Mission Impossible: How Did Carlos Ghosn Fool Japanese Authorities and Flee the Country?

2020 has just started, but we already have a story that seems it deserves to be made into a Hollywood movie and would be discussed by lovers of conspiracy theories for a long time – how did ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn flee Japan when he was being monitored by Japanese law enforcement round-the-clock? The 65-year-old, … Continue reading “Mission Impossible: How Did Carlos Ghosn Fool Japanese Authorities and Flee the Country?”

Le passé n’a pas disparu

Antisémitisme. Voici une traduction française de la brochure The past didn’t go anywhere… écrite en 2007 par April Rosenblum, une juive américaine. On trouve qu’elle aborde d’une façon accessible, claire et évocatrice différents aspects de l’antisémitisme. L’auteure relie les expériences historiques avec la situation actuelle, en soulignant les continuités. Ce texte met en évidence des … Continue reading “Le passé n’a pas disparu”

Face à la répression : on est pas tout·e seul·e

Le samedi 25 janvier à Genève, rencontre et discussion avec l’Action Antifasciste Paris-Banlieue autour de la répression policière et étatique en France. Face à cette tentative de récupération et aux agressions physiques contre des syndicalistes et des membres d’organisations de gauche, des militant.e.s antifascistes se sont organisé.e.s afin d’expulser les bandes fascistes des mobilisations. Suite … Continue reading “Face à la répression : on est pas tout·e seul·e”

Soudan : crise au Darfour, Hemidti et Abdalla Hamdok se dépêchent sur les lieux

Les affrontements qui ont eu lieu entre plusieurs tribus dimanche à Al Geneina au Darfour ont fait plus de 40 morts, selon les chiffres officiels. Ces violences ont débuté entre membres des tribus arabe et Massalit. La situation s’est empirée avec l’intervention des milices arabes qui ont attaqué un camp de déplacés Massalit. Plusieurs maisons … Continue reading “Soudan : crise au Darfour, Hemidti et Abdalla Hamdok se dépêchent sur les lieux”

How Low Can You Go?

This writer has always been told, since childhood, that I was a ‘funny guy’. I was, and is, able to bring humor to everyday occurrences. Having attempted at times to do ‘Stand Up comedy’ way back when, the thought of … The post How Low Can You Go? appeared first on Global Research.

Death Toll Rises in India as Protests Against Modi Government’s Citizenship Law Intensify

In India, the death toll amid the government’s crackdown on widespread protests has risen to at least 27 people, and over 1,000 more have been arrested. The protests are against a controversial new citizenship law, which provides a path to Indian citizenship for undocumented immigrants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan — unless they are Muslim. … Continue reading “Death Toll Rises in India as Protests Against Modi Government’s Citizenship Law Intensify”

Failure of Trump-Kim Dialogue: North Korea to Continue Developing Strategic Nuclear Weapons and Missiles

In remarks during Pyongyang’s yearend Plenary Meeting, Kim Jong-un said his government will continue development of strategic weapons because of US hostility toward the country, adding he’ll no longer be bound by an ICBM test moratorium. Pyongyang’s KCNA news agency … The post Failure of Trump-Kim Dialogue: North Korea to Continue Developing Strategic Nuclear Weapons … Continue reading “Failure of Trump-Kim Dialogue: North Korea to Continue Developing Strategic Nuclear Weapons and Missiles”

“The Genocidal Regime Is Still in Power”: Assad Forces Push into Idlib, Last Rebel Stronghold

The United Nations says a quarter of a million people have fled the Russian-backed Syrian government offensive in the northwestern province of Idlib. Aid groups are now warning the offensive in Idlib could become the worst humanitarian crisis in the nine-year war in Syria. Nearly 200,000 Syrian civilians have fled toward the Turkish border as … Continue reading ““The Genocidal Regime Is Still in Power”: Assad Forces Push into Idlib, Last Rebel Stronghold”

The West’s Present “Misconduct” Has a Long History. America’s Proclivity for War

One of the persistent themes of western political leaders is that they support the notion of “the rule of law”. By this they generally mean the system of law as developed by western nations, and in the international context the … The post The West’s Present “Misconduct” Has a Long History. America’s Proclivity for War … Continue reading “The West’s Present “Misconduct” Has a Long History. America’s Proclivity for War”

Could a “New Civil War” Erupt in Iraq as U.S. and Iran Fight for Influence in the Country?

In Iraq, Iran-backed militia members withdrew from the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad’s heavily guarded Green Zone on Wednesday after being tear-gassed by American security forces. Their withdrawal ended a tense standoff that began Tuesday when militia members broke through the embassy’s reception area chanting “Death to America” while thousands rallied outside to protest a slew … Continue reading “Could a “New Civil War” Erupt in Iraq as U.S. and Iran Fight for Influence in the Country?”

