26 November 2015 15:43
The United States is facing calls to submit to an international war crimes investigation into the deadly strike on a Doctors Without Borders’ hospital in Afghanistan after Washington has admitted that it was caused by “human errors.”
Human Rights Watch demanded on Thursday for an independent inquiry into the October 3 attack on the charity-run hospital in the northern city of Kunduz...
26 November 2015 11:30
Several people were arrested Wednesday night, as protesters rallied and marched over recent deadly police shootings in Chicago and Minneapolis.
Protesters said they were also marching in solidarity with five activists who were shot while protesting the Minneapolis incident.
Millions March NYC and NYC Shut It Down – both of which are part of the Black Lives Matter movement decrying police violence...
25 November 2015 18:18
Hundreds of people have taken to the streets of Chicago to protest against the shooting death of a black teen by a white police officer.
The protest was held in response to the release of a police video that showed the horrific death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, who was shot 16 times by officer Jason Van Dyke in October 2014.
24 November 2015 22:20
US President Barack Obama says sticking to the principles of the Vienna talks on Syria notably holding a ceasefire is the only way to resolve the conflict.
Barack Obama said on Tuesday ISIL must not be given the chance to divide members of the anti-Daesh campaign, adding that that’s how terrorist groups achieve their goals.
Speaking at a joint press...
24 November 2015 10:10
The Canadian military is facing accusations that a recent airstrike by CF-18 pilots in northern Iraq ended up killing at least five civilians and injuring more than one dozen.
Canadian warplanes are still bombing ISIL targets despite Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s campaign pledge to end these airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.
The airstrike, on Nov. 19, one month after the Liberals...
24 November 2015 9:57
US Secretary of State John Kerry has urged “faster” and broader American military and political intervention in Syria to fight against Daesh (ISIL).
"The key is to destroy Daesh rapidly in Syria and in Iraq," Kerry told reporters on Monday. "The president would like to see us go faster."
Prior to the Daesh attacks in Paris that killed 132 people, President Barack...
24 November 2015 7:09
Approximately 66 percent of Americans think US President Barack Obama has no clear plan for defeating the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist organization in Iraq and Syria, a new poll has shown.
Only 23 percent of Americans think their president has a proper blueprint for dealing with the Takfiri group, according to the CBS News poll, released on Monday.
Meanwhile, support for...
23 November 2015 20:40
The American people are deeply pessimistic about the US government and their trust in the country’s political leaders continues to be at historically low levels, according to a new national survey.
Only 19 percent of the US public say they can trust the government always or most of the time, among the lowest levels in the past 50 years, a poll...
23 November 2015 14:28
The recent Daesh videos that seemingly threaten bomb attacks on major US cities are part of a psychological warfare American politicians are waging against their own people to advance their post-9/11 agenda, says a US Army veteran.
“Any claim to lead an attack against New York and the White House really is false, and it is really designed just to trigger a reaction among the...
23 November 2015 10:23
Hundreds of Canadian citizens and human rights activists gathered in Toronto to voice their protest at the spread of Islamophobia in the ountry.
Canadian social activists held the protest rallies on Sunday to show their opposition to the increasing trend of hatred against Islam.
One week after the massacre of 129 people in Paris, for which the Islamic State in Iraq and...
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