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Archive for December 7th, 2016

Venezuela: Time to Prevent Another Syria

John Moore/AFP   By Cynthia M. Lardner   Comparing and Contrasting Venezuela and Syria   The world stands by in horror watching the Syrian War crisis unfold in the news. Now with over 150 countries, paramilitary groups and terrorist groups involved, there is no answer to the question of how to create peace. The harsh […]

The Twelve Days of Brexit

Ronya Galka   By Hazel Speed   Brexit in song


J Maher   By Opal Ingram

Saudi Arabia sentences 15 people to death for ‘spying for Iran’

AFP photo   By Amnesty International   ‘The entire legal proceedings in this case have made a mockery of justice’ – Samah Hadid   Saudi Arabia’s sentencing of 15 people to death today after a grossly unfair trial is a travesty of justice, said human rights NGO Amnesty International.

Nearly two months, no trace of student

By Jose Kalathil It has been nearly two months since Najeeb Ahmed, a 27-year-old first year MSC student at the School of Biotechnology in the prestigious international Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi found missing from his Mahi-Mandvi hostel in the University campus, on October 15, after an alleged scuffle with three members of […]

From Ideology To Opportunities: Nigerians Will Murder MMM

Akintunde Akinleye/Reuters   By Madamidola Oladele   “The whole financial world is a pyramid!”   In the beginning was an idea. The idea grew and blew into a system of ideas until finally; the world became governed by ideologies.

Code Name “Emerald”

By Ricardo Swire The Kingdom of the Netherlands’ Caribbean “Emerald” investigation began in April 2016 as an offensive against international fraud, money laundering and venality.


Edward Wexler   By Florence Logarta