The World This Week 10/9

October 10, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

ASIA China- After North Korea’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test, China has asked North Korean companies in the Chinese territory to cease operations. This includes all Chinese companies with North Korean partners as well. […]

The World this Week 19/9

September 28, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

ASIA Myanmar- Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s de facto leader, has canceled on this month’s UN General Assembly meet as the unrest in the Rakhine state of her country increases. The unrest, which is caused […]

Russian Anti-Governmental Protests

April 29, 2017 Colin Bayne 0

  Russia has become the stage of the largest mass anti-government protests in its recent history. Around 20,000 protesters marched on Moscow, with large numbers in other population centers around the country. Large numbers of […]

Russia’s U.N. Ambassador Dies

March 19, 2017 Amisha Naik 0

Vitaly I. Churkin, Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, passed away just before his 65th birthday. He is renowned for representing his country amidst domestic tumult and escalating tensions with the West. He was born […]

Around the World 1/26

February 9, 2017 Ujjwala Rai 0

ASIA Malaysia- The low-cost Malaysian airline- AirAsia has been cleared by the American Authorities to fly to American Airports, making them the first Asian airline to do so. The American sector will be handled by […]

US and Russia Agree to New Ceasefire

September 20, 2016 Ianiz Patchedjiev 0

After weeks of intense negotiations between top officials from both nations, the United States and Russia have finally agreed on a comprehensive ceasefire concerning the civil war in Syria. According to major sources, the ceasefire […]

World News: Sochi Troubles

February 10, 2014 Vector Staff 0

The Winter Olympics have just begun in Sochi, Russia. Although the Russians were well underway with preparations for the Games, Russian President Vladimir Putin was distraught when he arrived in Sochi to find that they […]