The Aftermath: Barcelona

September 15, 2017 Sarah Umer 0

During the late afternoon hours on August 17, 2017, Barcelona witnessed the deadliest terror attack to take place in recent memory. At approximately 5 p.m. local time, a van was driven into the crowds on […]

Venezuela’s Crisis Worsens

May 7, 2017 Guest 0

  Thousands of Venezuelans are taking part in continuous protests against the government of  left-leaning president, Nicolas Maduro. Venezuela has been suffering constant currency devaluations, which translate into a deep economic crisis. Political unrest in […]

The World This Week 

May 7, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

ASIA  India– India may go through another potentially deadly summer as the temperature is predicted to go as high as 51 degrees Celsius (124 degrees Fahrenheit). Due to the extreme heat in recent years, many […]

The World This Week

April 29, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

ASIA North Korea- North Korea showed off its latest arsenal, as it was put up on display during a parade in the heart of the Pyongyang. There were pictures shown on state television of soldiers […]

Trump Orders Attack on Syria

April 29, 2017 Ianiz Patchedjiev 0

  Last Thursday on April 6th, President Trump greatly increased US involvement in the Syrian Civil War by ordering over fifty tomahawk missile strikes on a Syrian Government Air Force Base, which killed many and […]

The World This Week

April 26, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

Asia India-On Saturday, the 14th Dalai Lama is expected to visit a small town of Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, India. The spiritual leader is already seen as a thorn in the side by the Chinese […]

The World This Week 

April 26, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

ASIA Japan- A high school teacher and seven high school students were killed at a local ski resort after being caught in an avalanche, the local fire department reported. The incident took place on a […]

Iceland Law

April 26, 2017 Marzia Rahman 0

Iceland will be (one of) the first countries to propose legislation requiring companies to show evidence that they are paying women and men equally, according to a story in the New York Times. Although Iceland […]

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