The majority of Brits cannot absolve former prime minister Tony Blair of his war crimes, according to a new poll. Research published by YouGov revealed that just eight per cent of Britons believe that Tony Blair did nothing wrong. However, 53 per cent said that his actions can never be excused. A further 15 per cent said it was time[Read More...]
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A 12 year old girl has become the youngest child to be beaten and imprisoned by Israeli soldiers while she was on her way to school. Dima al-Wawi, was sentenced to four-and-a-half months in prison and an an eight-thousand-shekel fine (£1,500) after she was kidnapped arrested while she was walking in the West Bank town of Halhoul. The area is[Read More...]
An unarmed father has been filmed begging for his life, just moments before he was shot by police in Texas. The officer in question was later identified as Philip ‘Mitch’ Brailsford and has since been terminated from Mesa Police Department and charged with second-degree murder after fatally shooting Daniel Shaver. The Mesa Police Department released information from its investigation of[Read More...]
More than 30 people have reportedly been killed and many more injured following a terrorist attack which occurred in Brussels airport. It has been reported that the Islamic State (IS) have claimed responsibility for the bombings, which took place just a day after the Spring Equinox. So far it has been reported that 34 people have died in the incident,[Read More...]
A former Eton college student has avoided jail after viewing thousands of sickening pictures of babies being sexually abused. Andrew Picard had 2,000 indecent images of children on his computer. The 18 year old was caught after he shared the material with an undercover police officer. His real name is Andrew Boeckman, but he was allowed to use the name ‘Picard’[Read More...]