Daily Archives: June 27, 2018


Environmental Activists Deaths Invoke Painful Reminders Of Gambia’s Dark Past

Invoking painful memories of the previous Gambian Government, three environmental activists were killed during clashes that erupted between Gambian paramilitary forces and activists in Faraba Banta, south of the capital Banjul. Activists were peacefully protesting on June 18th against Julakay Sand Mining, a company that many residents argue is destroying […]


Reuniting Families: Trump Signs Executive Order On Immigration Policy

Trump has signed an executive order that will stop undocumented immigrant children being taken away from their families at the Mexican border. This comes after global outrage towards the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance policy,” that saw every undocumented immigrant crossing the border put into federal jail, leaving those too young to […]


Nicaragua Political Turmoil And Protesters Dead

Uprising against Nicaragua’s President Ortega began on the April 19, 2018, after government reforms were met with anti-government protests that turned violent. Al Jazeera reported 200 people have been killed and thousands injured, many of them including university students and children, during the two months of turmoil in Nicaragua. The […]