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Child soldiers… a deadly game
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Child soldiers… a deadly game

More than 300,000 children worldwide are recruited and become victims of armed conflict.  Their innocence means that they are easy to manipulate and control.  They are treated as soldiers, spies, ammunition porters or as sexual objects. . Ramón Alabau . “The girls were also raped by Al Shabab.  One of […]

Rights and legal reform
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Rights and legal reform

The new legalisation establishes cuts in social spending which will have repercussions on the most vulnerable sector of society. Immigrants should know about certain measures which they can take to ensure that their worker’s and human rights are not violated.   The austerity measures imposed by European governments regarding cuts […]

Corsica… A new gangland?
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Corsica… A new gangland?

The beaches of France’s “île de beauté,” or “isle of beauty,” have been stained red by the blood of murder victims. The tiny island with the highest per- capita murder rate in Europe   Angela Smith   France takes pride in the picturesque, Mediterranean island of Corsica, which generates millions […]

Alan García
Globe Latin America

The unpunished corruption in Peru

Of Peru’s various presidents during the last 30 years, one is currently serving a prison sentence for corruption and two more are under investigation accused of the same.  Only two former leaders, now deceased, are regarded as true examples of honesty. Manuel Robles Sosa Only the former leaders, Fernando Belaúnde […]