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World Slate
President

President Kim Jong-un is playing a dangerous game with his continuous testing of weapons of mass destruction and threats against the United States. Because bullies love to push one another, on Tuesday, Aug. 8,...
Gard

Charlie Gard, the 11-month-old terminally ill British baby passed away on July 28, 2017. He became international news during his parents' fight to keep him on life support. After his passing, Gard's mom, Connie Yates,...
Mosul

Residents of Mosul are still suffering, after nine months of overwhelming urban warfare government forces, they are enduring an overwhelming crisis. More than 1 million people have left their homes in Mosul and small...
implicit bias

Few people openly admit to holding racist beliefs, yet, many psychologists claim that most, within society, are nonetheless unintentional racist as a result of “implicit biases” or prejudice they may harbor, unintentionally. Implicit bias is...
North Korea

Tensions are heating up between South Korea, North Korea, and the United States, but the blame game between the bitter rivals hits closer to home this time. Bonded by unease and hostility, the countries are...
Syrian

Syrian Democratic Forces unsung victory took place a few weeks ago. It all started once a U.S.-backed Syrian alliance of Kurdish and Arab bands pushed against ISIS in the jihadist Syrian capital of Raqqa,...
Germany

Germany sent more police to the city of Hamburg Friday morning, to help fight off protesters of the G-20 summit, which injured 160 police officers, as reported by Reuters on July 7, 2017 at...
Bombing

The New York Times reported that British authorities stated that the terrorist bomber named Salman Abedi conducted a massive explosion. The bomb was hidden in a trivial metal container, which was then placed in...
North Korea

Japan and South Korea said that on May 21, 2017, North Korea launched a ballistic missile into the nation’s waters off of its east coast. According to CNBC, the communist nation tested an intermediate-range...
Christians

The first ever World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians began Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C., and ran through Saturday, May 13. The summit hoped to raise awareness...
Iran

On May 3, 2017, at 12:45 p.m. PT, an explosion in Zemestanyurt, a coal mine in Iran, killed at least 21 miners and trapped many others. In the beginning, there was confusion about how many people were trapped...
Venezuela

Venezuela is facing a very uncertain and troubling future. The once prosperous South American country is staggering under the weight of President Nicolas Maduro's oppressive regime. Maduro became president four years ago, after the death...
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