Category: Rights

The Congo and the politics of human cruelty

The Rohingya people in Myanmar, the persecution of an invisible community

Kumari: the child-goddess without joy

Nepal two years later: cities rebuilt, kids still in need of help

Two years ago, the Nepalese earthquake struck the international community. With its the large amount of damage and displacement, first aid responses were quick and efficient. As the  emergency situation has now left the limelight, underground illegal activities are proliferating, and the most vulnerable parts of society are suffering. Indeed, very little effort has been…

Aleppo: two factions are killing civilians

Women driving in Saudi Arabia: an economic choice

Pakistan Army rescue Canadian Joshua Boyle, his American wife Caitlan Coleman

Pakistan Army, operating on intelligence provided by the United States, rescued Caitlan Coleman, her husband Joshua Boyle and their children from Taliban after locating them in the mountains of Afghanistan. Canadian Joshua Boyle, his American wife Caitlan Coleman and their children are finally free after five years held hostage in Afghanistan by the Taliban-linked Haqqani…

US white terrorism

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How the IS profits from child soldiers for propaganda purposes 

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Blockchain, communication paradoxes, and registers

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