Week of September 23

Fleeing the scene of the attack during the military parade in Ahwaz. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)


Shipping Container Containing $104 Million Goes Missing

On Monday, George Weah’s administration launched an investigation into missing shipping cont...

Week of April 2nd

 Palestinians participating in Land Day demonstrations protest along the Gaza-Israeli border (Source: Mohammed Salem/Reuters)


Dozens Killed in Al-Shabaab Attack in Somalia

Dozens of Ugandan soldiers were killed by Al-Shabaab militants in a double...

 Week of March 19th

 Putin at a polling station in Moscow (Source: Reuters)


Jacob Zuma to be Charged with Corruption

Former South African President Jacob Zuma, who was forced to resign last month, will be sent to trail on sixteen counts of various crimes, including...

Week of March 12th

National Front leader Marine Le Pen at the party's congress in Lille, France (Source: Reuters/Pascal Rossignol)


President of Mauritius to Resign

Mauritian President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim will step down over accusations that she used charity money...

 Week of March 5th

 Xi Jinping may be president beyond his previously expected resignation date (Source: Lintao Zhang/Getty)


Dual Terrorist Attacks Strike Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso was hit by two simultaneous attacks on Friday, on an army headquarters and the French...

 Week of February 19th

 Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán delivers a speech in Budapest (Source: Bernadett Szabo/Reuters)


Suicide attack hits Nigeria

On Friday night, three suicide bombs hit the town of Konduga in Nigeria, killing at least 18 people and injuring...

Week of February 12th

 South Africans protests against Zuma (Source: Getty Images)


South African President Jacob Zuma’s Fate to Be Decided Monday

Since last year, sitting President Jacob Zuma has faced 783 counts of corruption charges. Zuma’s party, the African Nati...

Week of February 5th

 An artistic rendering of Olympic rings in PyeongChang, South Korea (Source: AP Photo/Felipe Dana)


Princess's Tomb Discovered in Egypt

Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered the tomb of a 4,400 year old princess. Discovered near Cairo, the...

Week of January 29th

Protesters March in Tegucigalpa (Source: Eduardo Verdugo/AP)


Cape Town To Run Out of Water

Cape Town is the first major city to completely run out of water. Recently, city officials have pushed up the “run out” date 10 days from April 22nd to A...

Week of January 22nd 

Turkish forces near the Syrian border on Sunday (Source: Bulent Kilic/Agence France-Presse)


Several People Killed in DR Congo

At least six people have been killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo following widespread protests against Preside...

Please reload

Featured Posts