Titled Miss World for Canada, Anastasia Lin was supposed to appear in the Miss World 2015 contest in China, but on Tuesday, the Chinese government denied her from entering mainland China via connecting flight from Hong Kong. The exact reasons are unclear, but evidence suggests she was denied an entry …Read More »
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In the United States and Canada, both President Barrack Obama and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have discussed plans to accept Syrian refugees into their country. According to CNN, Obama plans to accept 10,000 Syrian refuges by the end 2016; however, President Obama is facing resistance from governors who do not …Read More »
At least 11 people were killed and 14 were injured Tuesday after an explosion in Tunis damaged a bus carrying members of the president’s security guard, an official told CNN. President Beji Caid Essebsi was not near the explosion, officials said. The blast occurred when the bus was parked in …Read More »
Brussels remained essentially under lockdown on Monday after overnight raids failed to trap possibly the most wanted man in Europe. This is the third straight day Belgium’s capital has been on high alert after warnings of possible terrorist attacks similar to those in Paris on Nov. 13. Belgian officials stated …Read More »
Computer hackers are often stereotyped as those who commit internet crime, while Hactivism is defined as computer hackers fighting for a noble cause. Ghost Security Group and Anonymous are Hacktivist groups that have both declared war against ISIS. According to Laurie Segall from KSPR, the Ghost security group made up of …Read More »
Gunmen, heavily armed, busted into a Radisson Blu hotel in Bamako, the capital of the West African nation of Mali, Friday shouting “Allahu akbar.” They took the lives of at least 21 people and trapped dozens in the building for hours, officials said. The shooters blew past the hotel’s security …Read More »
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Australian officials were working Monday to contain unrest at a remote detention center for asylum seekers in the Indian Ocean, with protesters lighting a series of small fires and guards withdrawing from the compound. The immigration department confirmed there was a “major disturbance” at the detention center on the Australian …Read More »
French President Francois Hollande announced the country’s retaliation shortly after a series of deadly attacks on its capital city, Paris, shook the nation on the night of November 13th. The president called the attacks on Paris an act of war, and announced the country’s response of bombs against the Islamic …Read More »
In light of the Paris terrorist attacks which killed more than 130 people, The Project co-host Waleed Aly used his “Something we should talk about” segment on the Australian program to call out the fear tactics adopted by the Islamic State, saying that the terrorist group’s agenda is to in fact …Read More »