Canada, Israel and the UN Security Council

Canadian activists have compiled a study of Canada’s 2019 voting record at the United Nations on resolutions [see list below] that document and censure Israeli violations of international law. There was much fanfare made about Canada’s orphan “yes” vote at … The post Canada, Israel and the UN Security Council appeared first on Global Research.

The UN Predicted Gaza Would be “Unliveable” by 2020. Israel’s Deliberate Plan to “Destroy Life” in Palestine?

While revelers around the world are making new year’s resolutions for 2020, in the Gaza Strip, a different kind of assessment is taking place as Palestinians try to determine whether, or how, they can survive the next 10 years. In … The post The UN Predicted Gaza Would be “Unliveable” by 2020. Israel’s Deliberate Plan … Continue reading “The UN Predicted Gaza Would be “Unliveable” by 2020. Israel’s Deliberate Plan to “Destroy Life” in Palestine?”

Trump Regime Torture and Abuse of Chelsea Manning

In March 2019, Manning was  imprisoned for invoking her constitutional right of silence. She courageously refused to be part of the Trump regime’s effort to frame and imprison Julian Assange longterm for the “crime” of truth-telling investigative journalism the way … The post Trump Regime Torture and Abuse of Chelsea Manning appeared first on Global … Continue reading “Trump Regime Torture and Abuse of Chelsea Manning”

Israel Demolishes Newly Built Houses of Palestinian Families on New Year’s Day

Israeli forces demolished two houses 0n Wednesday belonging to Palestinian families in the Silwan neighbourhood of occupied East Jerusalem, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque. After two years of construction, the al-Khalialeh families had made ready their houses to move into … The post Israel Demolishes Newly Built Houses of Palestinian Families on New Year’s Day appeared first … Continue reading “Israel Demolishes Newly Built Houses of Palestinian Families on New Year’s Day”

Selected Articles: Israel’s Deliberate Plan to “Destroy Life” in Palestine?

Every day of 2019 we have provided you with articles that report, break down and analyze the pressing issues of our times by authors from all over the globe. We have kept access to the site free of charge so … The post Selected Articles: Israel’s Deliberate Plan to “Destroy Life” in Palestine? appeared first on … Continue reading “Selected Articles: Israel’s Deliberate Plan to “Destroy Life” in Palestine?”

Palestinians Decry ICC Prosecutor’s Delay of Israeli War Crimes Investigation

In a significant development for Israeli accountability, Fatou Bensouda, chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), seeks to launch an investigation into war crimes committed in Palestine. But she has established an unnecessary and politically suspect condition to … The post Palestinians Decry ICC Prosecutor’s Delay of Israeli War Crimes Investigation appeared first on … Continue reading “Palestinians Decry ICC Prosecutor’s Delay of Israeli War Crimes Investigation”

UN launches biggest dialogue platform on world’s future

London, Jan. 2, 2020 (AltAfrica)-The United Nations has launched what it calls the “biggest global conversation on the world’s future” known as UN75 dialogues. The initiative is a “global reality check” to spark conversations around building a better future for all, the organisation said in a statement on Thursday. READ ALSO: AFRICA’S WEALTHIEST MAN, ALIKO … Continue reading “UN launches biggest dialogue platform on world’s future”

Africa’s wealthiest man, Aliko Dangote enters new year $4.3bn richer

London, Jan. 2, 2020 (AltAfrica)-Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, became $4.3 billion richer in 2019 as his fortune continued to grow on the back of investments in cement, flour and sugar. READ ALSO: FORMER MD, NIGERIAN RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AGENCY, DAMILOLA OGUNBIYI STARTS TOP UN JOB The 62-year-old Nigerian businessman and Africa’s most prominent industrialist ended … Continue reading “Africa’s wealthiest man, Aliko Dangote enters new year $4.3bn richer”

Manuel du parfait soldat

Le 10 janvier 2007, le président George W. Bush a daigné réagir au rapport du groupe d’étude sur l’Irak, présidé par MM. James Baker et Lee Hamilton, et composé de responsables américains bien plus sages et expérimentés que lui. Il a rejeté sans ménagement la recommandation principale du rapport : la (…) / États-Unis, Irak, … Continue reading “Manuel du parfait soldat”

Le Parlement turc autorise un déploiement armé en Libye

La probabilité d’une intervention militaire turque en Libye grandit : ce 2 janvier, les députés turcs ont adopté à une grande majorité (325 pour et 184 contre) une motion permettant au chef de l’Etat turc Recep Erdogan de procéder à l’envoi de militaires pour soutenir le Gouvernement d’union nationale (GNA) face aux forces de l’homme fort de l’est … Continue reading “Le Parlement turc autorise un déploiement armé en Libye”

