Daily Archives: June 29, 2018


U.S. Homeland Security: Parents Must Apply For Their Children Back

America’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released their plan to reunite the families that were separated at the U.S. border. Included in that plan is a procedure that will require some families to apply for their children back.  While children who were about to be referred to the Human […]


Australia And Sexual Abuse

When making her way home from a successful comedy gig, Eurydice Dixon texted her boyfriend that she was almost home safely. Unfortunately, Dixon never made it home as moments after sending that text, a nineteen-year-old man attacked the young comedian before sexually assaulting and murdering her in Princes Park. For […]


Several Arrested Over Ethiopian Grenade Attack

Thirty people have been arrested in relation to a recent grenade attack on a political rally in Ethiopia’s capital city, Addis Ababa. The attack left two dead and injured over 150 more people. Most of these injuries were caused by the chaos and stampede that ensued, rather than by the […]


13,000 Migrants Forced Across The Sahara Desert

According to the Associated Press, roughly 13,000 migrants were forcefully expelled from Algeria over the past 14 months and sent into the Sahara Desert. Although Algeria does not provide figures, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) began counting the number of people crossing into neighbouring Niger in 2017 and determined […]


Trump Administration Cuts Asylum To Gang And Domestic Violence Victims

The United States recently announced their decision to henceforth reject asylum applications asking for refuge from domestic violence and gang violence, reversing a 2014 Obama-era policy that could potentially endanger tens of thousands and which only further cements the U.S.’s hardline stance on immigration, reinforced in recent weeks by the […]