What started with young men vandalizing the walls of a school with the words “It’s your turn, Doctor Bashar al-Assad” in February 2011 has evolved into six years of bloodshed, violence and destruction. Syria, the Arab Spring’s greatest failure, is fast approaching another anniversary. Newsweek details Syria’s descent into war, one that has transformed a people, a country, and a region, potentially forever.
Mar 13, 2017
Thousands of US Marines are allegedly sharing compromising photos and videos of female Marines and veterans in a Facebook group, Marines United. The Naval Criminal Investigation Service began investigating after reports on a Marine news site.Commandant of the Marine Corps, General Robert B Neller, has called the incident embarrassing” and urged victims to come forward. The investigation hasnt stopped Marines United members from sharing nude photos though.
Mar 11, 2017
Women marched and protested a range of issues around the world on International Women’s day on 8 March. Women demonstrated against abortion, discrimination and politics in countries like the USA, Brazil, Turkey and Belgium. Women around the world were urged to take the day off work to help the demonstrations.
Mar 9, 2017
Facebook group hosting naked photos of women soldiers discovered, US military launches investigation
Rare Siberian tigers have been ditching the winter weight by chasing a drone up and down their enclosure. Tiger’s horde calories over the winter months, but the exercise from chasing the drone and with spring on the horizon, experts predict that they will once again be lean and mean in about two months. The game was going great until a two-year-old tiger clawed the drone out of the air and tried to make it its lunch.
Feb 23, 2017
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