Daily Archives: April 3, 2018


New Efforts To Eradicate Polio In Remote Areas Of Afghanistan Engage Religious Leaders

As one of the last countries ravaged by naturally occurring outbreaks of the debilitating Polio virus, the Afghan government is taking advanced steps in order to eliminate the disease once and for all. The Guardian has reported that the government is enlisting Clerics and Islamic scholars to communicate with communities […]


Afghanistan’s Ongoing Instability: The Product Of Foreign Intervention?

Today, Afghanistan is a fractured state devastated by decades of extensive foreign military intervention. Despite numerous attempts, external actors have consistently failed to exercise comprehensive and continuing influence over the mountainous landlocked state. Afghanistan was established as a sovereign political entity in 1747, and its geopolitical location has historically been […]


As The World Stays Silent The Carnage In Southern Cameroons Continues

From what used to be known as a “Heaven of Peace” in the turbulent Central African region, the situation in Cameroon is gradually becoming another story of carnage and bloodshed as the world stays silent. As the massacre continues, it is fast becoming another episode of the international community failing […]


Houthis Fire Missiles Into Saudi Territory

On Sunday, 25 March, the Houthi rebels, who control a significant swath of Yemeni territory, including the capital Sana’a, launched missile attacks against air and military bases in the southern Saudi Arabian cities of Najran, Jizan and Abha. The following seven missiles also reached the airspace of Riyadh, the capital of […]