Discussion sur la privatisation des aéroports de Paris

En juin 2019, 248 parlementaires ont demandé l’organisation d’un référendum d’initiative partagé à propos de la privatisation des Aéroports de Paris.Cette procédure qui fait partie de la constitution depuis 2008 ne bénéficie d’aucune communication officielle de la part du Gouvernement.  Un collectif comprenant 11 organisations (associations,partis politiques, syndicats et gilets jaunes ) s’est constitué sur … Continue reading “Discussion sur la privatisation des aéroports de Paris”

Fires caused well over €15 million in New Year’s property damage

Damage to private property caused this past New Year’s Eve in the Netherlands is expected to reach roughly 15 million euros, but the estimated value is expected rise higher when the extend of damage to commercial property is included. The cost estimate from the Dutch Association of Insurers, which does not include medical expenses due to fireworks-related injuries, … Continue reading “Fires caused well over €15 million in New Year’s property damage”

Getting Forgetful? 7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Memory Naturally

Growing up, I had to munch on four almonds before eating anything else. “Almonds improve your memory,” my mum would say, and that was that. And of course, my excellent exam results were the best proof of her unshakeable belief in the superpower of the oval-shaped edible seed. Well, she wasn’t entirely wrong. Almonds are … Continue reading “Getting Forgetful? 7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Memory Naturally”

US Military Bases in Turkey and Qatar May be Removed for Security Reasons

The US government has long faced a dilemma in dealing with Turkey and Qatar, who pose as partners on the global stage. The US has maintained relations with both while being increasingly concerned with their malign behavior. Both support the … The post US Military Bases in Turkey and Qatar May be Removed for Security … Continue reading “US Military Bases in Turkey and Qatar May be Removed for Security Reasons”

“Le Guide du Queutard” (GduQ) : guide pour trouver facilement des plans sexe gratuits

GUIDE / SEXE – “Le Guide du Queutard”, abrégé “GduQ”, est un nouveau guide qui permet de trouver les meilleurs lieux en Europe où trouver quelqu’un pour avoir des relations sexuelles facilement et gratuitement. 1ère de couverture du premier guide “Guide du Queutard” édition 2020, guide des meilleurs endroits où trouver des plans sexe gratuits … Continue reading ““Le Guide du Queutard” (GduQ) : guide pour trouver facilement des plans sexe gratuits”

Syndicats, Gilets jaunes… Action coup de poing des opposants à la réforme des retraites à Paris

Des grévistes et activistes ont battu de nouveau le pavé en début d’après-midi du 2 janvier à Paris, du quartier de Châtelet à l’opéra Garnier, dans le cadre d’une action coup de poing contre la réforme des retraites portée par le gouvernement. Une action qui s’inscrivait dans une mobilisation de plus de cinq semaines. Action coup de poing … Continue reading “Syndicats, Gilets jaunes… Action coup de poing des opposants à la réforme des retraites à Paris”

Un juge belge suspend la procédure de remise à Madrid de Carles Puigdemont

Le juge belge ayant engagé la procédure de remise à l’Espagne du responsable indépendantiste catalan Carles Puigdemont estime que ce dernier bénéficie d’une immunité en tant qu’eurodéputé et a décidé de suspendre le dossier, a annoncé ce 2 janvier un avocat de l’ex-président catalan. Me Simon Bekaert, joint par l’AFP, a expliqué que Toni Comin, … Continue reading “Un juge belge suspend la procédure de remise à Madrid de Carles Puigdemont”

Interpellation musclée d’un motard : Gérard Filoche traite la BAC de «graine de nazis»

Un internaute, motocycliste, visiblement habitué à filmer ses sorties à deux roues avant de les poster sur YouTube, a publié le 1er janvier sur les réseaux sociaux une vidéo montrant sa rencontre avec un équipage de police à Paris de nuit, à une date inconnue. Dans un extrait qui a été abondamment relayé sur les réseaux sociaux, on peut voir … Continue reading “Interpellation musclée d’un motard : Gérard Filoche traite la BAC de «graine de nazis»”

Répression contre les grévistes. Deux grévistes à terre après un matraquage de la police

Violente charge contre les grévistes qui voulaient manifester en face du siège de LREM à Paris à l’appel de la Coordination SNCF-RATP. Deux blessés et au moins trois interpellés. Les manifestants sont toujours nassés. La coordination RATP-SNCF Île-de-France avait appelé à une action coup de poing symbolique ce jeudi devant le siège de LREM pour … Continue reading “Répression contre les grévistes. Deux grévistes à terre après un matraquage de la police”

Les Gilets jaunes bloquent l’entrée de l’usine Bolloré

« Grève, blocages, manifs sauvages ». C’est la stratégie suivie par le mouvement social depuis plusieurs semaines. Dans le pays de Quimper, cela s’est traduit par des opérations coup de poing devant des sites emblématiques. Ce jeudi […] L’article Les Gilets jaunes bloquent l’entrée de l’usine Bolloré est apparu en premier sur GJ Magazine.