This week on War News Radio, clashes between Ukrainian security forces and pro-Russian activists, the sentencing of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, armed gunmen stormed a United Nations peacekeeping base in South Sudan, and more.
This week on War News Radio, Pro-Russian demonstrators seize government buildings in Ukraine, Israeli/Palestinian peace talks face more barriers, car bombs in Syria and Iraq continue to threaten civilian populations, Kenyan authorities arrest over 3,000 Somalis in a security crackdown, and more.
This week on War News Radio, “Changing Perspectives.” First, we learn how the mainstream American media has sensationalized mass shootings and normalized urban gun violence. Next, we hear a satirical report of the news from our "Fillabusted" segment. Finally, we hear from Ukrainian citizens and expats about the upcoming elections, internal tensions, and uneasy relationship with the Russian Federation. Stay with us.
This week on War News Radio, Ukrainian military forces leave Crimea, an Egyptian court sentences to death 529 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, a pro-government militia kills 151 rebels in the Darfur region of Sudan, North Korea launches two medium-range ballistic missiles, and more.
This week on War News Radio, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty annexing Crimea, Israeli air forces fired on Syrian military bases, international talks continued over Iran’s nuclear program, and more.
Sex trafficking is a widespread problem for women and girls in Iraq. For sex trafficking victims, currently their voice is silenced under the law, society typically views them as prostitutes, and limited social resources exist once they are free. War News Radio’s Sabrina Merold spoke to Sherizaan Minwala, an expert on the sex trafficking of women and girls in Iraq about how honor codes predispose women to become victims of sex-trafficking, why combatting sex-trafficking is not a priority in Iraq, and what could be done to change sex trafficking in the Iraqi legal system and in society.
WARNING: this piece contains discussions of rape.
This week on War News Radio, “Control and Conflict.” First, we learn more about the origins of the conflicts in Ukraine and Venezuela. Next, we interview two anti-war activists about their role in the 1971 FBI break-in in Media, Pennsylvania. Then, we hear from a Swarthmore student about her experiences studying abroad in the Middle East. Finally, we talk to an expert about the problem of sex trafficking in Iraq. Stay with us.
This week on War News Radio, missiles fired by North Korea, rebels killed by Syrian armed forces, anti-government protests in Ukraine, an attack on a medical facility in South Sudan, anti-government protests in Venezuela, and more.
This week on War News Radio, anti-government protests in Ukraine, suicide bombings in Beirut, the leader of Venezuela’s anti-government Popular Will party turned himself in to government authorities, a riot at an Australian immigration detention center in Papua New Guinea, and more.
This week on War News Radio, anti-government protests in Venezuela, protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the first direct talks between Taiwan and China since the states split after the 1949 civil war, a military transport plane crash in Algeria, Russia’s rejection of a United States backed draft resolution for humanitarian aid to Syria, and more.