By Devin Dubon Officials are sorting through the debris for survivors after the devastating earthquake that hit Mexico on September 19th. The 7.1 magnitude quake destroyed cities in Central Mexico and killed at least 237 people so far, leaving hundreds more injured or displaced. This comes only 12 days after a magnitude 8.4 earthquake, the… Read More Earthquake Devastates Central Mexico
By Sarah Lemos Back in January Trump had a call with Mexican President, Enrique Peña Nieto, and Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull, that was recently leaked to the public a few days ago. Among the topics discussed in the call, the fact that president Donald Trump called New Hampshire a “drug-infested den,” was one… Read More Trump’s Call with Peña Nieto Revealed
By Daylin Delgado On July 28, North Korea launched a missile which traveled 621 miles laterally for 45 minutes, According to the Pentagon, it is the the longest ballistic missile flight in North Korea’s history. Before its lateral flight, the ICBM missile traveled 2,300 miles into space; if angled correctly, the missile could potentially strike… Read More What North Korea Is Working on and How It Poses a Threat
By Nathalie Del Valle Saturday, July 8, Leopoldo López was released from prison and placed under house arrest after being imprisoned for over three years. Leopoldo López is a Venezuelan politician that founded a political party named Voluntad Popular and co-founded the political party Primero Justicia. He also was the mayor of Chacao from 2000… Read More Venezuelan Politician, Leopoldo López, Released From Prison And Now On House Arrest
By Alexandra Reboredo One week after the Paris attacks, terrorists targeted a busy international hotel in the former French colony of Mali’s capital, killing 19 people. Heavily-armed men raided the Radisson Blu in Bamako, Mali, shouting “God is great” in Arabic. They aimed and shot aimlessly as guests frantically searched for cover around the hotel.… Read More Extremist Group Behind Attack on Mali
By Nathalie Mairena At least eight terrorists attacked six different locations in the center of Paris Friday. Out of the eight attackers, seven died in apparent suicide bombings. The attacks began almost simultaneously at 9:20 pm, with attackers detonating explosives and shooting into local restaurants and cafes. They were seen with AK-47 automatic weapons and… Read More Paris Attacks: The Facts
By Cesar Zafra What used to be a consistently active international bridge now isolates two neighboring countries from easy access to each other. The Simón Bólivar Bridge connects Venezuela and Colombia, allowing thousands of migrants to travel back and forth rather than having to migrate through the inconvenient rural paths of the land. Venezuela, a… Read More Venezuela’s Deportation of Colombian Migrants: A Humanitarian Emergency
By Carolina Espinal It was the outbreak that circled every social media platform, it was the wave that impacted countries worldwide and it was the global phenomenon that triggered an immediate call to action: the European migrant crisis- otherwise known as the European refugee crisis emerged from a surge of refugees and migrants coming into… Read More European Migrant Crisis: What’s Happening
Over 2000 victims have already been claimed by Ebola in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone, but throughout the world there is something spreading much quicker: Ebola hysteria. Currently, there have been efforts to gain a vaccine for the disease, but there are far deadlier diseases that are closer to home.
German private detectives working for a mysterious donor are promising $30 million to whoever can provide evidence of the culprit responsible for the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster. This bounty of $30 million is already the highest offered in history, exceeding the $25 million offered for clues leading to Osama Bin Laden’s hideout.