The Pope will receive the reports from the members of the Synod, whom he convened nearly three weeks ago, on new pastoral practices on ministering to gays, divorcees and single-headed families in the Catholic Church on Saturday. Since becoming the head of the Catholic Church some two years ago, Pope …Read More »
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It was Thomas Sankara who said that “while revolutionaries as individuals can be murdered, ideas cannot be killed.” Granted, Fela Kuti was not murdered, but as another Felabration, or the celebration of Fela’s life ends in Lagos, Nigeria and London, England, one can see how that statement is totally apt …Read More »
Sweden seems to be one of those countries that does well in everything: gender equality, education, politics… So when an attack said to have a “racist motive” occurs, it shakes one to the core. The 21-year-old swordsman, whose name has yet to be released by police, came into the school dressed …Read More »
Hurricane Patricia, the strongest storm ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere, is set to make landfall on Mexico’s Pacific coast Friday afternoon. Residents have been warned to be prepared for torrential rainfall and winds reaching speeds of 200 mph. The Miami-based meteorological center sent out an advisory for “potentially catastrophic …Read More »
Robert Mugabe, the president of Zimbabwe, has beaten the secretary general of the United Nations, Mr Ban Ki-Moon, as well as President Park Geun-Hye of South Korea and Bill Gates to become the recipient of the Confucius Peace Prize, the Chinese answer to the Nobel Peace Prize. According to Qiao …Read More »
The South African government decided that when confronted with the inflation, the best solution would be to increase the 2016 university tuition fee by up to 11.5 percent. It all started with the budget speech by Finance Minister, Nhlanhla Nene in which the proposed tuition hike was mentioned. Immediately, the …Read More »
A masked man carrying a sword or knife entered a school in Trollhattan, Sweden and began to attack students and teachers at Kronan primary and middle school. The attacker killed one student and one teacher before being killed by police. Two more people were injured, one student and one teacher. …Read More »
Canada’s 42nd federal election seemed to spark a lot more interest and debate than there has been for the last few decades. Voter turnout has increased significantly, with a whopping 68.5 percent taking part in Monday’s polls, which is the highest voter turnout recorded since 1993. Voters who registered before …Read More »
While the Liberals, Conservatives, and NDP spent eleven weeks trying to earn the votes of Canadians, the satirical Rhinoceros Party ran to give Canadians an “alternative” choice. First founded in 1963, the Rhinoceros Party ran with the platform of “a promise to keep none of our promises.” Some of their …Read More »
Though election results are still trickling in, it’s safe enough to call the results. Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada have won the Canadian federal election with a majority government. The win comes after 10 years of Conservative government under Stephen Harper. The results come as a pleasant …Read More »