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OPINION: Greece, the Punching Ball of Germany

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

ROME, May 11 (IPS) - Greece is again in the media, because a new negotiation is due between the embattled country and its creditors. The North-South divide of Europe is coming back with force (while the East-West relationship is increasingly looking as beyond repair). The German minister of Finance, Wolfgang Schäuble , has come back with his peculiar view of the economy as a branch of moral and ethical discipline, and not as a reading of reality. He has asked the Greeks "to not get distracted" by the refugees crisis, and not forget their primary task, which is to pay their debt. The request is to cut 2% of the Gross National Product; in case there will not be a 3.5% budget surplus within 2018.

Mass Migration, EU, European Nationalisms

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Antwerp, Alfaz, May 11 (IPS) - We are dealing with mass migration, basically into EU, and European nationalisms, many in favor of exits from the EU.

Why this mass migration, maybe to the point of Völkerwanderung, mainly into EU–but then what kind of EU–and why the European nationalisms now found one way or the other in many member states?

Kenyan Refugee Camp Closures will have Disastrous Consequences

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

UNITED NATIONS, May 11 (IPS) - The Kenyan government's decision to close its refugee camps will have disastrous consequences and must be reconsidered, international organisations have stated.

UN Releases Plan to Increase Refugee Responsibility Sharing

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

UNITED NATIONS, May 10 (IPS) - The UN wants to create a new Global Compact to encourage countries to share the responsibility for hosting the 19 million refugees who have fled their home countries.

Is the System Broke or Broken?

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

UNITED NATIONS, May 04 (IPS) - Though the upcoming World Humanitarian Summit may seem timely, it brings up many questions about the world humanitarian system; is it broke or broken?

Free Press a Casualty of Pakistan's Terror War

Monday, May 02, 2016

PESHAWAR, May 02 (IPS) - Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) is widely viewed as one of the world's most dangerous places to be a journalist, with at least 14 killed since 2005 and a dozen of those cases still unsolved, according to local and international groups.

Opinion: Unnoticed, We Are Close to Destruction of Our Planet

Thursday, April 21, 2016

ROME, Apr 21 (IPS) - On the 17th of April, Italians were called to vote in a national referendum, on the extension of licenses to extract petrol and gas from the seas. The government, the media and those in the economic circles, all took a position against the referendum, claiming that 2000 jobs were at a stake. The proponents of the referendum (among them five regions), lost. Italy is following a consistent trend, after the Summit on Climate Change (Paris December 2015), in which all countries (Italy included) took a solemn engagement to reduce emissions.

The Unknown Fate of Thousands of Abducted Women and Girls in Nigeria

Friday, April 15, 2016

, Apr 15 (IPS) - The plight of 219 Chibok schoolgirls abducted two years ago is all too common in Nigeria's conflict-affected north-eastern communities, and up to 7,000 women and girls might be living in abduction and sex slavery, senior United Nations officials on 14 April 2016 warned.

OPINION: Wake Up! We Need Statesman and Values but We Get Selfish Politicians and Cynicsm..

Friday, April 15, 2016

ROME, Apr 15 (IPS) - A total indifference has accompanied the number of refugees injured by Macedonian police in Idomeni, where more than 12 000 people, including 4 000 children have been trapped, since Austria asked Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia, to prevent the continuing passage of refugees. Austria has now informed the Italian government that it will send several hundred troops to its border with Italy.

Desert Locust Invading Yemen, More Arab States

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

CAIRO, Apr 13 (IPS) - Now that Yemenis begin to hope that their year-long armed conflict may come to an end as a result of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the United Nations sponsored round of talks between the parties in dispute, scheduled on 18 April in Kuwait, a new threat to their already desperate humanitarian crisis has just appeared in the form of a much feared massive desert locust invasion.

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