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Senior Reporter

With over more than 6 years of writing obituaries for the local paper, Senior Reporter has a uniquely strong voice that shines through in his newest collection of essays and articles, which explores the importance we place on the legacy.

Can International Courts Protect Women’s Rights In Afghanistan Against Taliban?

Can International Courts Protect Women’s Rights In Afghanistan Against Taliban?

The situation for women and girls in Afghanistan has been very challenging since the Taliban took control in August 2021.  The Taliban have placed many restrictions on them, which are against their rights. This situation

Undermining Asylum: Political Maneuvers Threaten the Right to Seek Refuge in the UK

Undermining Asylum: Political Maneuvers Threaten the Right to Seek Refuge in the UK

In the Midst of Political fervor and Election-year Posturing, the Right to Seek Asylum in the United States has become a Contentious issue. Demonstrators Gathered near the White House in March 2023 to Protest Reported

Why Is It Important To Set Boundaries At Work As An Employee?

Why Is It Important To Set Boundaries At Work As An Employee?

Setting boundaries at work is essential for employees, including team leaders, to maintain a healthy work-life balance and avoid burnout.  When employees set boundaries, they clearly define what they are willing and able to do

Human Rights & Animal Welfare: The Controversial Mexico Bullfighting

Human Rights & Animal Welfare: The Controversial Mexico Bullfighting

Bullfighting started again in Mexico City on Sunday at Plaza México, the biggest place for bullfights in the world. This happened even though there's been a lot of arguing about whether it's right or wrong. 

Reporting never been this challenging: Israel-Gaza war taking a severe toll on journalists

Reporting never been this challenging: Israel-Gaza war taking a severe toll on journalists

The raging conflict in the Middle East has made reporting unprecedently challenging. It erupted on October 7 as Hamas militants launched a surprise attack on southern Israel and the Israeli military responded, launching strikes on

Japan’s Record-breaking Milestone Over 2 Million Foreign Workers Tackle Labor Shortage”

Japan’s Record-breaking Milestone Over 2 Million Foreign Workers Tackle Labor Shortage”

Japan is facing a big challenge because there aren't enough people to do all the jobs that need to be done. In October 2023, the number of foreign workers in Japan went over 2 million

Protesters In Paris Rally Against France’s Stricter Immigration Laws

Protesters In Paris Rally Against France’s Stricter Immigration Laws

In Paris, France, many people recently protested against a new law that makes immigration rules stricter. On January 21, 2024, they gathered in Trocadero Square. Youssouf Doucoure, 25, from Mali, was there too. He feels

What is Nitrogen asphyxiation? Alabama prepares for US’s first nitrogen-gas execution

What is Nitrogen asphyxiation? Alabama prepares for US’s first nitrogen-gas execution

The US Supreme Court has declined a plea to stop Alabama from carrying out the country's first-ever nitrogen-gas execution, scheduled for Thursday. The court was hearing a matter related to the death penalty awarded to

Joe Biden Addresses Blue Collar Workers At UAW Conference

Joe Biden Addresses Blue Collar Workers At UAW Conference

President Joe Biden is set to be the main speaker at the United Auto Workers' (UAW) conference in Washington. This event is important for him to gain support from blue-collar workers in important states like

Protests In Germany: AfD’s Nationalist Agenda Versus Migrants’ Opposition

Protests In Germany: AfD’s Nationalist Agenda Versus Migrants’ Opposition

Recently in Germany, there have been large protests in many cities. These protests are a reaction to a controversial plan discussed by some members of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, a far-right political group.