Australia Bouncy Castle Tragedy

On December 16, tragedy struck the city of Davenport in the northwest of Tasmania. Five children died Thursday, at a school end-of-year celebration when a bouncy castle was lifted  into the air by strong winds. Three boys and one girl aged 12 years, and a girl aged 11 fell more than 10 meters to the […]

Red Friday: Cryptocurrencies’ Price Dive

Big and small cryptocurrencies drastically fell as Black Friday sales began, amidst fears over a new strain of Covid-19.             This year’s Black Friday sales began with cryptocurrencies suffering a sharp price fall, prompted by fears over the announcement of Omicron, a new, heavily mutated Covid-19 strain found in multiple countries. Among the cryptocurrencies are […]

China’s Crackdown on Education

The private education sector is the latest sector affected by China’s massive crackdown on private industries. The Chinese government has been cracking down on various sectors of its industry, including technology, cryptocurrency, property, and gaming. The most recent sector they have gone after is the private education sector, following the official announcement of the “double […]

The Privatization of the Aerospace Industry

Billionaire Jeff Bezos was one of the first to take advantage of the flaws of the aerospace sector when he founded Blue Origin on September 8th, 2000—a company that created aerospace technologies suitable for low-earth orbit travel. Blue Origin’s New Shepard is a developing commercial rocket that is capable of sending passengers to the frontier […]

An Uncertain Future for Female Judges in Afghanistan

More than 220 female judges in Afghanistan are in hiding, fearing for their lives after receiving threats from criminals they had convicted.  Concerns over human rights —especially women’s rights— rose when the Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021. Many feared that all the rights women had recuperated over the last decades, including the right […]

India’s War Against Women

(Note: Sensitive Content) Every 15 minutes, a girl in India is raped. That is about 96 rapes a day. Rape in India is the fourth most common crime against women in India. As it is the case with the rest of the world, the majority of rapes go unreported therefore unpunished. For Indian women the […]

A Long Awaited Court Case

On November 19th Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts and some charges dismissed. There is still a possibility that Kyle gets charged with possession of a unlicensed deadly fire-arm whitelist only being 17.  Count 1: FIRST-DEGREE RECKLESS HOMICIDE, USE OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON This felony charge is connected to the death of […]

California’s Homelessness Problem

In big cities in California such as Los Angeles or San Francisco, its inhabitants are currently living through a homelessness crisis. Streets are filled with homeless people. Human feces, used syringes, trash, vomit are among the things in the streets that are taking over these cities. The problem here is that the mayors from these […]

Gabby Petito Tragedy

The Gabby Petito case that had an entire nation praying for the best has come to a tragic end, with the bodies of Gabby and Brian being found.   In July, Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie were traveling across the country; everything was supposed to be an enjoyable trip that would create pleasant memories for […]

Rallies Call to Stop Asian Hate

In response to the recent rise in hate crimes targeting Asian people in the United States, there has been an increase in activism surrounding anti-Asian hate worldwide. This activism was encouraged by the U.S. protests following the Atlanta spa shootings on March 16th, in which a Georgia man went on a shooting spree and killed […]