Current Events


At Least 17 Killed In Latest Attack In Burkina Faso

Gunmen attacked a Turkish restaurant in Burkina Faso’s capital city of Ouagadougou on Sunday night, leaving at least 17 dead and eight others wounded. The army sealed off the central part of the city and evacuated civilians from the area before launching a counterattack. Three suspected jihadists were reportedly killed […]


Three Killed, Scores Injured In Charlottesville Terrorist Attack During White Nationalist Rally

Violence broke out at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia’s Emancipation Park this past Saturday leaving three killed and scores injured. The “Unite the Right Rally,” led in part by local white supremacist Jason Kessler, was fueled in response to an ongoing lawsuit over the removal of the statue […]


A Third Term For Paul Kagame: Development At The Cost Of Human Rights

Rwanda’s 2017 presidential election has resulted in a decisive victory for Paul Kagame – the country’s de facto leader since 1994. After waiving the constitutional two-term limit and immunizing himself from prosecution through a referendum in 2015, the former child refugee and leader of the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) won […]


Trump’s Remarks Turn Attention Towards Venezuelan Crisis

Once again President Trump’s twitter account made headlines all over the world with the following tweet: “Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act out unwisely. Hopefully, Kim Jong Un will find another path!” While recently, the ongoing escalation of tension between the governments […]


Canadian Pastor Returns Home After Release From North Korean Prison

A Canadian pastor who was imprisoned in North Korea since 2015 returned to his home in Toronto on Saturday. Hyeon Soo Lim, North Korea’s longest-held Western prisoner in decades, was released last week on what was described as ‘sick bail.’ Prior to his release, he had complained of stomach pain […]