Summit Kim-Trump: The World is looking at them

Summit Kim-Trump: The World is looking at them

The Dear Leader of Pyongyang traveled on a Boeing 747, loan from the Chinese leader Xi Jinping. A few hours later the American president Donald Trump landed too. The historic summit is scheduled for Tuesday. It could last “one, two or three days”, according to the head of the White... Continua »
Ethiopia ready to fully implement the peace treaty with Eritrea

Ethiopia ready to fully implement the peace treaty with Eritrea

Finally some good news from the Horn of Africa, for all my Abyssinian friends. Ethiopia has announced that it will completely accept the terms of the peace agreement signed with Ethiopia in 2000: up until now the country had never consented to recognize the borders with Eritrea as traced by... Continua »
Violence against Religious Minorities in India never stops

Violence against Religious Minorities in India never stops

In December, 32 priests and seminarians were punished to sit on cold floor throughout night in police lock up in Satna, Madhya Pradesh. A Hindu extremist neo-nazi group known as “Bajrangi Dal” halt them for singing Christmas carols. That Hindu group burnt their car and forcefully took them to the... Continua »
China, government sends officials to spy Muslim houses

China, government sends officials to spy Muslim houses

Continue the war of China against Islamic fundamentalism and the Uyghurs are back in the crosshairs. The Xinjiang minority is now forced to periodically host Chinese government officials. The officials have only one purpose: to question the members of the family on their political and religious ideas to understand if... Continua »
Korea is one!

Korea is one!

Photostory of a day that changed history, 27th April 2018:     Source: KimJongUn.it   Touching video here with italian... Continua »
Aisha: the badass nigerian woman hunting for Boko Haram militants

Aisha: the badass nigerian woman hunting for Boko Haram militants

Since the dawn of humanity, hunters have roamed the forests and savannahs of Africa. Fast forward to the 21st century, and there is no big game left in northeastern Nigeria. Artillery fire exchanged between Boko Haram fighters and the Nigerian military has scared the animals away. Now, hunters track and capture rebel fighters. Feared for... Continua »