The Gaza Strip suffers daily power cuts of 8 hours or more; the region’s only power plant produces far too little electricity to meet the people’s needs. How did things get this far, after massive international aid has been invested in the region?
British shoppers browsing Asda’s supermarket shelves for a touch of the Mediterranean culinary might have been forgiven for thinking that the labels on the cans of an own-brand tomato puree meant what they said. After all, they read: “Produced in Italy”.
The environmental disaster of Campania region, placed in the South of Italy – caused by years of illegal trafficking of toxic waste and endless waste emergencies – can be compared to an outbreak of HIV.