by Binoy Kampmark - CounterPunch website, OtherNews The dishonour board is long. Advisors from Australia, account chasing electoral strategists, former Australian cabinet ministers happy to draw earnings in British pounds. British Conservative politicians keen to mimic their cruel advice, notably...
Amnesty International has just released a statement saying that Italy’s migrant and asylum seeker detention centres aren’t up to scratch. In April 2024, the organisation’s researchers checked out two detention centres. They found the conditions to be pretty poor...
by Lettera 22 During the hearing at the Italian Parliament, in her introductory remarks, Boldrini highlighted the significance of the discussion, emphasizing the need for immediate and sustained humanitarian efforts. Representatives from each organization provided insights into various facets of...
by Subir Bhaumik* (from Calcutta, India) Operation 1027, the military offensive launched by a group of ethnic rebel armies last year, entered a decisive second phase last week with a furious assault on the town of Lashio on the China-Myanmar...
by Sam Levin - The Guardian, OtherNews A group of leading Democratic governors offered words of support for Joe Biden on Wednesday as pressure mounted on the president to leave the race. The governors, including Tim Walz of Minnesota, Wes...
by Higerta Gjergji On 26 June 2024, a new meeting was held in Brussels to “take stock of progress” in the EU-mediated dialogue. The new colloquium comes after a year of unresolved tensions and an outbreak of violence in May...
by Paul Taylor * - European Policy Centre, OtherNews Sooner or later, possibly as early as next week, France’s far-right National Rally (RN) is going to take power. That’s the main lesson of Sunday’s first round of snap parliamentary elections,...
by Anna Violante On 6 June, on the sixth anniversary of the arbitrary arrest of 16 defenders of the rights of the casteless and marginalised, Amnesty International took to Twitter and Instagram to once again call on the Indian government...
by Ambra Visentin (This interview was originally published in the Atlas of Wars on June 30, 2023) Stella Assange recounts the long struggle to free her husband. A case of persecution by the US with the complicity of the UK. ‘If...
by Marc B. Sanganee * - Arbejderen/Globetrotter, OtherNews Many Sahrawis see new hope in a new multipolar world order that is not dominated by the United States and the West. Life under occupation is a constant struggle. This is continually...

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