Israel’s government looks headed for collapse. Questions of the occupation of Palestine and the very existence of the Israeli state itself, are at the heart of the crisis. Prime minister Naftali Bennett is in deep trouble.
Measures taken by the Metropolitan police to tackle corruption are “fundamentally flawed” and “dire”, with continued failings down to arrogance, secrecy and lethargy, a devastating independent report has said.
The UN estimates that about 100,000 Ukrainians have already been displaced due to the Russian invasion, and that number could grow to 1 to 5 million. Is the international community responding quickly enough?
It’s now more than 20 years on, and that US symbol of mistreatment and injustice, Guantánamo Bay, is still open. In fact, as 2021 ended, it was reported the Pentagon’s plans to build a brand-new courthouse at the base.
The investigations into allegations of abuse by British soldiers in Iraq have now closed without any prosecutions being brought, the Defence Secretary has said in a written statement to the House of Commons.
Narene Stokes couldn’t help notice the only white woman in the crowd. Sheila Albers had come to grieve. Like all the mothers gathered for the meeting, her son had been shot and killed by police.
Lawmakers in the West African nation voted unanimously Friday to outlaw capital punishment and replace it with life imprisonment or a minimum 30-year sentence for such crimes as murder or treason.
Sounds of Resistance is a sound artwork that will take shape over the year. Local artist Felix Taylor will bring together the thoughts, feelings and inspirations of local people, on the past present and future of Brixton.