Recap: October 26 – November 1

This week's news features the earthquake in Afghanistan, China's change in policy, Ole Miss flag controversy and the third GOP debate.

Sophie Feinberg, Editor

November 1, 2015

International Affairs The Latest: UN mobilizing to aid quake victims "The latest on a powerful earthquake in Afghanistan felt across South Asia (all times local). 12:30 a.m. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says U.N. agencies are mobilizing and are ready to support government-led relief operations f...

Recap: October 5 – 11

In news this week, ISIS destroys an ancient site, death tolls rise in Guatemala after mudslide, Boehner sets House vote, and deaths from floods in South Carolina rise.

Sophie Feinberg, Editor

October 11, 2015

International Affairs  Russia fires cruise missiles from warships into Syria "Russian warships in the Caspian Sea fired cruise missiles Wednesday as Syrian government troops launched a ground offensive in central Syria in the first major combined air-and-ground assault since Moscow began its...

Kenya School Shooting

Kenyan authorities help students and citizens out of the University during the shooting.

Robert DeDonatis, Staff Writer

April 14, 2015

On Thursday, April 2, a tragic shooting took place in eastern Kenya's Garissa University College. This tragic shooting killed 148 of the University's students and four of the gunmen in the attack. "I think that this incident was horrible; I mean how has religion gone from such a peaceful thing to...

Irrational Fear or Basic Instinct? Rise in Shootings Across Globe

The rise of mass shootings in the world is alarming because it puts many people's lives at risk.

Bhargavi Pochi, Editor

February 26, 2015

In the course of a few months, the number of mass shootings has significantly increased. On Jan. 7, Charlie Hebdo Headquarters was attacked in Paris, and 20 cartoonists were shot dead. A few months later, three islamic students who attended UNC were killed by their neighbor, an islamophobic man. Shortly...

15 Injured in Liberty City Shooting

The City of Miami is investigating possible code violations at The Spot.

Hilda Delgado, Staff Writer

September 30, 2014

Along the worn-down storefronts and dilapidated homes in Liberty City, the deluge of gunfire has become an all-too-familiar occurrence. This neighborhood is considered one of the poorest and most dangerous in Florida. Last Sunday, Sept. 28, 15 people with ages ranging from 11 to mid-20s were taken to nearby hospitals after being shot and wounded at an adult nig...

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