Hamas, a Palestinian Sunni Islamic organization in charge of governing the Gaza strip, is executing its own “Terror Tunnel” diggers out of fear that the excavators would leak information about the tunnel locations to Israeli security forces. Hundreds of tunnel workers have been murdered thus far.
A non-fan of the current Mayor of Toronto, Ontario sent an benign ultimatum to Ford telling him to resign or risk destruction of City Hall.
Obama promised to end acts of torture and other war crimes, but the author of the Amnesty International report published in Kabul, Joanne Mariner, points to compelling evidence that suggests Obama has yet to make good of his promise.
Stemming from the Ukraine crisis, ExxonMobil and Rosneft, a Russian oil company, have agreed to cooperate in order to help both respective economies. Rosneft is unable to be self-sufficient because of the sanctions the US and EU had placed on aspects of Russian government.
It is no secret that government-led studies can be manipulated to express only what is in support of the government. A recent report called “Shale Gas: Rural Economy Impacts” has campaigners demanding it to be uncensored for the sake of public knowledge.
In an effort to boost their economy, North Korea has allowed east coast resorts to offer surfing tours to foreigners.
New York executive director and Middle East director of Human Rights Watch, Kenneth Roth and Sarah Whitson respectively, were unable to release their mass killing anniversary report because of security reasons.
Mahamat Kamoun, the first ever Muslim Prime Minister to be elected in the Central African Republic, is being met with a lot of resistance, especially by the Muslim rebel group Seleka.
The United States had an illegal program called “Extraordinary Rendition” that Clinton initiated in order to fight the war on terror. This became the term for the practice of exporting terrorist suspects to countries that allowed torture. Apparently there is evidence to suggest that the UK was one of the countries the US sent suspects to.
Zhirinovksy, vice speaker of the Russian duma, made a statement threatening the neighboring European countries with promises of carpet bombings. This is because of rising tensions between Russia and the United States and the lack of cooperation from the Baltic States and Poland.