The Beirut Explosion
By: Badra Abbas, Mohamed Ahmed
October 11, 2020
On August 4th, 2020, a massive explosion ripped through the Lebanese capital of Beirut. Over 200 people were killed and thousands of others were injured. Lebanese authorities have since stated that the blast was the result of the detonation of 2,700 tonnes of ammonium nitrate that was stored unsafely at the Port of Beirut....
The Death Of The World's Largest Democracy
By: Alazne Qaisar, Badra Abbas
July 24, 2020
India’s treatment of minorities and in particular her Muslim population has recently surfaced on the international stage as a trend towards systemic oppression, suppression of cultural and religious identities, a rise in intolerance and discrimination.
How The World Failed Yemen
By: Mohamed Ahmed, Badra Abbas
June 18, 2020
Yemen is currently in the midst of the largest humanitarian crisis in the world. The country has been in a civil war since 2015, with two major sides: the Houthi rebels and the government....
Escaping Our Post-Antibiotics Future
By: Badra Abbas
May 28, 2020
There are many miracles modern medicine has afforded us, the ability to undergo organ transplantation, recovering from infected cuts and scrapes, and surviving some of the deadliest infectious diseases on the planet...