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Trump’s First Veto Prevents Decision To Overturn National Emergency

In a statement issued on Friday, President Trump utilised the “law and the legislative process designed by our [U.S] founders” to invoke the first official veto of his presidency. Justifying the decision as part of his “duty”, President Trump vetoed the “dangerous” attempt from Congress to revoke the declaration of […]


Russia Officially Suspends Arms Control Deal with U.S
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Russia has suspended its Arms Control Deal with the United States after the U.S. announced its withdrawal due to Russian violations. According to Reuters, the U.S. notified Russia of its plans to withdraw from the treaty within 6 months unless Russia decides to return into compliance with treaty agreements. Back […]


Eritrea, Ethiopia, South Sudan Leaders Meet to Reaffirm Peace Deal 1

Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, and Eritrea’s President, Isais Afwerki, recently visited South Sudan for high-level meetings with their President, Salva Kiir, in hopes to reaffirm peace talks between the regime and local rebels. This move was done amidst fears that last year’s peace deal with rebel leader Riek Machar […]


Former Israel Minister Of Energy And Infrastructure Sentenced To 11 Years In Prison 1

On Tuesday, February 26th: Former Israeli Minister of Energy and Infrastructure Gonen Segev was sentenced to 11 years in prison after admitting to spying for Iran in January. According to Al Jazeera, he pled guilty to intentionally sharing information to an enemy nation with the intent to harm Israel. Segev, […]


Here Is Why Colombia Is Opening Its Arms To Venezuela

Colombia opens its arms to Venezuela receiving over 1,174,443 refugees according to the government agency, Migración Colombia. Out of the total refugees, 695,496 have legal documentation, and 479,247 come with incomplete documentation. Colombia has kept its borders relatively easy to access while surrounding countries have taken an initiative to tighten […]


No End In Sight For Protests Against Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika

Mass protests occurred this past Friday in Algeria and continued over the weekend, with tens of thousands coming out to show their displeasure with the President. This was the third consecutive week of protests, and it doesn’t look like they are slowing down. The protesters are specifically opposed to President […]


The Catalan Independence Movement Begins Its Next Chapter 3

On 16 March, thousands of supporters of Catalan independence marched through the Spanish capital, Madrid, to protest the ongoing trial of 12 separatist leaders. Demonstrators, many from Catalonia, peacefully marched through Madrid, carrying signs with messages such as “self-determination is not a crime.” They also called for a new vote […]