Formerly secret files raise questions about the security of American military bases in Africa.
A old barracks in Kent has become a focal point for activists determined to give refugees a lousy welcome.
The protestors demands were myriad: killings of human rights activists and environmental defenders, police brutality and education and pension reforms were some of the issues.
The Underground Badger Syndicate intimidates farmers who take part in the cull, which is intended to protect cattle from the spread of bovine TB.
While the US has warned against supplying arms to Iran, defence minister General Amir Hatami said “a number of countries” have been in contact.
Of all the recent coronavirus restrictions, the introduction of car reduction schemes by some local councils has caused the most dissent.
Arnold Joaquin Morazán Erazo, killed this week, was the latest activist murdered in one of the region’s most violent nations, where corruption and drug trafficking are rife.
Critics of the ad accused it of promoting “love jihad”, an Islamophobic conspiracy theory. The company called the outrage saddening.
'We Don’t Know When We're Going to Die' – Young Activists in Lebanon Explain What They're Fighting For
Around 77 percent of young people in Lebanon want to leave the country.
The Dutch government claims that they no longer face the threat of danger, despite ongoing violence in Sudan.
The number of rocket attacks on US positions in Baghdad continues to rise as tensions grow between Shiite militias and the coalition in Iraq.
A halt in security coordination between Israel and Palestine has left infants off of registration rolls and in limbo.