Day: February 7, 2020

Possible Next Steps For Syrian Refugees

While the globe was celebrating the coming new year, artillery fire didn’t stop in Syria. Nine people, including five innocent children, were killed by a Syrian military attack in a school of Idlib, a northern city being held by rebels opposed to President Bashar al-Assad. Being run by Syria Relief,

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“Peace Transcends Politics”: Trump Releases “Ultimate Plan” For Peace In The Middle East, While Ulterior Motives Abound

Today, on 28 January, Donald Trump released a long-awaited, 80-page “peace plan” for the Middle East, claiming to seek to put an end to the Israeli-Palestine conflict. After holding separate talks in Washington, D.C. with the embattled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his political opponent Benny Gantz, Trump revealed

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Hunger Crisis In South Africa

45 million people in South Africa are currently experiencing severe food insecurity. Hard hit countries include Eswatini, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe, where women and children are the worst affected. Drought, floods and political instability are to blame for the crisis, with these conditions expected to continue.

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