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Dear Refugee Crises - Valentina Georgieva

A letter written to the current Refugee Crises world wide written by Valentina as part of the ScribersHive Europe programme.

The Effect of the Refugee Crisis on Children

Refugee statistics from The UN Refugees Agency (UNHCR) shows that there are 65.8 million refugees around the world. Those that have to leave their own country also bare with the issues of 28 million child refugees. The situation in temporary…

Women Across the Country Changing the Face of American Politics

The 2018 U.S. Midterm Elections was a historic election of firsts for American women.

Package Bombs Sent to Prominent Democrats Ahead of Elections

Two weeks before the US Midterm Elections package bombs were sent to prominent Democrats, including former President Obama, by a Trump supporter. What do these attempted bombings show about the United States' current politic climate?

Trump Visit Causes Unrest in Pittsburgh after Synagogue Shooting

The Jewish community in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is mourning those who lost their lives in the massacre that occurred at Tree of Life synagogue last Saturday.

Netherlands Intelligence Accuses Russia of Cyber-plotting

Russian operatives have been accused of plotting to hack target the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

Why the United States’ Power is Dangerous

The United States of America portrayed themselves as protectors of freedom and liberty as the reason why they are so powerful but a closer inspection reveals unconstraint power could have dire consequences.

China Could Lift Anti-Natal Policy after 40 Years

China may give their almost 40-year anti-natal policy the scrap due to their increasing ageing population and fall in birth rates.

Vaccines: A Cure for Some, An Infection for Others

As the number of people infected with Measles increases for the first time since 2016 and the World Health Organisation pushes for a 95% immunisation rate, important decisions will have to be made about the role of vaccines in treating life threatening illnesses.

Members of the Windrush Generation are told ‘Sorry’ but Continue to Suffer

Home Secretary Sajid Javid has apologised to 18 members of the Windrush generation who may have been wrongfully deported. The government continues to acknowledge its involvement in the issue but many are wondering how they intend to mend the wounds caused by over half a decade's worth of mistakes.