Post Tagged with: "war"

Israel steps up attacks on Gaza Strip

Israel steps up attacks on Gaza Strip

The Israeli army has fired missiles into the northern Gaza Strip in retaliation for a rocket that was reportedly fired into southern Israel from Palestinian territory. Several people injured in the Gaza Strip following several nights of attacks by Israel, including a 17-year-old Palestinian youth who sustained an injury after his foot was struck by shrapnel. So far, no group[Read More...]

Brits resent Tony Blair’s military invasion

Brits resent Tony Blair’s military invasion

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...]

Tensions are increasing between Russia and the Ukraine

Ukraine fears reprisal from Russia

When the world turns away from Russia and Ukraine, at the stroke of a pen it has been reported that 50,000 Ukrainians have been drafted as Russian warns of the return to a scenario of force. This scaremongering has forced Ukrainians to take drastic steps to secure their future, and to stand up against Russia. According to ZeroHedge, “And with[Read More...]

White Helmet volunteers in Syria have helped to reduce the death toll by rescuing citizens

Syrian volunteers risk lives to assist fellow citizens

A group of volunteers made up of ordinary men and women have launched a new project aimed at creating more peace in Syria, and rescuing victims of the ongoing conflict in the region. Some 250 volunteers form part of the White Helmets Civil Defence team- a number that rises monthly. They regularly rescue survivors trapped under the rubble of the[Read More...]

NATO announces end to combat missions in Afghanistan

NATO announces end to combat missions in Afghanistan

NATO has formally ended its combat missions in Afghanistan which leaves the Afghan army and police in charge of maintaining security within the country. Instead they claim that NATO troops will be moving into a role that provides more training and support to the army and police forces. The ending of the NATO combat mission may mean that Afghanistan might[Read More...]