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As previously reported by Open Source Investigation, Sweden has seen a massive increase of crimes in the last couple of years, with several areas around the country reportedly being “no-go zones” for the authorities. This wave of gang violence has not decreased at all since our last article – in fact, only in the last… Continue reading

Little can be said about the recent social developments that are in motion in some of the most populous regions in Sweden. Most of us grew up with the idea that this Nordic state, one of the most powerful economy on the European continent, represented the stability and the prosperity we all strive for in… Continue reading

Nana Akufo Addo publicly expressed his great admiration for Charles Taylor’s “sense of statesmanship and patriotism”. After saving him in Ghana, Akufo Addo continued to vehemently oppose to Taylor’s arrest, defying the US- and UN- backed Special War Crimes Court for Sierra Leone. Akufo Addo snubbed the Interpol and announced that he is strongly against… Continue reading

On 3 June 2003, the Liberian presidential plane landed on Accra airport. One of the world’s most vicious leaders, Liberia’s President Charles Taylor arrived in Ghana at the head of a 62-member delegation. Taylor, the principal backer of Sierra Leone RUF rebels who gained a reputation for atrocity by hacking off civilians’ limbs, was in… Continue reading

On 10th of February 2016, an Egyptian court acquitted former Information Minister Anas el-Fiqqi. It was the latest ruling to clear prominent official from ex-president Hosni Mubarak’s era. Several officials from Mubarak’s government have recently been acquitted of graft charges, including former Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif, former Interior Minister Habib el-Adly and Mubarak’s party secretary… Continue reading