Author: Gracen Graham

Another Attack In Syria Leaves 33 Turkish Soldiers Dead

33 Turkish soldiers have been killed in Syria during an attack on Thursday. The attack was carried out by Syrian government forces in the northwestern Idlib province. Turkish forces had vowed that should the Syrian forces attack, Turkey would retaliate. Al Jazeera reported that, keeping their word, Turkish forces hit

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Coronavirus Continuing To Pose A Challenge To International Communities

Coronavirus has continued to remain a challenge for impacted countries, as concerns are increasingly mounting. Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, was first detected in China in December 2019 but has since spread to a handful of other countries. Italy has now reported that two elderly people have died from confirmed

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U.S. Extends Travel Ban To Six More Countries

President Donald Trump’s administration has recently added six more countries to their controversial United States visa and travel ban. The Department of Homeland Security reported that Myanmar, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan and Nigeria will all be banned from the United States. Tanzanian and Sudan citizens will be blocked from applying for the

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Australia Continues To Battle The Raging Bushfires

News continues to develop as the bushfires in Australia rage on. New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria have been declared as in a state of emergency and disaster, and are expected to remain in that state for at least another week. As of the fourth of January, 28 people have

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Horror Ensues As At Least 25 Protesters Are Killed In Baghdad

25 people were killed and it is estimated that around 130 others were injured in Baghdad on the 6th of December. This huge loss of life and cause of injury comes from a group of pro-government gunmen who opened fire during demonstrations in central Iraq. CNN reports that this is

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North Korea Threatens Japan With Bombs

Yet another threat has been made by North Korea to release its “super-large multiple-rocket launcher” bombs on an opposing country; in this instance, Japan. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un responded to statements from Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, criticising the number of missile launches reported from North Korea. Kim Jong-un

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Tensions Rise In Colombia As Protests Become Dangerous

Safety concerns are rising in Colombia’s capital, Bogota, as clashes between anti-government protestors and security forces become violent. It is a fearful time for citizens and protestors as the situation grows in danger. BBC has reported that Colombia President, Ivan Duque, has ordered security forces to continue to patrol streets

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