ISIS Troops Storm City Of Ramadi For Two Days

ISIS Fighters

ISIS fighters stormed the government building in Ramadi on Friday. ISIS started an offensive on the city of Ramadi Thursday and continued with wide scale attacks on Friday according to the province governor. The attack involved suicide bombers in cars and shootings with security posts in the Anbar province. Today the provincial government building was More...

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Myanmar Immigrants
By Katherine Murray On Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Myanmar Boats Still Stranded At Sea

Immigrants seeking asylum from Myanmar. Migrants from Myanmar looking for asylum from their country have been struggling in the Andaman Sea for over a week now. They have been smuggled with fishing ships however More...

The Alpine Eternity
By Katherine Murray On Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Iranian Vessels Shoot At Singapoean Oil Ship

The Alpine Eternity which was fired at by Iranian boats. The Alpine Eternity, a Singapore-flagged cargo vessel received shots across her bow from about five vessels in international waters in the Persian Gulf on More...

Street Protests
By Michael Burns On Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Japan Passes Bill To Increase Military Expansion

Pictures from the protests in Japan. A set of bills that will expand Japan’s military role and involvement in military actions was accepted on Thursday. Brought up by its Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the country More...

Beijing Smog
By Katherine Murray On Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Beijing To Test New Anti-Pollution System

Pictures of the smog in Beijing. China has been struggling with pollution for decades and now has one of the highest rates of pollution and toxic air content in the world. Next month Beijing will be the center of More...

Ebola Victim Burial
By Katherine Murray On Sunday, May 10th, 2015

Liberia Given The All Clear From Ebola

An Ebola victim is cremated in Monrovia, Liberia. Health experts from the World Health organization have declared Liberia as free of the Ebola virus which killed over 4,700 people in the country after a yearlong More...