Daily Archives: April 26, 2018

Tension Transitions To Triumph As Armenian PM Resigns Amid Protests

Celebrations have erupted after Armenian Prime Minister, Serzh Sargsyan, steps down from his role after eleven days of consecutive protests against his Government in the former Soviet Republic. Having only been elected this month, Sargsyan’s election erupted unrest throughout Armenia, particularly in the Nation’s capital, Yerevan. For days, the Anti-Government […]

Violence On The Gaza Strip Increases, Draws More International Attention

The escalation of the Palestine-Israel conflict has garnered extensive international attention; the deaths on Friday in Gaza have only increased this, however, the nature of future responses are unclear. At least two Palestinians were killed by Israeli soldiers on the Gaza-Israel border, and many more have been injured. This incident […]

The Faux Revolution And Nicaraguan Censorship

It all started with a fire. Nicaragua, Central America’s largest country, has recently found itself in the international spotlight, due to the public’s discontent against the government of Daniel Ortega and his wife Rosario Murillo. Public demonstrations against the government began after the nation’s second-largest rainforest went on a 10-day […]