Daily Archives: October 25, 2016

UK | Child refugees in Turkey making clothes for UK shops

Syrian refugee children have been making clothes for British shoppers, an undercover BBC investigation has found.

Panorama investigated factories in Turkey and found children had been working on clothes for Marks and Spencer and the online retailer Asos.

USA | Kremlin In Turmoil After Clinton Foundation CEO Requests “Urgent And Immediate” Asylum

An extraordinary Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today says this morning President Putin was “officially presented” with a Main Directorate for Migration Affairs (GUVM) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) “file for review” relating to a request for “urgent and immediate” political asylum requested by an American citizen named Eric Braverman—who was the former CEO of the Clinton Foundation, and is known as the man who can expose “The Real Hillary Clinton Scandal.

Venezuela: Chavistas Storm National Assembly in Protest at Impeachment Attempt

By Rachael Boothroyd Rojas

Caracas, October 23rd 2016 (venezuelanalysis.com) – Violence erupted at Venezuela’s legislature on Sunday, after crowds of government supporters stormed past security in protest at what they are calling an impeachment attempt against Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro.

Italy | Florence: An Updated Uffizi Is Unveiled

FLORENCE: If awards were given out among Italy’s art-rich museums, the Uffizi Gallery here would certainly vie for the greatest-hits prize, with such an abundant collection of Renaissance artworks that visitors often bypass seminal paintings in their rush to gawk at people pleasers like Botticelli’s “Spring” or “Birth of Venus.”