Author: Hannah Alexander

Crisis In Cameroon: Anglophone Separationists Aim To End Marginalization

The conflict in Cameroon is increasingly escalating in a dangerous manner. Cameroon, a country in Central Africa, experiences politically motivated conflict driving devastating effects on families. Cameroon is an official bilingual-speaking country, with French and English as official languages. Throughout the recent months, the latest conflict with the political-driven war

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Ethiopia: Political Conflict Gives Rise To Civil War

Attacks between the Ethiopian government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (T.P.F.L.), a political party established in the north Ethiopian region of Tigray, are growing into an increasingly dangerous civil war. The conflict began to unfold when Abiy Ahmed became Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in

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Why Yemen is Reaching Crisis Levels of Food Insecurity

The ongoing famine crisis in Yemen has devastating effects on families, including diseases and death driven by malnutrition. Yemenis have lived with this matter for various years, though recently food insecurity has been rapidly intensifying. A conflict driven by political differences ultimately further drove this country into severe famine. According

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The Tragic Story of Sarah Everard

Sarah Everard disappeared on Monday, March 3rd, and was later found dead on Wednesday, March 10th. Her shocking story generated worldwide heartbreak. She was a 33-year-old woman, working as a marketing executive in the United Kingdom (U.K.). Everard was walking home from her friend’s apartment in the south London neighbourhood

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D.R. Congo UN Convoy Attack

On Monday, February 22nd, at approximately 10:00 a.m. local time, a tragic attack took place in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (D.R.C.) killing three people and leaving four injured. Italian Ambassador to the D.R.C. Luca Attanasio, who has been in office since 2017, left Goma which is the capital

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