Category: Rights

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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United States experienced the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. At least 58 people are dead and over 500 more wounded. Stephen Paddock, a white American of Mesquite, Nevada, had 19 rifles and hundreds of rounds of ammo in the 32nd-floor hotel suite used as a place to shoot people at a country music…

Blockchain, communication paradoxes, and registers

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As we have seen in the previous article, the blockchain lends itself to tracing transactions between two subjects, but to respond to this need, it would not be enough to have a simpler communication protocol based on known tools such as Digital signature for imputability, Certified delivery receipt Timestamp for the time guarantee? In particular,…

Syrian Refugees: a bitter reality 

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Syria is bleeding, and the end to internal and external displacement as a result of escalating violence, still seems very far. Unfortunately the political, social and economic impact of the crisis will affect the situation of Syrians for many years to come, especially for fragile and vulnerable social groups such as women, the elderly and…

 The brutal reality of Nigerian girls: trafficking for sexual exploitation

Trafficking in human beings has ancient origins, dating back millenniums before the Roman Empire. Although it is considered a totally inhuman practice to our day, it still persists, and it has intensified especially in the area of ​​prostitution. According to the Financial Times, in 2015, this deal covered 21 million people worldwide, of which 4.5…

 Europe is (not) a country for migrants

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Europe, the false myth of invasion of migrants. Eurostat and Istat data point to the need for migration flows: with closed borders Italy would risk the demographic decline. The false myth of invasion “There is an invasion” has become one of the mantras of the current populist demagogy related to the issue of migratory flows.…

Turkey, the march of non-violence for rights

Turkey, the long “march for justice”, the most important event organized by the opposition since 2013, ended on 9 July. Hundreds of thousands of people have come down the street to claim “Rights, Legality, Justice”. Chp leader: “We will break the walls of fear”. “Rights, Legality, Justice” The long “march for justice” lasted 24 days,…

Turkey, Censorship 2.0

The Turkey authorities has censored Wikipedia. The government’s accusation against the digital encyclopedia is to lead a “defamatory campaign” against the country. The Wikimedia Foundation has appealed to Ankara Court that rejected. The case: the online encyclopedia blocked in Turkey Since April 29, Turkey has decided to block Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia. The news…