On the 16th of August, the BBC reported on the death of 14 migrant travellers who were left to cross the sea by criminal organisations promising a new life in the West. Among the dead was a pregnant woman from Ghana.
The BBC reported on the 25th of July 2019 that the problem of poor British people finding enough food to eat in the summer holidays is greater and are urging people not to forget to donate supplies to their local food collection centres. The Trussell Trust, which runs over 420 food banks across the UK have stated that many children risk going hungry over the six-week break from school.
Analysis of satellite imagery has cast further doubt on promises that arrangements are being made by Myanmar for the safe and humane return of Rohingya Muslims, and revealed that the destruction of their villages has continued.…
Countries neighbouring the still rumbling Syrian war are rounding up hundreds of workers and sending many back to volatile parts of the country, raising fears of mass deportations that will imperil large numbers of refugees.
In a recent BBC interview with the Dalai Lama on the 2nd of July 2019, a question was posed to him regarding the possibility of a female Dalai Lama. The Tibetan spiritual leader made reference to the fact
The BBC recently were invited to enter the reformation camps of the Chinese Government where hundreds of thousands of Muslims have been interned for re-programming of their religious beliefs. The BBC were heavily supervised in their visit to the camps which are referred to as “schools” to be attended by the willing.The film footage shows classes where Muslims are made to learn Chinese and repeat over and over their loyalty…
Detik.com on June 23 reported that 29 Indonesian women were became trafficked brides in China. There were 13 women from Sanggau, West Kalimantan, and 16 women from West Java. They were promised to marry a wealthy Chinese man while the women's family would get sent some money.