One Month Of Taliban Rule In Afghanistan

It’s been one month since the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan, after seizing control of the capital, Kabul. Since then, the country’s new leaders have been confronted with multiple escalating crises. 

Yemen Protest

Yamen's southern separatists have violently put down growing protests over living conditions in areas under their control. The head of the separatists' southern transitional council has declared a state of emergency across Yemen's southern provinces, including the port city of Aden.

Spacex Launches First All Civillian Mission

Space  X has made history by sending the first all civilian crew into space. For the first time in 60 years of human spaceflight, four civilians are in space right now, with no professional astronauts on board.

Hong Kong Court Jails 9 Activist

Nine activists in Hong Kong have been handed jail sentences of up to 10 months for joining a banned Tiananmen candlelight vigil last year

Taliban FM: Government Won’t Allow Militan Crisis

US intelligence officials have warned that al-Qaida could begin to threaten the United States from Afghanistan within one to two years. Afghanistan's new foreign minister pledged the Taliban will not allow militants to use its territory to launch attacks.


Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has visited Egypt for talks with President Abdel Fattah El Sissi, the first official visit by an Israeli Prime Minister in more than a decade.


Parents protested outside the Peruvian Education Ministry on Monday over a pilot program testing for the return of in person teaching in Lima amid the coronavirus pandemic. Parents association representatives see return to classes can be done when teachers and students have been fully vaccinated against covid-19.