Africa

Mental Health sufferers in right to die claim

By Abdul Karim Mental Health sufferers take to the courts for right to die As more and more countries around the world contemplate legalising the right to die for sufferers of incurable physical conditions such as ‘locked in syndrome’. For many the right to a painless and dignified death is…




The young racists trying to ‘cleanse Europe’

By Zakiya Afzani The young racists trying to ‘cleanse Europe’ Generation Identity is what they call themselves. Made up of mainly 20-something tech-savvy members, the “Identitarian” movement has been described as the hipster right. Fiercely anti-immigration, anti-Humanitarian-aid and anti-Muslim, its aim is to stop migration to Europe. With headquarters in Austria…


Qatar Crisis | Blockade deepens

By Zakiya Afzani  Qatar Crisis |Blockade deepens Restrictions on Qatar will continue after the nation rejected the ultimatum made by the international community,  Saudi Arabia told Al-Sahawat Times in Cairo, Egypt. The foreign ministers of four Arab countries, meeting in Cairo, said they regretted Qatar’s “negative” response to their list…



Germany enters Qatar Crisis talks and warns of war

By Aisha Butt  Germany has entered the Qatar-Crisis talks with warnings against escalating towards war German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has warned that the ever intensifying crisis between Qatar and its Arab neighbors of the Gulf region could end in war.   Gabriel said in comments published yesterday that there was…


Qatar crisis grows as Arab world isolates Qatar

By Rashid Al Saud  Qatar left isolated as crisis deepens Egypt is just one of the latest countries to close it’s airspace to Qatari planes in a growing diplomatic row, with Saudi Arabia and Bahrain expected to do the same today. Several countries have cut ties with Qatar, accusing it…