Rumors of ‘CHILD MILITIA’ in Atlanta are fake news – National Guard

The rumors of child militia being deployed in Georgia are fake news, National Guard says. Videos of a line of guards, appearing to be ahem, somewhat vertically challenged, did the rounds on social media. Users were aghast that the National Guard would use child soldiers to control the protests. Well, The National Guard of Georgia … Read more Rumors of ‘CHILD MILITIA’ in Atlanta are fake news – National Guard

Dracula Untold | Vlad’s Vampires vs. the Ottoman Army

Who would win in a fight, Vlad the Impaler (newly named Count Dracula) and his army of vampires, or Sultan Mehmed II and the Ottoman Empire? Find out in Dracula Untold’s thrilling final battle! Buy/Rent Dracula Untold! Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Dracula-Untold-Luke-Evans/dp/B00RW1J72C/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/dracula-untold/id921386678 YouTube Movies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pg6aeOTuM8M Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/Dracula_Untold?id=Pg6aeOTuM8M&hl=en_US Fandango Now: https://www.fandangonow.com/details/movie/dracula-untold-2014/MMV7D00D199E90DBBF5EC3651A8A9F8B9124 VUDU: https://www.vudu.com/content/movies/details/Dracula-Untold/598336 Universal Pictures Home … Read more Dracula Untold | Vlad’s Vampires vs. the Ottoman Army

DR Congo warlord Thomas Lubanga released from prison

The first man to be convicted by the International Criminal Court has been released from prison. Supporters gathered outside the jail in the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to greet Thomas Lubanga Dyilo. He was found guilty of recruiting child soldiers to fight in the second Congo war in 2012. Al Jazeera’s … Read more DR Congo warlord Thomas Lubanga released from prison

Film show: Two empowered feminist films to watch for International Women’s Day

Critic Emma Jones speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s film news, including two worthwhile watches for International Women’s Day: first, Marjane Satrapi’s biopic “Radioactive” about the life of Marie Curie, starring Rosamund Pike and Sam Riley; then, the inspiring documentary “Woman”, from Ukrainian director Anastasia Mikova and French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand. They also chat about Pixar’s … Read more Film show: Two empowered feminist films to watch for International Women’s Day

Will South Sudan’s latest peace deal last? I Inside Story

‘Peace is finally here’ – that’s the promise from South Sudan’s president Salva Kiir after signing the latest power-sharing agreement with his rival. Riek Machar has, once again, been sworn in as vice president. Their rivalry triggered a civil war that’s killed at least 400-thousand people and displaced millions. Both sides are accused of recruiting … Read more Will South Sudan’s latest peace deal last? I Inside Story

Does war change our DNA? – Professor Peter Pregelj

The impact of war and terrorism on children has been the focus of a growing number of studies worldwide. Questions have been raised about children’s vulnerability to the stress that comes with living in a war area. It is known that even infants have the ability to perceive and remember traumatic events and, consequently, develop … Read more Does war change our DNA? – Professor Peter Pregelj

Nepali Goverment Declares Schools “Zones of Peace”

The Nepali government has declared that educational institutions are now “peace zones”. A Cabinet meeting on Wednesday 25th May 2011 took the decision for all school and college buses in the country to display a uniform colour to alert Nepalis to their protected status. All of the school buses will bear the same colour, which … Read more Nepali Goverment Declares Schools “Zones of Peace”