The 2019 Climate March: The Social Issue that Captured the Hearts and Minds of the Youngest Global Citizens

On Friday, September 20, millions of kids, teenagers, and young adults from all around the world marched through the streets under the same cause: to protest the inaction from world leaders to act against climate change.

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Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa: It’s Nothing New

Last week, South Africa suffered several days of violent, xenophobic attacks against mostly foreign African migrants. These attacks were neither random nor impulsive but are deeply rooted in the dark history of the nation and its legacy today.

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Israel’s Elections May Bring an End to Netanyahu’s Career

With the results of Israel’s election almost in, President Reuven Rivlin will begin consultations with party leaders on September 22 to name possible candidates for prime minister. Israel’s two main political parties aim to create a national unity government after both sides failed to secure an outright majority.

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