War In Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday told U.N Chief Antonio Guterres, that the military operation in Ukraine was what he refer as a "Desperate Measure".  Meanwhile in Donbas, residents are struggling to survive without many of the basics, collecting rainwater for cleaning and washing up

More Sentence To Myanmar Ex Leader & Covid Cases Surge, Shanghai Hold Mass Tests

Myanmar's Former Leader, Aung San Suu Kyi,  was convicted of corruption, and sentenced to five years in prison on Wednesday, by the country's military-ruled court. Meanwhile, Shanghai's 25 million residents started a new round of mass Covid-19 Testing on Tuesday, as the government stepped up the efforts to screen out all positive coronavirus cases in the shortest possible period.

Housing Shortage For U.S College Students

College students in the U.S have been struggling to find accomodations, amid a massive housing shortage and surging rents, paying too much for Moldy apartments, commuting long distances or sleeping in their cars to get an education. And that condition doesn't appear to be changing anytime soon. 

U.S Deadly Fire & Melissa Lucio Death Penalty Execution Delayed

A New York city firefighters and a civilian died in a Brooklyn house fire, after the ceiling partially collapsed. Meanwhile, a Texas court granted a request by lawyers to delay the execution of Melissa Lucio, amid growing doubts about whether she fatally beat her 2-year-old daughter. 

Easter For Ukrainians Amid Russia's Invasion

April 24 marks two month of war in Ukraine, and Easter for Orthodox Christians, the vast majority of the country's population. Services this year in battle-worn areas, were often sparse amid growing numbers of deaths, injures and families fleeing their homes.