Courtesy of Donald Trump in the United States, far-right and nationalist parties saw strong gains in the European Union’s elections on Sunday.
Despite the United Nations Security Council’s task of protecting civilians, millions around the world are still being displaced and killed with little to no accountability for perpetrators.
All is not good in Britain. According to the United Nations, Britain is a country where a fifth of the population lives in poverty.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has finally met representatives of the International Contact Group (ICG) and from Uruguay in the presidential palace.
We are living in strange times. The United Nations longstanding mandate to promote and protect human rights worldwide, undermined by right-wing nationalist governments and authoritarian regimes, has taken another hit by the United States and its allies.
Although political Tehran and Washington say they don’t want war, President Donald Trump is using his National Security Advisor John Bolton to still push for a war-like situation against Iran based on miscalculations.
Iraq’s parliament is once again trying to vote on a bill to expel all foreign occupying troops from the country, and has singled out US troops in particular as needing to leave.
According to the head of the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the time is now for the international community to take action to end four years of fighting which has left at least 7,300 children killed or seriously injured.
The Trump administration has enacted the harshest immigration policies in a century, but it has also reached the outer limits of what any government can illegally do to stem the flow of migrants and refugees.