In a self-righteous article in The Times, British Home Secretary Suella Braverman clumsily exposes her hypocritical stance towards Islam and Muslims in Britain. Similar to how her extremist mentor Michael Gove totally disregarded the children or indeed the facts with his fabricated Trojan horse plot, Braverman is exploiting the children of Wakefield for her narrow […]
Almost 20% of unaccompanied child migrants from Albania taken in by Kent County Council this year have disappeared, the BBC has found. The local authority took in 197 Albanian children up until 31 October, 39 of whom have gone missing. The children have been classed as vulnerable and without proper guardianship. It has been a […]
In recent weeks, the British government has been under fire for the inhumane treatment of asylum seekers in its immigration centres, and the appalling conditions in which they are held while waiting to be processed once they arrive on the country’s shores. Around 4000 people were kept at the Manston facility in Kent, a former […]
On Monday 25/08/2022, residents in the eastern town of Beni in the Democratic Republic of Congo stormed the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (UN-MONUSCO) offices protesting the UN mission’s failure to protect their lives.
Those who follow the work of the United Nations in Yemen in recent times will clearly realize what it is aiming at through its sponsorship of any talks between the parties to the international conflict over Yemen, America and Britain; meanwhile, its envoy is sponsoring a dialogue between the delegation of the so-called legitimacy and […]
The Arab news agency Al Jazeera reported today what no Western news agency considered important: “Families fearful as UN reduces food aid to northwest Syria.” A World Food Program (WFP) spokesperson was quoted as explaining that for “For northwest Syria this means, starting May 2022, the [food] basket will reduce from 1,300 to 1,170 [kilocalories] […]
It has been a week of crises in East Africa, characterised by shortages of fuel and rising prices of consumer goods, as the region continued to shake off Covid-19 blues to revive state economies. Many areas have recently experienced biting fuel shortages and, where the commodity is available, the price has risen to prohibitive levels.
Headlines: • Britain Plans to Send Migrants to Rwanda under Tougher Asylum Policy • Pakistan to Seek Deepening of ‘Important’ Ties with US • Pakistan to Name Miftah Ismail as Finance Chief before IMF Talks Britain Plans to Send Migrants to Rwanda Under Tougher Asylum Policy Britain could send tens of thousands of asylum seekers […]
Question: Tanzania is one of the most politically stable countries in Africa. Tanzania plays a role in Southern African Development Community (SADC). Its relations with its former colonizer Britain are strong. But we see American and Chinese movements in it. What is the extent of the American and Chinese influence in this country? Is there […]
Headlines: Expert Warns of Impending ‘Genocide’ of Muslims in India Pakistan Unveils First National Security Policy (NSP) Calls Grow for the British Prime Minister to Quit
In recent weeks, the Danish government have faced political opposition and both national and international criticism of its plans to deport refugees to asylum centres in Rwanda. The Danish government was harshly criticized by the African Union, when it condemned the decision to relocate refugees to countries outside of Europe, in a press release from […]
According to the Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende, the Danish Minister of Integration and Migration, Mattias Tesfaye and the Minister of Development, Flemming Møller Mortensen, signed two co-operation agreements with the Rwandan government on asylum and migration co-operation, following a visit to Rwanda.