scheme to send some migrants to claim asylum in Rwanda is shifting responsibility. Leak shows that some of the money UK pay to Rwanda will be paid back to few British officials.
WHO chief blames racism for greater focus on Ukraine than Ethiopia
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says world ‘is not treating the human race the same way’ amid Tigray crisis
The US froze Russia's assets because Russia invaded Ukraine.
The US has also frozen Afghanistan's assets because the US invaded Afghanistan.
“Sir” Gary R. Hickinbottom has handed over the Colonial Commission of Inquiry Report to the white supremacist Governor Rankin
The anti-democratic Commission’s Report is “long and detailed with almost 1,000 pages and over 40 recommendations”, according to Governor Rankin. Yes, yes, that is not a joke. The UK's corrupt government sent over a person who has never ...
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