Africa- A Tale Of Two Worlds
Snapshot | Three African billionaires are so rich that they have more wealth than the poorest 50% or around 650 million people in the continent
EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement - Apocalyptic Effect On Amazon
Snapshot | If you think the fires in the Amazon are bad...just wait the free trade agreement between the EU and Mercosur will have apocalyptic effects on the Amazon rainforest
US Threatens France With Tariffs
Snapshot | The U.S. sent a message to France warning it doesn't want its companies to be discriminated and they also threatened them saying it would impose tariffs on French goods
Resistance Against US Dollar Is Growing Globally
Snapshot | The world is uniting against the US dollar as the currency has become means to launch economic warfare against everyone and anyone considered a threat to U.S. global dominance
Chinese People Are Already Ditching Their Iphones To Support Huawei
Snapshot | Online campaigns are calling to support the brand during the ongoing trade war with the U.S.
Indigenous Communities Of Colombia Send An SOS
Snapshot | At a gathering in Riosucio, Chocó the National Indigenous Organization of Colombia (ONIC) denounced the Colombian government’s indifference towards the rights of Indigenous peoples in the country
The Richest Corporations Don't Pay Taxes
Snapshot | Companies including Amazon, Chevron, Delta, GM, and Netflix are paying $0 in income taxes, despite massive profits
Walmart To Replace Workers With Robots
Snapshot | Automation and the deployment of robots will start taking over jobs at Walmart next year with the company announcing autonomous floor scrubbers, and robots that scan shelf inventory and boxes in thousands of ...
Residents in South Africa are Coping with Constant Power Outages
FTS News Bits | South Africa's public electricity supplier Eskom is in crisis mode, introducing rotational power cuts. @MatubateleSUR confirms it could get worse before it gets better.
Argentina’s Extreme Debt
Snapshot | The country’s debt is being estimated at 97% of its GDP after taking into account IMF disbursements in late 2018, making Argentina the most indebted in Latin America