Sudanese Protesters Persist Despite Military Warnings

After nearly a month since the Sudanese military ousted President Omar al-Bashir, protesters continue to demand representation in Sudan’s transitional government. Former President al-Bashir was removed from power on Thursday, April 11th, in response to over 16 weeks of widespread protest. After orchestrating the coup that placed al-Bashir under house […]

Civilian And Military Talks In Sudan Deadlocked

Tensions have increased in Sudan during disagreements between the Sudanese military and protesters. The main protest group has stated that the military is not serious about a transfer of power to civilian rule, following the ousting of President Omar al-Bashir. Ongoing negotiations between the protesters and the Transitional Military Council […]

Alabama Attempts To Pass Anti-Abortion Bill 2

On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, an abortion bill titled the Human Rights Prevention Act was passed by Alabama’s House of Representatives. The bill would make almost all abortions illegal and even charge doctors who perform abortions with at least 10 years in prison. The bill passed the House with 74 […]

Minatitlán And A Sad History Of Massacres

Thirteen people, including a one-year-old baby, were killed last Good Friday in Minatitlán, Mexico. The authorities claim that the killings were a product of the war between the Jalisco New Generation Cartel and Los Zetas for control of the regional drug market. This despicable act now joins an unfortunate list […]

Israeli Raids Of Gaza

The violence between Israel and the Palestinian people, partly in Gaza, where the conflict that is seemingly endless, has lulled the past month. However, there has been a recent attack against Israel, with over 200 rockets fired by the Jihad, as well as shots fired across the border. Israel has […]

The Role Of Emigration in Nigeria’s Emerging Healthcare Crisis

The increasing migration trend among Nigerian medical professionals has seen alarming consequences for the region’s healthcare sector. Over 60% of registered Nigerian doctors have been found to practice abroad. This has resulted in a reported ratio of one doctor per 5,000 people in the country – a statistic deemed grossly […]

World’s Largest Democratic Exercise Threatens Minority Groups

As the world’s largest democratic exercise, spanning a period of six weeks, is currently underway, concerns continue to rise for the Indian Muslim community who are consistently underrepresented in India’s parliament. The outgoing parliament features only 22 Muslims of 543 politicians, presenting the lowest Muslim representation in five decades which […]