In ongoing raids, the Israeli air force have also destroyed water wells and lengths of pipeline, in the process, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), leaving "hundreds of thousands" of Gazans without adequate hydration.
In deed if not in word, London's homeless population are now on par with pigeons. No, they have not gained the ability to fly, but they are deemed so troublesome that special "spike" beds have started to appear on pavements to deter homeless people from sleeping in those areas.
Gold mining poses a danger to biodiversity and human rights across the globe.
“What we witnessed in Egypt and Tunisia, and now in Libya, Syria and Yemen, is that the struggle for freedom is not limited to one nation,” explained Egyptian union leader Kamal Abbas.
After nearly 200 years service in the British army, the Nepalese Gurkha regiments may soon be disbanded as the British army sacrifices troop welfare in face of budget cuts.
As the war in Afghanistan becomes as unpopular as the Iraq invasion, British soldier turned anti-war activist Joe Glenton says that the British military is a “tool of American foreign policy.”