Despite making up the majority, Black people in Bermuda have to contend with systemic racism regularly in the workplace, at school, and elsewhere. Why is that?
A month after heavy rainfall, the workers in the flooded zinc mine in Burkina Faso are still trapped, and their chances of survival are waning.
Since his election in 2018, Mexico’s President Andres Manuel López Obrador (known as AMLO) has chosen to focus on public infrastructure investments as opposed to creating a hospitable environment for foreign investment.
The realities of addiction are immensely complex and not always met with support. Supervised injection sites are one harm-reduction model that takes a new approach to helping those who need it.
In recent weeks, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has made headlines owing to its decision to investigate atrocities committed in Ukraine – a country in which it technically does not have the authority to do so.
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