What is happening to Latina women in the USA?

This is how the gender pay gap affects these women

Is Israel's Prime Minister in trouble?

The nation's police force recommended the legal prosecution of Benjamin Netanyahu for corruption

Chile: ex-guerrilla member living in France seeks extradition

Ricardo Palma Salamanca was convicted of killing Jaime Guzmán, a senator and a lawyer in 1991

The Netherlands and the organ donation

The government passed a law that makes adult citizens donors


This was how the two Koreas came together during the winter games

After the extraordinary agreement between these countries to march with the same flag at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, the world sees another side of the North Korean regime

Why did the president of South Africa resign?

Jacob Zuma faces more than 800 charges of corruption, but none have been brought before a judge

Malaysia: controversy arises due to list that helps identify Gays and Lesbians

Sinar Harian newspaper aims to help readers identify people memebers of the LGBTI community

Alt-Right: The political movement that inspires mass-shootings?

According to Moonshot CVE, the audience available to Alt-Right propaganda remains “phenomenally larger” than that available to ISIS-type recruiters

Trump and McConnell

Congress Working to Pass Stop-Gap Spending Bill as Immigration Negotiations Continue to Falter

In January, the government shut down for three days while members of Congress negotiated a stop-gap spending bill

How are the relations between Dutch and Turkish governments?

These countries are experiencing one of the most difficult political moments

Poland and the controversial law about the Holocaust

On February 1,2018 the Polish Parliament voted a law to “rewrite” the Holocaust

Is it ethical to buy from Nike or Adidas?

The most valuable sports brands in the world have been criticized for their corporate practices, including labor exploitation and child labor

South Africa: How were 955-trapped miners rescued?

Workers from a gold mine have been safely brought back to the surface after a power outage

Ireland's polemic abortion ban will be submited to voting

25% of all pregnancies worldwide ended in an induced abortion, according to the WHO