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Myths And Dilemma Of The Controversial “Virginity Repair” Surgery

According to BBC News, appealing to outlaw “virginity repair” surgery in the U.K. has recently raised public concern. By reconstructing a layer of membrane at the entrance of the vagina, women could become virgins again. Boycott towards such a medical procedure may not be a newly emerging response. In 2019, […]


World Leaders Offer Help as Coronavirus Toll Continues to Climb and Concern for Violence Rises

World Leaders Offer Help as Coronavirus Toll Continues to Climb and Concern for Violence Rises

In recent weeks, the newly emergent strain of coronavirus has sparked worldwide panic; coronaviruses typically originate in birds, but can evolve to affect humans and spread from one person to another. Coronaviruses are part of a large family of viruses that include the common cold, bronchitis, and pneumonia, but there […]


Lassa fever: Controlling the scourge of epidemic outbreak.

The recurring outbreak of the Lassa fever has become worrisome and life threatening in the region of West Africa, especially in Nigeria where more than 130 people have lost their lives to the deadly disease according to the Centre for Disease Control an Prevention (CDC). Lassa fever is a hemorrhagic […]

Lassa fever: Controlling the scourge of epidemic outbreak.

Violence Plagues Kashmir as Conflict Between India and Pakistan Continues

Violence Plagues Kashmir as Conflict Between India and Pakistan Continues

Since they both gained independence from Britain in 1947, India and Pakistan have engaged in two separate conflicts over Kashmir, a Himalayan region over which both countries claim total control. As it currently stands, each country administers a section of Kashmir. The most recent conflict over the territory occurred in […]


Contemporary Socio-Political Challenges in Croatia: Paving a Traversable Path to Change

Overarchingly, both of Croatia’s most pressing political challenges speak to the nation’s need to collectively embed and disseminate a construction of a modern inter-sectional identity of the state and its populous. This need stems from Croatia’s historical and political legacies and positionings: the contemporary political impact of a war for […]

Contemporary Socio-Political Challenges in Croatia: Paving a Traversable Path to Change

14 Killed in Burkina Faso Bus Explosion

14 Killed in Burkina Faso Bus Explosion

On January 4th a bus filled with passengers drove over a roadside explosive in Northern Burkina Faso, resulting in the death of 14 people. A statement from the government reported seven students among the dead. In addition, 19 people have been reported as injured with three of them in critical […]


The Impact of U.S.-Iran Relations On Iraq

The assassination of General Qasem Soleimani, head of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ (IRGC’s) Quds Force, by a U.S. air raid was met by yet another retaliation this Sunday, 22 January 2020, as the U.S. Embassy, located in Baghdad’s Green Zone, became a target for rocket fire. An initial military […]

The Impact of U.S.-Iran Relations On Iraq

"A Rapist In Your Path"

“A Rapist In Your Path”

Paula Cometa, Lea Cáceres, Sibila Sotomayor, and Dafne Valdés are the four Chilean women known as Las Tesis collective. They are the creators of the performance “A Rapist In Your Path” that has travelled the whole world. These four women, who created the performance as a protest against sexual violence, […]


Religious Groups Get Involved to Safeguard the Election in Cameroon

As Cameroonians take to the polls on February 9th, 2020, in the most hotly contested electoral process of recent times, most religious groups and missions have fine-tuned strategies to support and maintain the integrity of the electoral process. While Muslim leaders have been organizing regular Friday prayers to invoke the […]

Looming Elections Exacerbate Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis

With Strengthened Support From Catalan Separatists, Spain's Sánchez Aims For PM Position

With Strengthened Support From Catalan Separatists, Spain’s Sánchez Aims For PM Position

Pedro Sánchez, prime minister of Spain, has vowed to make a coalition government between Spain and Catalonia, ending months of stalled political advancement. This would be a groundbreaking move, creating Spain’s first coalition government. As a socialist leader, he has brought something new to the political sphere in Spain, along […]