Those of alien race, culture and religion are allowed to claim privileges without a good reason to avoid deportation, the home secretary admits. The migrant crisis in Britain is ‘out of control’ due to legal loopholes, Home Secretary ethnic-Indian Suella Braverman told local media on Saturday.
From being an important personality in Europe from 1910 to 1914, Adolfo Julio Schwelm embarked on the dream of founding a city in South America. Calling his city Eldorado, he publicised the exotic nirvana in Europe for hard-working visionary immigrants to come to populate his blossoming city. He even coaxed the nobility and important personalities to visit him in his colony.
In a remarkable but overdue volte-face, a Kenyan city has turned its face away from European diversity and cultural appropriation. It is a lesson that culturally underdeveloped European nations could learn much from.
The hapless Brussels-led European Union is facing yet another major foreign policy backfiring catastrophe. Algeria, which is a major exporter of fossil fuels to Europe like Russia, is turning against the European Union. The government in Algeria, supported by President Tebboune, has decided not to renew a key partnership treaty with the pro-Washington Spanish regime. The major North African trading partner has frozen trade relations with Europe. It gets worse: the North African country could cut natural gas supplies to Spain, a move that could send already rising gas prices and inflation even higher for Europeans reeling from sticker shock.
By the close of 2021, UNICEF estimates that 36.5 million children were displaced from their homes due to conflict, violence and other crises. These appalling statistics have not been as high since World War II. Amongst this almost 37 million, 13.7 million are refugees and asylum-seeking children fleeing from NATO and CIA-inspired conflicts. Conflict and violence have also led to the internal displacement of 2.8 million children. These figures do not account for the displacement caused by the war in Ukraine since 2022.
MOSCOW, May 27 – Monkeypox was introduced from Nigeria, where at least four US biological laboratories operate, said Igor Kirillov, head of the radiation, chemical and biological defence forces of the Russian Armed Force.
With immigration surging due to favourable weather, Italian League party leader Matteo Salvini is pointing out that he is currently on trial for defending his country’s borders by refusing to allow migrant ships to dock.
When on December 12, MV Mutambala, a ferry operating on Lake Tanganyika sank in a storm there was little news coverage. The disaster claimed the lives of up to 150 passengers, mostly women and children. Strong winds and overloading are said to be the cause of the tragedy. It is not uncommon for ships operating on Lake Tanganyika to sink, usually for the same reasons.
Residents of the Champ de Mars district in Paris are outraged by the dirt, illegal trade and rampant crime in the immediate vicinity of the Eiffel Tower, according to Le Figaro. According to the publication, the quarter in the very centre of the city has become an unsafe territory for the local population and tourists. District 7 Mayor Rashida Dati whose parents are North African is asking Mayor Anna Hidalgo, a Spanish woman, to install a fence around the Champ de Mars to close the area at night and thus fight illegal trade.
The movie ZULU (1964) caught the imagination of the world and inspired the courage of fighters who against all odds defeated their enemies. Although one of the lesser-known actions of the Anglo-Zulu War, the Battle of Kambula on 29th March 1879 avenged the British defeat at Isandlwana, established the superiority of the invading force and became the turning point of the war.