Military spending in Africa, transparency and legality

In Africa, especially in the sub-Saharan area, the spending on armaments is a real rebus. Political instability, terrorism, armed groups, unscrupulous traffickers ensure that it is practically impossible to know where the weapons are going. Small and large weapons, often very powerful, are lost in this way. They end up in the hands of the … More Military spending in Africa, transparency and legality

War of nerves on Syria

In the night the United States attacked with 59 missiles the Syrian base from where would leave the deadly nerve gas attack that claimed more than 80 civilians, including many women with their children, in the town of Idlib. This is the first attack in Syria and arrived at Trump Administration just hours after the United … More War of nerves on Syria

No respite for Aleppo

China and Russia vetoed United Nations Security Council resolution that would ensure a full week total ceasefire to Aleppo to allow rescuers to provide appropriate care to the civilian population. The draft resolution of the truce had been proposed by the United States and was under consideration by the United Nations for several weeks before … More No respite for Aleppo

The war also takes away the game to children of Aleppo

The guy in the picture was called Anas Al–Basha and worked as a volunteer worker in Aleppo to try to return the smile to many children and young people that this war has taken everything: the House, the games, their hopes for the future, dreams and often even parents. Anas had recently founded an NGO, … More The war also takes away the game to children of Aleppo