Day: November 18, 2017

Aleppo: Citizens Tug-Of-War Victims Between Syrian Factions

A year since the vicious battle for East Aleppo, Syria and the city are still reeling from the government-led offensive initiative. The Middle-Eastern nation faces a humanitarian crises as figures released by a UN refugee agency state that“more than 6 million Syrians are still displaced.” Syrian government forces—with the support

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26 Women And Girls Drown, 53 Still Missing Off The Coast Of Italy

Twenty-six women and girls were found dead off the coast of Italy on Sunday. It is likely they were abused and killed during their attempted journey to cross the Mediterranean sea. The bodies were found and bought to the Southern Italian town of Salerno by the Spanish ship ‘Cantabria’ which

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Trump Offers To Mediate South China Sea Debate

U.S. President Donald Trump has offered to act as a mediator in the continuing South China Sea dispute. It comes before the imminent Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Manila, Philippines, where all parties central to the debate will be in attendance. Whilst all parties central to the

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