Papalcy visits Hungary, criticizing nationalist policies

Pope Francis of the Catholic church based in the Vatican City visited Hungary recently, and its prime minister, Viktor Orban, as part of a Papal trip around Europe. At a mass held in Budapest on Sunday, Francis said “All Hungarians must open their arms for everyone”. Pope Francis and Prime Minister Orban are both polar opposites on the issue of Immigration. For instance, Francis brought … Continue reading Papalcy visits Hungary, criticizing nationalist policies

Guinea coup leaves International community rattled

A Coup has recently occurred in the African country of Guinea, amid a wave of recent power grabs in the region. On Monday, an elite Special Forces unit of the Guinea army seized control of the Presidential palace, the capital, and said they had arrested the sitting president, Alpha Conde. They made the claim that the country had “Experienced great economic development, yet not a … Continue reading Guinea coup leaves International community rattled

Tigray war in Ethiopia drags on into tenth month

The Tigray civil war in Ethiopia, which started in November 2020 after the Ethiopian government in Addis Ababa attempted to consolidate political control of the Tigray region in Northern Ethiopia, has dragged on to the end of its ninth month and into its tenth. This marks a point in which the conflict has been occurring for almost a Year. The conflict has been marked by … Continue reading Tigray war in Ethiopia drags on into tenth month