World Slate

World Slate
Pope Francis

Pope Francis, is best known for his compassion for the oppressed, one who believes that discriminating in God’s name is inhuman, and an advocate for victims of war. May 6, the Vatican formerly approved...
Stabbing

NDTV reported on Tuesday morning, Sept. 20, 2016, at 13:36 p.m. IST, about another horrific incident of a crime against women in the Indian capital of New Delhi. The victim, a 21-year-old girl, named...
Israel

Israel peace talks are still at a stalemate after four days of meetings in Washington D.C., involving the Trump administration speaking with senior Israeli officials. In a joint statement, by the U.S. and Israel,...
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...
Oscar Pistorius

Former Olympian and double-amputee Oscar Pistorius has been released to house arrest from a South African prison on Monday, Oct. 19, 2015. His release comes a day earlier than expected and Pistorius' prison sentence...
Syria

There has been a lot of discussion in the news lately about the decision to allow Syrian refugees to enter the United States. Historically speaking, the U.S. has maintained an open door policy to...
Earthquake

  AP reported an earthquake measuring 7.4 rocked Japan at 16:25 UTC, on April 15, 2016. Several aftershocks have been recorded. The epicenter 10 km deep and 1 km WSW of Kumamoto-shi. Earlier NHK News in...
Blackwater Four Found Guilty

  Seven long years ago a private security contractor slaughtered 14 unarmed Iraqi civilians in Baghdad. 17 more were wounded. After a trial which began last June 11th, four Blackwater employees were found guilty in...
Libya

According to CNN, the United Nations released a report on Dec. 1, 2015, from an organization that looks into terrorist groups specifically in Libya. The report stated that ISIS has a powerful presence in...
Nasarawa

On Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016, a new feud erupted between the Fulani herdsmen and Agatu farmers in the village of Odeni Magaji, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. Over 30 people have been killed in the renewed hostility. According to Tribune Online,...
Sudanese

Sudanese voters are beginning to cast their ballots, going to the polls amid protests, according to media reports from the area. Voters were slow to get to some polling places in Khartoum, Sudan's capital. President...
Syria

The U.S. disagreed with Russia on their nuclear deal during the Sept. 5, 2016, G20 summit. As a result, Syria was suffering from bombings and the lack of aid. The U.S. and Russia then agreed to...
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