One week on from the atrocity at the Manchester Arena, Tina Daheley reports on the attack targeted on the audience of thousands of young and teenage girls as they left a pop concert. She hears from concert attenders and parents, and investigates the community context and the [continue reading].
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“ON the 22nd of September, I was asked by The World if I could have myself committed to one of the asylums for the insane in New York, with a view to writing a plain and unvarnished narrative of the treatment of the patients therein and the methods of management, [continue reading].
Updated on March 12th: Hundreds of protesters gathered near the Dutch Embassy in the Turkish capital Ankara, despite the street where it is located being sealed off by police. Demonstrators waved Turkish and Ottoman flags, shouted anti-Dutch slogans and some threw eggs, [continue reading].
With ‘no’ votes from permanent members Russia and China, the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday failed to adopt a resolution that would, according to press reports, have imposed sanctions against parties using chemical weapons in war-torn Syria. While nine of the [continue reading].
A look at the man of many faces, Donald Trump. Could his huge personality – actually be a symptom of mental illness? I am not a clinical or medical doctor – but it does not take a specialist to read the writing on the wall. Donald J. Trump – Portrait Of An [continue reading].
An Alistair Reign video report that takes a look at the war raging in Yemen – an attack on the Middle East’s poorest country – by the wealthiest, influential country of Saudi Arabia. Includes news coverage on the funeral bombing in Sana’a on October 8, [continue reading].
Much to the angst of some, and triumph of others – reality TV personality, business man, and son of Fred Trump, a successful New York City real estate developer – Donald J. trump has won his way into the presidential suite of every hotel worldwide. Good for you [continue reading].
The Zeravani are a Specialized Branch of the Kurdish Peshmerga Army. EXCLUSIVE CONTENT: Female Zeravani soldiers conduct several training exercises near Bnaslawa and Erbin, Iraq in August 2016. Includes archived and current interviews with Kurdistan’s Women Warriors. [continue reading].
United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested 36 fugitives during concurrent nationwide operations this week – Operation Safe Nation and Operation No Safe Haven III. Of those arrested, 17 were sought because they may pose a threat to public safety or [continue reading].
Many first responders with the city’s police and fire departments lost their lives at the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, and Sargent Major Michael S. Curtin and Gunnery Sargent Matthew D. Garvey, were among the fallen. To honor their memory, Marine [continue reading].
“When he crossed the Olympics marathon finish line, Feyisa Lilesa put his hands above his head in an “X.” Most of those who watched Lilesa’s spectacular silver medal performance didn’t know what that meant — or just how dangerous a protest they [continue reading].
Watch stories and documentaries from humanitarian groups and the volunteers working to save lives in war-torn countries. Learn about their works, campaigns, struggles and inspiring stories. This is a continuous news feed updated regularly. The window will open to the latest [continue reading].
Get your news straight from the source. UPDATED DAILY – this playlist contains the U.S. State Department daily press briefings, NATO news updates on the war against terrorism, and other related press statements from United Nations world leaders. This is a [continue reading].
Genocide and iconoclasm – the war tactics the Saudi “royals” are infamous for using in their campaigns to spread Wahhabism, Saudi Arabia’s strictly enforced state religion. Since Wahhabism first rose its violent head in the desert of Nejd in the Hijaz, [continue reading].
It was just one year ago media headlines announced that “Obama’s ultimatums to Putin fall on deaf ears.” Well, the tables have turned, and now it appears Obama has a case of the Russian “I can’t hear you’s.” As tensions continue to ramp [continue reading].
At least 265 people were killed. An official said that 161 of them were mostly civilians and police officers, while the remaining 104 were coup supporters. After serving as prime minister from 2003, Erdogan was elected president in 2014 with plans to alter the constitution [continue reading].
Turkish President Recep Erdogan claimed his government was back in control of the country Saturday morning following an overnight coup attempt by members of the military, though the situation on the ground remains unclear.  Soldiers took control of TRT state television late [continue reading].