Rohingya Crisis Possibly Crime Against Humanity

Rohingya Crisis Possibly Crime Against Humanity

The decision by the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Sept. 6, 2018, to investigate crimes against humanity allegedly committed by Myanmar military authorities has been welcomed by legal experts as the only way to end the ever escalating refugee crisis and human suffering of the minority Rohingya Muslims. According to media reports, over 700,000 hapless […]

Tata Steel Closure Blamed on Chinese Imports

Tata Steel Closure Blamed on Chinese Imports

Tata Steel in the U.K. announced the sale of its operation in Talbot, Wales, on March 30, 2016. According to some sections of the British media, the imminent closure of the Tata Steel subsidiary has been triggered by an oversupply of cheap Chinese imports into the steel industry. The decision by the Indian conglomerate has left the British authorities scuttling […]

Brussels Explosions: Security Stepped Up Across Europe

Brussels Explosions: Security Stepped Up Across Europe

Following the twin explosions that rocked the Zaventem airport and a metro station in Brussels on Mar. 22, 2016, countries in Europe have stepped up security around their transport hubs and borders. France and the U.K. have increased police presence at major airports and key locations amid fears of further terrorist attacks across the European […]

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