Thousands of civilians are fleeing Hodeidah, Yemen, after hundreds were killed in the Saudi-led coalition’s bombing campaign to take the strategic Yemeni port away from Houthi rebels.
Civil & Human Rights
Fifty years after Martin Luther King called for a march to Washington, D.C., to draw attention to poverty in America, the Poor People’s Campaign is being revived. Led by the Rev. William Barber, marches from across the nation will again head to the nation’s capital on June 23.
Three US senators have called on the Pentagon to immediately reveal the extent of US military support to the Saudi-led coalition that launched an attack on the key port city of Hodeidah, a last humanitarian lifeline in Yemen.
Police in Kansas City, MO are facing tough questions after shooting and killing three people in less than an hour.
Police in Polk County, Iowa, have arrested 11 people involved in a pedophile ring at Disney World and Legoland as part of a “Guardians of Innocence II” sting.
The head of the Chechen Republic has ordered a universal DNA test to help identify and retrieve Russian children who had been taken to terrorist-control territories in the Middle East.
Over the last month, the Israeli military has shot over 500 Palestinians in the head for peacefully protesting in the Gaza Strip.
In its latest ruling, the Supreme Court made the fight against workplace sexual harassment even more difficult.
An Israeli general has confirmed that when snipers stationed along Israel’s boundary with Gaza shoot at children, they are doing so deliberately, under clear and specific orders.
Whether or not the protesters in Gaza The only legitimate struggle for Palestinians, it seems, is keeping quiet, allowing their lands to be plundered, and their children to be starved.