Venezuelan Death Squads Have Killed An Estimated 831 People, Many Who Dared To Protest The Regime

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Back in February Reuters reported on murders being carried out in Venezuela’s slums by a special police force known as the FAES. Wednesday the AFP published a follow-up on this story that reveals the death toll has climbed to over 800. SEE ALSO: It’s … Read More

11,000 Experts Propose Final Solution To Global Warming: Just Kill Billions Of People

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Over 40 years ago, scientists from 50 nations pivoted on a longstanding “global cooling” thesis that was going to blanket the earth in ice, and instead adopted what was then called the “CO2-climate problem” which would lead to theories on … Read More

Venezuela refugee crisis: ‘we are beginning to see outbreaks of xenophobia’

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Social stability in Latin America is at risk under the pressure of Venezuelan refugees. More than 4 and a half million people have left the country and the flow continues to grow dramatically as the political crisis has not been … Read More

Chaos in Ecuador as protesters ransack govt buildings, clash with police as military restricts movement throughout country

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©  Reuters / Ivan Alvarado Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno has declared a curfew and sent in troops to force protesters off the streets of the capital Quito. He also agreed to assess the cancellation of fuel subsidies that had triggered … Read More

Venezuela denies entry to Guatemalan president-elect, scuppering meeting with opposition leader

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CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelan authorities on Saturday denied Guatemala’s president-elect Alejandro Giammattei entry into Venezuela, where he was scheduled to meet with opposition leader Juan Guaido. Giammattei, a conservative who won the Central American country’s presidency in August, landed at … Read More

Pakistan warns world of grave consequences of Kashmir crisis

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* US senators say danger of a ‘miscalculation’ is always there if tensions between Pakistan and India escalate * Call upon India to afford similar transparency as Pakistan offered them in Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Imran Khan on … Read More

As global leaders meet, the Amazon rainforest burns

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Firefighters in the Brazilian Amazon basin state of Mato Grosso battle a forest blaze in the municipality of Sorriso The fires that burned through the Amazon rainforest last month sparked international outcry and offers of help, but as world leaders … Read More

Our world is increasingly complex and fast-moving – global organizations must optimize to survive in the face of disruption

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The theme for this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos is ‘Globalization 4.0 – Shaping a global architecture in the age of the fourth industrial revolution’. That may sound like a daunting challenge for business and world leaders, but … Read More

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