8 women who are changing the world without you even realising

8 women who are changing the world without you even realising

Nina Gualinga She has become the face of the indigenous Kichwa movement to protect the Ecuadorian Amazon from corporate interests. Her village, Sarayaku, sued the Quito Government in 2012, resulting in the protection of its land from oil exploration. Gualinga was present at COP21: she sailed down the River Seine in Paris in a canoe from

Somalia, US drone strike against al-Shabaab kills more than 150

Somalia, US drone strike against al-Shabaab kills more than 150

The US army carried out a drone strike over the weekend against an al-Shabab training camp, about 150 kilometres north of the capital Mogadishu.   According to the Pentagon, the strike killed 150. Spokesman Captain Jeff Davis told the strike destroyed a training camp where an “imminent large-scale” attack was being planned: “We know they were

HUMAN, Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s documentary asks us to have more empathy for others

HUMAN, Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s documentary asks us to have more empathy for others

HUMAN, latest documentary by French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand, started being screened in Italian movie theatres on 29 February, after being presented at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival and premiered at the General Assembly of the United Nations. Through the stories – full of love and happiness, as well as hatred and violence – of women,

John Oliver. Make Donald Drumpf again!

John Oliver. Make Donald Drumpf again!

Using irony, outright hilariousness as well as hard facts and logic, presenter John Oliver tore Republican candidate Donald Trump (who won seven out of thirteen states on Super Tuesday) to shreds during his show Last Week Tonight, aired on the 28th of February. By unpicking the presidential-hopeful’s declarations and stated qualities he demonstrated that his