Arsenic In Drinking Water Threatens Up To 60 Million In Pakistan

A large percentage of the drinking water in Pakistan is contaminated by arsenic, a toxic chemical that causes a plethora of negative health effects and that is lethal in high amounts, according to a new study released by the Science Advances Journal. The report revealed that the region most affected […]

At Least 17 Killed In Latest Attack In Burkina Faso

Gunmen attacked a Turkish restaurant in Burkina Faso’s capital city of Ouagadougou on Sunday night, leaving at least 17 dead and eight others wounded. The army sealed off the central part of the city and evacuated civilians from the area before launching a counterattack. Three suspected jihadists were reportedly killed […]

New Venezuelan Assembly Opens Amid Opposition Protests

Despite strong domestic and international opposition, President Nicolas Maduro’s ruling party installed a new constituent assembly in Venezuela on Friday, August 4th, following the controversial and much anticipated election earlier in the week. The new legislative body has granted itself supreme power over existing institutions in Venezuela, as well as […]

Mexico’s Drug War Moves Into Mexico City Amid Its Greatest Spike In Violence In 20 Years

Mexico’s military clashes with drug cartels in the nation’s capital, which has long been considered isolated from the drug violence afflicting other regions of the country. Last Thursday, amid a backdrop of spiraling violence across Mexico, marines exchanged gunfire with a heavily armed gangs and eventually shot down eight gangsters […]

Donald Trump Gives Speech About “Survival” Of Western Civilization During Poland Visit

In an address to the Polish people on Thursday, July 6, President Donald Trump asserted that Western civilization was at risk of decline due to “radical Islamic terrorism” and “the creep of government bureaucracy.” The speech, which had a strong nationalist message, came just a day before the G20 summit […]