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China Condemns Violence After Hong Kong Protests Continue

Last weekend, protests in Hong Kong over a proposed law to extradite criminals to China sparked significant response from multiple Chinese officials. The protests have grown increasingly violent, and police officials are resorting to tactics such as tear gas and rubber bullets to subdue protestors. However, protestors continue to criticize […]


Turkey Announces Beginning Of Joint Weapons Production With Russia

Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, revealed plans to deploy a Russian missile defence system by April 2020. In a speech given at an event on 15 July in Ankara, Erdoğan stated that Turkey will jointly produce S-400s with Russia. The announcement has caused tension between Turkey and the U.S., as […]


Trump’s Upcoming Visit To South Korea Sparks Hope Of Potential North Korea Talks

President Donald Trump plans to visit South Korea this weekend in hopes of resuming talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to shut down North Korea’s nuclear program. President Trump will also meet with South Korean president Moon Jae-in and foster “in-depth discussions on ways to work together to […]


Former First Lady Sandra Torres Leads After First Round Of Guatemala’s Presidential Election

The first round of Guatemala’s presidential election took place on Monday, resulting in Union Nacional de la Esperanza (National Unity of Hope) party candidate Sandra Torres leading Vamos party candidate Alejandro Giammattei by 12% of the vote. The final runoff election will take place on 11 August, with significant implications […]


Gunmen Attack Villages In Sokoto

Several gunmen attacked multiple villages in the norther Nigerian state of Sokoto on Saturday night, leaving at least 43 people dead after the overnight raids. The bandits also raided the villages and stole livestock, devastating local communities. These attacks have recently become much more frequent in many northern Nigerian states, […]