High school students from the Washington, DC area held a ‘lie-in’ protest outside the White House, demanding gun control legislation. The protest comes after the recent school shooting in Florida, where 17 people were killed.
Cameroon’s President Paul Biya is facing one of the biggest threats in his 35 years in power as a separatist movement in the country’s English speaking regions gains ground. Soldiers shot dead at least eight people and wounded others in the two English-speaking regions on Sunday, the anniversary of Anglophone Cameroon’s independence from Britain
Thousands of protesters caused gridlock on the streets of central Barcelona on Tuesday morning, as they gathered in front of Placa de la Universitat to demonstrate against the Catalan independence referendum crackdown. COURTESY: RT’s RUPTLY video agency
North Korea’s actions have once again put the region and the entire world on edge. Pyongyang has launched another ballistic missile across Japan – for the second time in as many weeks. Earlier this month, North Korea conducted its biggest nuclear test. And there’s another meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the crisis. But will another diplomatic meeting do anything to help ease the fears and concerns over North Korea’s Nuclear programme? Video Credit: (Al-Jazeera)
Al-Shabaab has detonated a suicide bomb in the Somali border town of Balad Hawo, near Kenya, prompting a fierce and deadly battle between the group and local armed forces. According to a military official, ten soldiers and seven militants were killed before the al-Qaeda-linked group was chased out of town. However, a spokesman for Al Shabaab claimed it had captured an Army base and residents said fighting was ongoing. Video Credit: Euronews
Court orders INEC to continue recall process of embattled senator Dino Melaye. Video credit (Channelstv)
ESPN FC analyst Paul Mariner discusses whether this is Lionel Messi’s final season at Barcelona.