A new report from Amnesty International cautions the international public and Government of Angola that the lives of tens of thousands of its citizens are currently at risk of death/famine if nothing is done to […]
After stopping in Canada, US, Germany, Spain, Belgium and the UK from April – May 2019, a Saudi cargo ship has just departed Europe loaded to the gills with weapons and munitions destined for use in Yemen.
A new investigative report published by Human Rights Watch today reveals the extent to which the Chinese Government goes to spy on its Muslim population, mandating spyware installation, forcibly collecting DNA samples and much more.
United Nations Developmental Programme releases contents of a new investigation into the War in Yemen, discovering that 233,000 have died collectively, both on and off the battlefield in Yemen, since fighting began in 2015.
Months after the Government of Afghanistan invited the Taliban back to the negotiating table to draft a new constitution, US report finds USA responsible for more civilian deaths than any country/party involved in the dispute.
CIA wraps up 3 year long Argentina Declassification Project originally commissioned under Obama, revealing new insight into US Cold War Strategy.
US Senate is calling on State Department and Trump to advise Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi against passing provisions to a new version of the countries constitution.
Amnesty International has uncovered the footprints of a massive cyber-espionage campaign launched by Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to hack, track and record the cyber activity of political activists, researchers, journalists and human rights workers.
Into the weekend hackers from all around the world appear to have come together in support of #OpVenezuela, an international hacking campaign against President Maduro for his continued violations of Human Rights.
President Iván Duque of Colombia has appointed 9 officials to lead national military campaigns through the future, despite their direct implication/involvement in countless War Crimes in the recent past.
Amnesty International has released a 77 page report summarizing the state of political affairs and human rights around the geographic areas of North Africa and Middle East from 2018 to present.
Amnesty International investigation reveals Belgium weapons manufacturer FN Herstal has been supplying machine guns to the UAE, which have then been transferred to militia factions carrying out War Crimes in Yemen.