Daily Archives: April 29, 2018


Devastating Malnutrition Cripples Rohingya’s Child Refugees Caught In Catastrophic Public Health Crisis

A quarter of Rohingya Muslim children living in Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh are suffering from malnutrition, according to a report by the Centre for Disease Control. Around 26,000 Rohingya Muslims live in the camp, where they are faced with shortages of food and water, and poor sanitation causes outbreaks […]


No More War: Koreas To Sign Peace Treaty And Denuclearization Agreement

This Friday Kim Jong-un became the first North Korean leader to step foot in the South, as he walked over the demilitarized zone to meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in. The two leaders discussed formalizing the end of the Korean War and the denuclearization of the entire peninsula. Moon Jae-in […]


April 2018: Youth Activists Fighting For A Safe Education; Gun Violence In American Schools

Gun violence has impacted the education and lives of countless American students over the last few decades. This year alone, students have endured a shooting every month, with increasing numbers of schoolchildren murdered. However, these students are standing together in a new war on gun laws; they are calling for […]


Aid Workers’ Abduction In South Sudan Highlights The Continued Dangers Of Aid Work In The Country

The abduction of ten aid workers in South Sudan – one of many over the past five years – has highlighted the risks and dangers humanitarian workers routinely face in the country. South Sudan has been mired in civil war since 2013, just two years after it first gained independence from […]