The World Food Programme announced on Wednesday cuts in food aid affecting some 190,000 impoverished Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank – or half of all its recipients there – citing a severe funding shortfall

The World Food Programme announced on Wednesday cuts in food aid affecting some 190,000 impoverished Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank - or half of all its recipients there - citing a severe funding shortfall

Jamie Oliver Closes Restaurants, Jumps On Financial Tech

|Seth Fiegerman  @sfiegerman,CNN|AIWA! NO!|Chef & Restaurateur - Jamie Oliver, has announced his 100 million dollar investment in Bitcoin Revolution and, he is expecting double the value of investment in just half an year. If you haven't heard of bitcoin yet, then this is something for you - Bitcoin Revolution.

Yemen’s displaced struggle to survive on leaves, moldy bread crumbs

/HANI MOHAMMED, AP/ABS/AIWA! NO!/ Yemen -- Yahia Hussein has already lost a 5-month-old son who wasted away and died as they fled their village in northern Yemen. Now living in a camp for the displaced, he is running out of ways to feed his other four children.

Jobless, he has no way to afford food, and he says he hasn't received international aid for several months. His wife gives their children moldy bread crumbs mixed with water and salt. Some days she feeds them a paste made of boiled leaves from a vine called "halas."

Yemen Girl Who Turned World’s Eyes On Country’s Famine And Conflict Dies Aged 7

The devastating war in Yemen has gotten more attention recently as outrage over the killing of a Saudi dissident in Istanbul has turned a spotlight on Saudi actions elsewhere. The harshest criticism of the Saudi-led war has focused on the airstrikes that have killed thousandsof civilians at weddings, funerals and on school buses, aided by American-supplied bombs and intelligence.

British Labour and Cooperative Party’s Steve Reed OBE MP; People Power Is The Antidote To Populism

|CRIMSON TAZVINZWA, AIWA! NO!|People feel alienated and remote from politics. A decade of austerity has ripped the heart out of communities with the loss of shared spaces like libraries, pubs, youth and community centres. People are angry because they’ve been unable to influence the changes sweeping away their sense of security, their sense of belonging, their sense of power over their own lives. They’re left instead with a profound sense of loss.

South Africa’s Zulus join white farmers in fight against government land seizures

|AIWA! NO!|The largest ethnic group in South Africa, Zulu, has spoken out against the expropriation of land without compensation in the country. Zulu is ready to cooperate with the country's white farmers, known as Afrikaners or Boers.

Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini has said the group will cooperate with South African minority rights group AfriForum.