Daily Archives: September 26, 2018

25 Killed in Attack on Military Parade in Ahvaz, Iran

This morning, 25 people were murdered by gunmen in Southwestern Iran after a military parade in Ahvaz, the capital of Khuzestan, a province housing most of the country’s Arab minority, was attacked. The parade, one of Iran’s many nationwide Sacred Defense Week celebrations, meant to commemorate Iran’s eight-year war with […]

Brett Kavanaugh Boasts of Being a “Renate Alumnius” in High School Yearbook. Renate Was a High School Girl.

This week, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s high school yearbook was uncovered, and with it, another controversial case regarding Kavanaugh’s treatment of women. In the yearbook, Kavanaugh listed “Renate alumnius” as one of his credentials on his personal page, in reference to Renate Schroeder, a girl who at the time, […]

Bangladesh’s New Statement Brings Rohingya Crisis To An Impasse

On September the 12th, teams from the UN’s Refugee Agency and Development Program gained permission from Myanmar to investigate 23 villages in the Rakhine State, where the Rohingya people lived. Concurrently on the same day, Bangladesh’s Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque announced that the Rohingya were not welcome into Bangladesh as […]