Togo blocks internet access as protests continue
Protesters in Togo shut down internet access as they continue to protest President Faure Gnassingbe’s rule and proposed constitutional changes.
UN: 270,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh in two weeks
Rohingya Muslims continue to flee to Bangladesh in droves.
Boko Haram and al-Shabab recruits lack “religious schooling”
A new survey by the UN Development Program finds that religious schooling does not correlate with radicalization.
‘Manmade Catastrophe’: Yemen conflict has killed 1,100 children, says UN
The US-backed, Saudi-led coalition continues to have devastating effects on civilians.
Report: Climate Change Driving Mass Extinction of Parasites
A new report published in the Journal of Science links mass extinction of parasites to climate change and human activity.
Mexico earthquake kills at least 32 and sparks mass evacuations
The largest earthquake in a century leaves 32 people dead in Mexico and raises fears of a tsunami.
In Venezuela, Cooking With Firewood as Currency Collapses
New York Times
Political turmoil, inflation, and food shortages plague Venezuelan citizens.