Day: March 18, 2018

Russian Spy Poisoning: Undermining U.K. Sovereignty

On March 4, a former Russian double agent, Sergei Skripal, was discovered unconscious alongside his daughter on a park bench in Salisbury, Southern England. According to Prime Minister Theresa May, they were poisoned with Novichok, a Russian nerve agent developed in the Soviet Union during the 1970s and 1980s. This

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Slovak Journalist’s Death Causes Ripples In Government After Prime Minister’s Resignation

Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico has announced his resignation following a domino effect of government resignations, corruption investigations, and protests, after Slovak investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiance, Martina Kusnirova, were found murdered in their home, with heavy suspicions the motives were related to Kuciak’s investigations into possible connections

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Aid Agencies Struggle As Democratic Republic of Congo Spirals Into Uncontainable Humanitarian Crisis

On the 13th March 2018, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General acknowledged humanitarian aid needs have doubled in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) since 2017. Political deadlock continues over current leader Kabila’s overstayed political term and has spurred ethnic conflict and further militia uprising, causing the humanitarian crisis to worsen. The

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DeAndre Harris Found Not Guilty

Months after the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville that left one dead and several others injured, charges have been dropped against DeAndre Harris, a black man who was brutally beaten by a group of white nationalists at the Unite the Right Rally on August 12. A video of Harris’ assault

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Oil Revenue Continues To Fund South Sudan War

A new investigation into South Sudan’s violent conflict marred with famine and a trail of atrocities has revealed that Sudan’s political leadership is routing millions of dollars from oil revenues to fund the ongoing four-year civil war. Documents reviewed by Global Witness, an organisation that fights exploration of natural resources,

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Spy Poisoning: Russia Retaliates 23 For 23

On Saturday, March 17th Russia announced expected retaliatory measures, giving twenty-three British diplomats a week to leave the country. Just three days after the UK announced it would do the same. Russia additionally announced the closure of the British Council in Russia and the British Consulate in St. Petersburg, according

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