Wednesday, 23 October , 2019

UN

UNSC Report: Mosul battle still not over

August 13, 2017 Even after the Iraqi town of Mosul was formally declared liberated after years as an ISIS bastion, a report submitted to the...

Drug money saved banks in global crisis, claims UN advisor

Drugs money worth billions of dollars kept the financial system afloat at the height of the global crisis, the United Nations' drugs and crime...

No to the new Crime! Mikis Theodorakis on Cyprus, Russia and...

No to the new Crime! Mikis Theodorakis on Cyprus, Russia and the upcoming War against Iran In an article entitled “No to the new Crime!”,...

A Small, Poor and Very Brave Country: Bolivia in the United...

"Now the U.S. believe that they are investigators, they are attorneys, judges and they are the executioners," the Bolivian ambassador said. Lambasting the United States'...

Αnastasiades under pressure to abolish now his own state – and...

By John Helmer Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades (lead images, left) has come under intense political and personal pressure to agree to terms of settlement for...

People wake up!

Our socio-economic system needs rebuilding from scratch. Washington has shown us again on 8 November that they offer only the choice between risking nuclear annihilation of humanity and total corporate privatization of our lives and our live services that we, the people, have created. The latter means impoverishment and enslavement to corporations for

All countries (except US and Israel) for lifting the embargo of...

In a historic step toward lifting the blockade on Cuba, the United States abstained Wednesday in the United Nations General Assembly vote, unanimously calling for the end of the Cold War measure for the 25th consecutive year. "The United States has always voted against this resolution," said U.S. representative to the U.N. Samantha Power. "Today, the United States will abstain."

Government austerity policy a breach of international human rights, says UN...

By Caroline Mortimer The British Government's austerity policies are a breach of international human rights, a new report by the UN has warned. The UN Committee on Economic, Social...

UN Team Heard Claims of ‘Staged’ Chemical Attacks

United Nations investigators encountered evidence that alleged chemical weapons attacks by the Syrian military were staged by jihadist rebels and their supporters, but still decided to blame the government for two incidents in which chlorine was allegedly dispersed via improvised explosives dropped by helicopters.

U.S. financial regulations increase starvation among Syria’s children

By FRANKLIN LAMB Beirut As of May 15, 2016, according to Save the Children and an assortment of UN agencies and NGO’s, nearly 7 million people...