Author: Madeleine Jones

Journalist Missing In Turkey

Turkey has claimed that Jamal Khashoggi, a well-known journalist from Saudi Arabia, died at the hands of Saudi Arabia. Khashoggi was believed to have been killed in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last week. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, investigators believe the killing was done by a Saudi team

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North Korea: Peace Or Lies?

North Korea and South Korea have recently voiced their intentions to jointly host the 2032 Olympic Games, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. Kim Jong-Un engaged in talks with South Korean President, Moon Jae-in, and there is possibility of discussion with U.S. President, Donald Trump. These talks should be applauded as

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Russia Continues To Troll The West

Two Russian spies have been expelled from The Netherlands, the New York Times has reported. Accused of plotting to sabotage the cybersecurity of a Swiss defense laboratory that was analyzing the nerve agent Novichok. Believed to have been used in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, Novichok

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Western Countries Rally Against Russia

Countries such as Canada, Germany, United States of America and France have supported the United Kingdom’s assessment that the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia were done by Russian military officers. Skripal is a former Russian military intelligence officer who worked for the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) and

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China Fires Back At U.S.A.

China has fired back at U.S. lawmakers urging U.S. President Donald Trump to impose sanctions on the ‘rising power,’ stating that it is a waste of taxpayers’ money. This is in light of allegations that the Chinese government was imprisoning ethnic minority Muslims. Described as a ‘human rights crisis’ in

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Hostage Situation Continues In Southern Syria

On the 25th July, ISIS took 27 people hostage in Southern Syria. Around 16 children are included in these numbers, according to Human Rights Watch. Whilst motives are unknown at this time, it is believed that ISIS wants to leverage talks with Syria and Russia to their advantage. ISIS is

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The Rise Of China

Described by Forbes as a “rising power” in 2017, China’s role in the world has increased rapidly. Wielding the potential to be a shaping global force, China has influenced cinema, business practices, and global relations. The international community, comprised of journalists, diplomats, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), may be confused about

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United Nations Report Of Secret Internment Camps In China

A U.N. human rights panel gathered on Friday to discuss reports regarding 1 million ethnic Uyghurs that are being held in secret internment camps. Reported by the BBC news, the concerned panel discussed the ‘indoctrination’ that Muslim minorities were being subjected to. These reports came from multiple sources. One of

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Fresh Attacks In The Sweida Province

Recent media reports that Southern Syria has been ambushed by Islamic State soldiers. Attacks took place in vegetable markets, public squares and villages. The New York Times reports that according to a war monitor and locals the death toll is estimated to be around 200. Despite ISIS losing a lot

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Dozens Dead After Air Attacks On Rebel-held Idlib

Russian warplanes have launched strikes on the Rebel-held Idlib, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). Believing to have wounded over 50 people, the Middle East Eye (MEE) have reported that these attacks took place on the 7th June, weeks after the Syrian military regained control of Damascus.

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