Daily Archives: November 17, 2019


In Attempt To Improve Peace Efforts, U.S., South Korea Postpone Military Drills

On Sunday 17 November, the United States and South Korea announced that they would be postponing upcoming joint military drills. Representatives from the two nations hope that doing so will bolster peace efforts in the region. However, the move has already been criticized, with many commentators concerned that the Trump […]


Zimbabwe Faces Worst Drought In 40 years: 3.58 Million People At Risk Of Starvation

New findings released by the World Food Programme (WFP) Report on 14th November 2019 have revealed that 3.58 million rural people in Zimbabwe, 38% of the population, are facing emergency levels of food insecurity and starvation. Inadequate access to safe water and sanitation have been causing disease outbreaks, such as […]


As Protests Sweep The Globe, The Yellow Vest Movement Turns One Year Old

Today, 17 November, marks the one-year anniversary of the French Yellow Vests movement. To celebrate the occasion, another weekend of protests dubbed ‘Act 53’ has commenced with media reporting that the Place d’Italie, a public square in Paris, has been transformed into a skirmish ground. Elsewhere in Paris, protestors defied […]


Long-standing Bolivian President Evo Morales Resigns After Weeks Of Protest

Long-standing Bolivian president Evo Morales announced his resignation on Sunday in an effort to encourage peace and stability following weeks of protests against his re-election. Protesters have accused the president of committing election fraud in the country’s most recent election, and the military formally asked the president to step down […]