Day: March 15, 2019

No Gay People In Malaysia: The Troubling Comments of The Tourism Minister

Malaysia’s Tourism Minister, Mohammaddin Ketapi, gave comments that support the country’s recently adopted homophobic rhetoric. In a press conference, ahead of the ITB Berlin tourism expo, the German news agency Deutsche Welle reported that Mohammaddin Ketapi said, “I don’t think we have anything like that in our country.” His words

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UK Official Opposition Supports A Second Brexit Referendum

Britain’s main opposing party, the Labour Party, publicly announced its support for a second referendum on Brexit following the parliamentary vote that the United Kingdom leave the European Union without an established deal. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hopes that by supporting the second vote this will stop “a damaging Tory

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Venezuela Crisis Intensifies

Crowds of people have taken to the streets in Venezuela’s capital, Caracas, this past week in support and opposition of President Nicolas Maduro. After a recent nationwide blackout, anti-government protesters answered opposition leader Juan Guaido’s call for action against the president. Guaido urged protesters to demand that Maduro step down

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Further Complications In Ending The Crisis In Yemen

For the past several years, military conflict in Yemen overwhelmingly holds the attention of international media outlets. Yet, certain revealing events from this week only further amplified present complications. First, the Trump administration recently put forth plans to restrict a previous Obama executive procedure of announcing civilian deaths occurring outside

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