The Day of Anger has begun this morning and is tragically ending marking the third day of fire and protests. In an alarming climate of civil war Egyptians are wondering why the military has staged a crackdown on protesters, why have been shooting their own people. The nation who has gained almost a world record… Read More Snipers shoot down civilians, the bloodshed continues in Egypt
While the Russian government seems adamant on it’s strict anti-gay legislation, CNN went around Moscow, asking people what they thought on the matter. Take a look. Chiara Romano Bosch
It’s called Utor the powerful typhoon that is hitting the province of Aurora in the north side of the Philippines with heavy rains, windstorms of 175 km / h and gusts to 210 km / h. Utor is turning out to be one of the worst and most violent of 2013. Every year dozens of… Read More The Utor typhoon devastates Philippines.
There is no such thing as a safe place to hide for those who cross Nursultán Nazarbáyev, the President of Kazakhstan. The 76-year-old oligarch has slowly (but surely) managed to find numerous opponents who have wronged him in the past and bring them back to his rule of law. On the 31st of May, armed… Read More Kazakhstan Tracks Down Political Runaways
Once again the environment is paying a high cost for economic development, or better companies’ enrichment that make money at the expenses of the locals who live in the era. It’s the case of Chile and water pollution. The world’s biggest gold mining company Barrick Gold Corp has been accused of poisoning Chile’s water supplies.… Read More Dirty gold for dirty water, Chileans are suffering from water pollution.
Summer makes us lazy, or in many cases we find ourselves in the middle of nowhere in unspoilt regions without internet connection. BUT we always try to keep you up-to-date with breaking news or with those news you rarely hear about. Today a sharp piece by Russia Today about the Kurdish minority in Syria where… Read More Hundreds of Kurds kidnapped and killed in Syria
“The Egyptian people are continuing, and the days will only increase their determination to persist in their peaceful struggle until the country returns to the democratic path, until the coup is completely ended,” the Anti-Coup Alliance stated. Morsi supporters are calling for marches to begin on Friday after the afternoon prayers, but in this climate of… Read More Egypt: Turmoil in Politics and Hunger on Streets