Migration Crisis: Venezuelan Exodus Strains Colombia

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has suspended the issuing of temporary visas to Venezuelan refugees in an effort to slow down the surge of people seeking safety in the neighbouring country. The ongoing humanitarian crisis in Venezuela has forced over half a million of its citizens into Colombia over the […]

Fears Rise As Ex-Spy’s Poisoning Links Back To The Kremlin

New tensions rise this week as critical information is bought to light regarding the attempted murder of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia Skripal as U.K. evidence points back to activities of the Kremlin. The poisoning, which occurred on Sunday 4th of March in Salisbury city, took […]

Iranian Women Want Equality And They Want It Now

On March 8, the world celebrated International Women’s Day, a time for women of all ages to come together and acknowledge the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, and the momentous steps that have been taken to achieve gender equality. However, for women living in Iran, there was […]

Bolivia’s Flying The Flag For Access To The Pacific

135 years ago, Bolivia lost the War of the Pacific to Chile, and we are still witnessing the repercussions of the violent conflict today. On Saturday March 10th, tens of thousands of Bolivians took to the streets of La Paz, the third most populous city in Bolivia and its administrative […]