When disaster strikes, who profits? ThatâEUR(TM)s the question asked by journalist Antony Loewenstein in his new book, "Disaster Capitalism: Making a Killing out of Catastrophe." Traveling across the globe, Loewenstein examines how companies such as G4S,Serco
The Obama administration backed away Friday from a failed effort to stand up a rebel force in Syria, as the Pentagon announced plans to instead aid existing rebel units that officials believe have better odds of weakening the Islamic State.
Anonymous asks you to join the peaceful revolution from October 1 to 31, called âEUR~Operation Black OctoberâEUR(TM). Take all your money from your bank account, donâEUR(TM)t use your credit card, pay cash and change your future..
Europe and the rest of the world is going on with a response to this as if the numbers that we are talking about are beyond the capacity of a continent, of a European Union, with over 500 million citizens, to be able to handle.
Yasir Arslanuk, a 55-year-old Syrian engineer, his wife and two young sons wobbled across the border from Russia into Norway astride bicycles last week, the latest migrants to complete an improbable new route to Europe.
Dire warning: The leaflets (pictured) being dropped by Russian jets warn people to get out of the zone of 'special operations' - and one implies that terror groupÂ al-Nusra Â Front are backed by America and Israel<br />
As part of human trafficking awareness week in South Africa, we have republished a 2014 interview we did with Grizelda Grootboom.
She was 18 years old when a trip to Johannesburg turned into a nightmare.