by Jack Jenkins Apr 22, 2016
The groups are a part of a violent, multi-year movement.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 21, 2016
Suicide is not just an epidemic among Canada's First Nations. It tends to disproportionately impact indigenous people around the world.
by Justin Salhani Apr 21, 2016
April 24 marks the genocide's 101st anniversary.
Bernie and Hillary's rhetoric is divided on Palestine. On Syria, so are their policies.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 20, 2016
This is how the alliance got to be so fraught -- and why it took so long.
by Justin Salhani Apr 20, 2016
The Syrian Civil Defense Units are made up of more than 2,800 civilians who act similarly to a volunteer Red Cross.
Incidents of alleged police brutality have spurred protests across Egypt are reaching a fever pitch.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 18, 2016
The debate over the diamond's rightful owners has picked up in light of a powerful appeal for reparations for former colonial states from their colonizers.
by Justin Salhani Apr 16, 2016
This discrimination extends beyond Muslims, as Sikhs have also come under scrutiny while flying.
This is just the latest in a series of political messages Francis has sent to world leaders concerning refugees.