This week, Yemen faces a cholera epidemic and several Arab nations cut relations with Qatar. Dylan Xiao and Marzan Hamid report.
Category: World Weekly
Thirty six are dead after a botched robbery of casino in Manila and the US backs out of the Paris climate accord. Jasmine Kang and Hargun Kaur report.
Emma Wai and Arani Kulamurugan report on the Sri Lanka flooding, the British Airways IT failure, and further US government leaks.
Hassan Rouhani wins the Iranian presidency and GM leaves the Indian car market. Read more in Dylan Xiao and Marzan Hamid’s newest World Weekly.
Jasmine Kang and Hargun Kaur report on the recent WannaCry computer virus and the dangers of another Ebola outbreak.
Arani Kulamurugan and Emma Wai report on the recently passed Trumpcare bill and Prince Phillip’s retirement from royal duties.
Marzan Hamid and Dylan Xiao report on the Turkish government banning Wikipedia and a catepillar species capable of digesting plastic. Read more in this week’s issue of World Weekly.
Hargun Kaur and Jasmine Kang report on the rising US-North Korea tensions, and the potential abolishment of a Lebanon rape law.
The US dropped their most powerful non-nuclear bomb, the Massive Ordnance Air Blast, for the first time in combat last week. To find out more, read this week’s World Weekly by Ruknoon Dinder and Arani Kulamurugan.
Emma Wai and Marzan Hamid report on Adidas’ 3D-printed sneakers, US’ missile attacks, and South America’s devastating weather.
Gilbert Baker, the creator of the LGBT rainbow flag, passed away on 31 March. Read about his passing and other international events in Jasmine Kang and Dylan Xiao’s World Weekly.
Ruknoon Dinder and Hargun Kaur report on the failure of Donald Trump’s new healthcare bill and the terrorist attack on the British Parliament.