The Caribbean’s Specially Designated Global Terrorist

Abu Sa’d at-Trinidadi

By

Ricardo Swire

The United States’ Executive Order 13224 Section 1(b) describes Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGTs) designation that targets terrorists and anyone providing support to terrorists or acts of terrorism.

Continue reading “The Caribbean’s Specially Designated Global Terrorist”

We need a new name

Reuters photo

 

By

Ogunniyi Abayomi

 

“We are completely disenchanted with the old adult, established politicians, we want to see some new faces –more militant faces”

                                                                                                Malcolm X

Continue reading “We need a new name”

France’s Macron clashes with Le Pen, polls sees him as having best programme

Pascal Rossignol

Pascal Rossignol/Reuters

 

By

Michel Rose and Ingrid Melander

Centrist Emmanuel Macron kept his position as favourite to win France’s presidential election after a televised debate on Tuesday night in which he clashed sharply with his main rival, Marine Le Pen, over Europe, just 19 days before the election.

Continue reading “France’s Macron clashes with Le Pen, polls sees him as having best programme”

Changes in Widowed Parent’s Allowance robs dying man’s family

Reuters photo

 

By

Hazel Speed

Victoria Derbyshire’s BBC programme broadcast a most moving feature. It also took a lot of courage for Victoria herself as she returned to the programme after her own cancer treatment, yet she presented the story of a dying man (renamed ‘Alan’ to protect his family).

Continue reading “Changes in Widowed Parent’s Allowance robs dying man’s family”