Iranian nuclear talks resume in Vienna

Nuclear talks from the international community with Iran have recently resumed in the Austrian capital of Vienna with all present parties drawing their deals between each other. Iranian representatives opened the talks with the hard suggestion that everything negotiated in the previous Nuclear deal could be re-negotiated between nations. When speaking to Iranian national television, Ali Bagheri, Iran’s top negotiator at the talks, said to … Continue reading Iranian nuclear talks resume in Vienna

Liverpool Hospital explosion declared terrorist attack

On Sunday, November 14th, an explosion from a taxi that arrived in front of the Liverpool women’s hospital exploded, causing no casualties, but significant damage to the front of the hospital complex. The explosion was caused by a passenger inside of the taxi setting off a homemade IED. Miraculously, taxi driver David Perry was able to escape the car before it caught on fire and … Continue reading Liverpool Hospital explosion declared terrorist attack

Assassination attempt on Iraqi PM

An attempt to assassinate the new Iraqi prime Minister, Mustafa al-Kadhimi, occurred on Sunday, utilizing armed drones to try to attack and bomb the Prime Minister’s residence in the Green Zone of Baghdad. The Green Zone of the capitol is an area with multiple foreign embassies, military centers, and other government institutions, which was originally used in the two Iraq wars for US Diplomacy during … Continue reading Assassination attempt on Iraqi PM

Australia reopens to International travel

The Australian Government has officially reopened the country for international air and sea travel to the country after 2 years of some of the most intense travel restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Many families who had been traveling overseas were stuck outside of their home country, and some had reportedly been trying to get back into Australia since the day the travel closure was announced. … Continue reading Australia reopens to International travel

Sudanese Military seizes power in Coup

The Sudanese Military and Defense Forces have seized power in the country after taking over the Capitol and arresting the country’s Prime Minister, Abdalla Hamdok, on Sunday. This comes after years of slow and shaky progress towards democracy from the Sudanese government, which had been implementing many long years of Democratic reform. The Military coup leader, General Burhan, has stated that the country’s government was … Continue reading Sudanese Military seizes power in Coup

Colin Powell, former Secretary of State, dies at 84

Colin Luther Powell, the first African-American US Secretary of State, died at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center at 84 years old due to complications related to his battle with blood cancer and COVID-19. Powell served under the Bush administration during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and also was serving in the Joint Chiefs of staff as the organization’s chairman before he became … Continue reading Colin Powell, former Secretary of State, dies at 84

Brazilian President accused of Crimes Against Humanity at ICC

President Bolsanaro in front of crowds in Brasilia (Adriano Machado via Reuters) Brazilian president Jair Bolsanaro has been accused at the ICC (Intl. Criminal court) of crimes against humanity by the Austrian group AllRise. AllRise has urged the UN to investigate President Bolsanaro due to his “widespread attacks on the Amazon, its dependents and its defenders that not only result in the persecution, murder and … Continue reading Brazilian President accused of Crimes Against Humanity at ICC

SOCAL Oil spill closes beaches, causes damage

The Austin-based energy company Amplify Energy Corp reported a leakage of oil from one of their pipelines leading to the shoreline of Huntington Beach, California at 8:55 am PST on Sunday. The spill was reportedly occurring for at least a day before, however, due to the fact that the spill was only first reported as a slick on the surface, it was not fully known … Continue reading SOCAL Oil spill closes beaches, causes damage

AMTRAK Derailment kills 3 in Montana

An AMTRAK Public transport train, which was on a route from Chicago to Seattle, derailed on Sunday in the middle of Montana while it was crossing a pair of tracks. The deadly incident occurred after the train departed its station at 4am, bound for Seattle in several hours. The derailment killed 3 and injured dozens of people, some requiring immediate medical attention. Members from the … Continue reading AMTRAK Derailment kills 3 in Montana

France recalls US and Australian ambassadors over submarine deal

The French Government in Paris has officially withdrawn all ambassadors from the United States and Australia after the Australian government ditched a submarine deal with the French government, and instead went with the United States for their submarine deal. Negotiations over the original French submarine deal occurred 5 years ago, and the deal was estimated to cost about 66 billion dollars in price. Both deals … Continue reading France recalls US and Australian ambassadors over submarine deal