World Slate

World Slate
China

China is increasing its territory and its problems. Recently, it has been building islands in the South China Sea. The international community disputes these and the islands are viewed as China threatening its neighbors, Vietnam and the Philippines....
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,...

A car accident ramming into pedestrians on Essex Street, in the Islington district of London, England has left at least four people injured. As people were on the sidewalk outside the Old Queens Head...
Middle East

As the U.S. and U.K. imposed a Middle East laptop ban, visitors may decide to curtail non-essential traveling to affected countries. The barring of carry-on electronics, larger than a smartphone, for those traveling to...
Rex Tillerson

Rex Tillerson is serious about the North Korean threat. During each stop on the secretary of state's visit to Asia, Tillerson made this clear. His message was a consistent testimony to American concerns about the...
Jolie

Filmmaker and activist, Angelina Jolie, delivered her first lecture at London School of Economics on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Jolie accepted a position as a visiting professor. She, along with three others, will teach a course called...
NATO

Donald Trump is speaking about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, claiming that Germany owes money for U.S. protection. After a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, on Friday, March 17, 2017, Trump took to...
Shooting

Shots were fired at a suspect outside the Houses of Parliament. Now known, is that an officer was stabbed and shot his assailant. Those inside Westminster Palace reported the shooting and recalled hearing at...
Plane Crash

A plane crash, at Wau airport in South Sudan, injured at least 25 people on March 20, 2017. The commercial plane left Juba and was headed to the capital, Wau, when it made a crash...
South Korea

Some would say, that North Korea was quick to respond in calling the ousted South Korean President, Park Geun-hye, a common criminal. The North Korean state-run news agency, KCNA, reported on Park's removal, which was...
Kim

There are many in North Korea that view their leader, Kim Jong-un as super human. However, there are those from the outside, that look at Kim's scary side of evil as an understatement. This...
war

On Friday, Jan. 27, 2017, President Trump signed executive orders that placed a temporary ban on refugees. This was an indefinite ban on refugees from war-torn Syria. Mikhail Gorbachev warned that "it looks as if the...
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