June 16, 2020

The fall of Edward Colston’s statue in Bristol has sparked fierce debate across the country and the globe. The statue was captured during the Bristol Black Lives Matter protest on Sunday 7th of June, and subsequently submerged in the River Avon -  the very river in whi...

February 1, 2020

When looking at South Africa’s recent headlines, it is impossible to miss Jacob Zuma’s frequent appearances. The once ‘people’s president’ now stands on trial for twelve charges of fraud, one of racketeering, two of corruption and one of money laundering. 

During his ti...

January 17, 2020

My country is burning. 

The Australian bushfires have turned the skies from blue, to a deathly black, to a scorching red. The fires have killed 25 people since September 2019, as well as 500,000,000 mammals, birds and reptiles – the equivalent of burning down the Bronx...

October 14, 2019

The former French president Jacques Chirac, an icon in France’s political history with seemingly never-ending luck and one of the longest political careers in Europe, has died aged 86. Chirac, who was head of state from 1995-2007, held one of the longest continuous pol...

February 2, 2019

“Les Gilets Jaunes” has been a phrase on our lips throughout the Christmas break. This citizen’s protest movement – conceived due to Emmanuel Macron’s planned rise in fuel taxes – grew immensely following its popularity with an online petition. At it’s début on the 17t...

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