Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Dexter Actor Launches T-Shirts for Bangladeshi Coastal Communities

The American actor Michael C Hall, most known for his role as the psychopath killer analyst in the critically acclaimed show Dexter, has received glowing feedback for his support of Bangladesh. The actor has launched a limited edition T-shirt line...

Last Chance for G20 To Save Global Education Funds?

  Campaigners are gearing up for next month’s G20 summit meeting which they believe will be crucial in gaining desperately needed funding for schools in the poorest corners of the world. Aid funding fell between 2009 and 2015, from 10% to...

Nicki Minaj Revealed to be Quietly Donating to Indian Village

Pop rapper Nicki Minaj surprised fans and critics alike when she posted to Instagram about a small Indian village which she has been secretly donating to. As it turns out Minaj, 34, has been donating to an unnamed Indian village,...

YouCanFreeUs – International Anti-Human Trafficking Organization Starts Operations in the UK

YouCanFreeUs is an international human rights organization that is fighting human trafficking around the world through advocacy, rescue and rehabilitation. YouCanFree.Us rescues women and children out of slavery and commercial sexual exploitation, provides24/7 360 long-term psychosocial care and holistic...

Fyre Festival Goes Down in Flames

It was supposed to be the festival of a lifetime. Organised by hip hop artist Ja Rule, Fyre Festival was advertised as a music festival held on an island in the Bahamas and boasting luxury accommodation, food and entertainment. Tickets...

Coventry University graduate working to turn young people away from terrorism across West Africa...

  A Coventry University graduate devoted to tackling terrorism has spoken about how he stopped a young man joining ISIS with just hours to spare. Mutaru Mumuni Muqthar, a graduate of Coventry’s International Terrorism masters course, has already helped at least...

David Cameron visits Bangladesh to attend ‘Global Challenges in 2017’

Friday 28th April 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh Former British Prime Minister, David Cameron, arrived in Dhaka on 26th April, on a two-day visit to Bangladesh. He met with Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, and termed Bangladesh a “shining example”. The event marked...

Saudi Arabia to Build World’s First Entertainment City

Saudi Arabia has revealed plans for an entertainment city on the outer skirts of Riyadh, boasting that it will be 50x the size of Gibraltar, or roughly the same size as Las Vegas. As well as entertainment, the city complex...

Could Ayurveda be the Key to the NHS Crisis?

  The 1st and 2nd of April 2017 saw a large international congress attended by health leaders, government ministers from around the world and UK MP's held in London  in order to address healthcare challenges and posit possible Ayuvedic solutions. Against...

TATA Group Talks top of Agenda for Street

TATA Group talks top of the agenda for Street during India and Pakistan visit. Conservative candidate for West Midlands Mayor Andy Street has met with senior representatives from Jaguar Land Rover parent company Tata Group. Fresh from the announcement that...