Daily Archives: March 24, 2019


First Terrorist Attack: New Zealand’s Darkest Day

The 15th of March 2019 is now marked as one of the darkest day for New Zealanders, as they experienced their first ever racially-charged terrorist attack. The gunman open fired inside Masjid al Noor mosque in central Christchurch, killing 41 people, along with another 7 being murdered at a second […]


Europe: The Revolving Epicenter Of US-Russian Tension 1

On March 18th 2019, almost exactly five years on from Russia’s controversial annexation of the Crimean Peninsula, US Air Forces deployed six nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to Europe for “theatre integration and flying training” exercises with regional allies and NATO partners. The US Air Force confirmed the movements earlier on March […]


Community Support Following “One Of New Zealand’s Darkest Days”

On Friday 15th March at 1.40pm, Brenton Tarrant entered Al Noor Mosque armed with a semi-automatic weapon and opened fire on the people inside the place of worship. He then proceeded to drive to another mosque in the suburb of Linwood, where he conducted his second targeted attack. As of […]


Cyclone Idai Devastates Southeastern Africa

Cyclone Idai caused significant landfall in southeastern Africa this past Thursday, causing widespread destruction by flooding roads and washing away bridges in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. UN officials have estimated that the severe weather has displaced nearly 1.5 million and killed more than 150 people across the region. As the […]


US, Canada, And EU Announce New Russian Sanctions Over Ukraine

The United States (US), Canada, and the European Union (EU) have imposed new sanctions on more than a dozen Russian officials and entities accused of supporting Russia’s occupation of Crimea. On Friday the US Treasury Department announced fresh sanctions against six Russian officials, six defense firms, and two construction firms […]


Landmark Legal Case Against Australian Terrorist

Today, a group of women who claim to have been enslaved, raped, and abused by one of Australia’s most infamous terrorists are seeking a landmark legal case to be brought before a New South Wales (NSW) Civil and Administrative tribunal in order to receive compensation. These hearings begin the week […]