A ‘good amount’ of Venezuela’s millions of fleeing migrants won’t ever return, UN envoy says

Those who’ve fled report more signs of backlash in host countries of Colombia, Peru Venezuelan migrants arrive at immigration control in Tumbes, Peru, on June 14. Over four million have fled Venezuela amid the political and economic turmoil in the … Read More

Maduro Threatens to Arm More Civilians to Suppress Opposition

As new opposition protests begin in Venezuela, the dictator announced that he would arm more than 300,000 Chavista militants. The Bolivarian Militia is made up of civilian Chavistas of all ages and without any training (Minpet). As new opposition protests … Read More

How immigration became Britain’s most toxic political issue

Over 20 years, the debate about freedom of movement has become skewed by a hostile narrative. Few chance encounters have had a greater political impact than Gordon Brown’s fateful meeting with Gillian Duffy on an April morning in Rochdale in … Read More

Toll rises in Australian wildfires with more danger ahead

The death toll for wildfires raging across Australia’s most populous state has risen to four as authorities warn of worsening conditions to come. This NASA Modis satellite image provided by Maxar shows smoke from wildfires burning in New South Wales, … Read More

7.1-magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia

A 7.1-magnitude quake struck the area near Ternate city of North Maluku province of Indonesia early November 15. Jakarta (VNA) – A 7.1-magnitude quake struck the area near Ternate city of North Maluku province of Indonesia early November 15. The US Geological Survey (USGS) reported … Read More

On Veterans Day, 8 unforgettable photos of Americans returning from war

There’s pride, joy, and relief in their faces. New Yorkers hang out their windows on Sept. 10, 1919, to watch a victory parade down Fifth Avenue after the end of World War I. (National World War I Museum and Memorial) … Read More

Supreme Court hears case on DACA

WASHINGTON (SBG) – Outside the Supreme Court Tuesday, protests erupted, as the nine justices heard oral arguments in a case that could determine the future for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. In a memorandum issued by then-Secretary of … Read More

As Europe shuts out migrants, activists are pushing back

Europeans are uniting to defend migrants’ rights at the grassroots, developing “translocal” campaigns. In July, a nondescript blue vessel drifting along the Italian coast became the latest flashpoint in Europe’s “migration crisis.” For the people on board, mostly from African … Read More

China warned of ‘substantial’ trade war tariff increases by US President Donald Trump if deal is not reached

In a speech in New York, the US president reiterates that scheduled 15 percent tariffs will be imposed on December 15 if a deal is not reached Interim agreement expected to include a US pledge to scrap tariffs scheduled for … Read More

Joe Biden Repeatedly Asked Federal Agencies To Do What His Son’s Lobbying Clients Wanted

When do ‘coincidences’ become sheer corruption? News of Hunter Biden profiting from his father’s political activity is becoming an endless saga that has yet to genuinely interest our media who claim “democracy dies in darkness.” The latest set of coincidences, … Read More

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