Author: Paul McLoughlin

In a surprising turn of events, Keir Starmer emerged victorious in the recent UK general election. However, the outcome of the election reflects the deep-seated anger among the youth on various key issues. The election results, with the Labour Party securing a significant majority, highlighted a shift in support from voters aged 25 to 49. While Nigel Farage’s Reform UK party garnered a considerable share of the vote, support from voters aged 50 to 69 was notable. On the other end, the youth played a crucial role in electing pro-Gaza Independent and Green MPs, showcasing a desire for change. The…

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As the Syrian regime reclaimed Harasta in Damascus, a soldier proudly declared intentions to leave nothing behind in the once opposition stronghold. Videos emerged showing uniformed men looting homes of vacated residents, carting off everything from washing machines to steel facades. These acts were part of widespread pillaging detailed in a report by the Syria Justice and Accountability Centre, revealing a pattern of regime soldiers ransacking rebel areas over the past decade. Looted goods ended up in ‘Sunni Markets’ in Damascus and Aleppo, suggesting a systematic scheme of theft. The report highlighted the regime’s role in stealing from civilian areas…

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