The Lahore High Court has declared that the courts cannot remain silent on the matter of drone attacks because this is purely a matter of human rights.
Drone attacks are silent murderers of humanity. The drone arrives and turns a person into ashes without providing any notice or indication. Even previously, the courts [Read more]
The new secretary of state, John Kerry, is trying to convince Israel and Palestine to hold a four-way meeting in Jordan, but Abu Mazen was totally against the idea, at least for now. In fact, the Palestinian president has stated during a meeting with Kerry that he will not resume any talks, neither in Jordan nor [Read more]
Chechen immigrant Tamerlan Tsarnaev, monitored by the FBI, had returned for six months to the Caucasus but no one cared.
When new leader Kim Jong Un came to power in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, hope began to bud that conditions on the Korean peninsula would improve. In spite of his young age, Kim Jong Un has managed to see the world and acquire a wide range of interests, so he should be able to set his country on the [Read more]
The Nigerian Minister of Foreign Affairs Olugbenga Ashiru denied the predictions that the United States would cut its military aid to his country following the killing last month of more than 200 people in the remote village of Baja, located in Borno in the northeast of Nigeria, by the army soldiers hunting Boko Haram, [Read more]
The second major terrorist attack in just over a decade has taken place on U.S. soil. The immediate questions being asked at the highest levels of the administration were: Who did it? And to what end? One week on from the attack, what has been resolved? The identity of the perpetrators, apparently — they were [Read more]