Author: Luning Hong

Escaping From Home: The Emigration Crisis In Algeria

Before Mostaganem became a place where the locals tried everything to run away from it, it was a lovely weekend destination by the sea for tourists. Over time, more and more young adventurers escaped to Europe from their homes in different cities in Algeria, leaving behind the political and economic failures,

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Dim Down The Lights, Light Up The Future

As millions of lights went dark, this year’s Earth Hour started. The annual event began on March 24th as a symbolic and powerful inspiration for saving the planet, having millions of people worldwide switch off their lights for an hour to raise awareness about climate change, “This Earth Hour…people around

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Stand Against Anti-Semitism, Stand Against Hate

A Sunday Review titled Anti-Semitism Is Rising. Why Aren’t American Jews Speaking Up? by Jonathan Weisman was published on March 17th, 2018 by the New York Times. Along with hatred against Muslims, blacks, Hispanics, and immigrants, American Jews are facing increasing anti-semitic hate crimes in the era of Trump. Yet,

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The Organization for World Peace