Category: World

Rampage 2019

When > 29-30 Mar Where > Antwerp, Belgium What > Rampage is an annual festival of Belgian city which focuses

Ethiopian Airlines Crash Update: Around 157 People Found Dead

People are in grief as the Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 crashed shortly after departing Addis Ababa on the way to Nairobi, that killed around 157 people on Monday at 8:44a.

Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Only Surviving Sculpture’ Unveiled

The curators of an exhibition in Florence have this week unveiled a sculpture what they claim is the only existing carved by Leonardo da Vinci. It’s always been part of Leon

International Women’s Day: A Brief History

International Women’s Day is a day to to recognize the struggle for women’s rights and celebrate the political, social, economic and cultural achievements of woman through

We have the Right to Live our Dreams: Youth Climate Strikers

The students striking from schools around the world in an open letter stating: “We are going to change the fate of humanity, whether you like it or not.” The letter says:

China: Government Commended Works in Xinjiang Detention Camps

Chinese Government ventures up the effort to clarifying its accomplishments in the area home to Muslim minorities. China's counter-terrorism oppression and de-radicalization e

India: Poisonous Alcohol Kills 85

Eighty-five people have died on tea estates in Assam, Hundreds more are sick; with many of them critical in north-east India after drinking tainted hooch. The tragedy took pl

China: App “Xi Thought” Rocketing up Through the Charts

An app “Study (Xi) Strong Country” produced by the Chinese government has become the most popular in the country, soaring up through the app charts with a little help from

Artworks by Adolf Hitler Fail to Find Buyer

In an auction at Nuremberg five paintings attributed to Adolf Hitler have failed to find buyers. The auction held amid anger at the sale of Nazi memorabilia. High starting pr

US: ‘Free the Nipple’ Campaigners Lose The Challenge

New Hampshire’s highest court has upheld the conviction of three women who were detained for going topless on a beach, finding their legal rights were not violated. In a 3-2