Thana Faroq: “It wasn’t about the images. I picked the camera up as an act of empowerment”
As the civil war in Yemen intensifies, documentary photographer Thana Faroq discusses her affinity for documenting women, the power of photography and indifference to data Thana Faroq is a Yemeni Continue Reading
What is Pegasus spyware and why has the US blacklisted it?
The Biden Administration has blacklisted Israeli company NSO Group, responsible for the Pegasus spyware, from trading with US companies. The US government stated that the company acted “contrary to the Continue Reading
“GO HOME RUSSIA”: LONDON ANTI-WAR PROTESTS CONTINUE IN SUPPORT OF UKRAINE
Protests in London remain ongoing as thousands oppose the bloodshed that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war has caused in Ukraine.
Ukraine war: Syrian fighters offered $7,000 to fight for Russia in Ukraine
The Kremlin claims to have approved the application of “more than 16,000” fighters from the Middle East to fight alongside Russian forces in Ukraine. As the war in Ukraine continues Continue Reading
More than a revolution, a student photographer’s unseen Lebanon
From studying chemical engineering to producing photojournalism, one student’s historic journey
Humanitarian crisis deepens in Afghanistan, CHILDREN sold
The dire humanitarian crisis sees children dying of starvation as Afghans struggle to make a living. (AP Photo/Mstyslav Chernov) Seven months since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, the country is Continue Reading
Ethiopia’s Humanitarian Crisis: Where are we Today?
What has been Happening? Ethiopia’s humanitarian crisis is one of the biggest in the world. In early November 2020, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed ordered troops to the Northern region Continue Reading
Arms & Aid in Context
Arms & Aid in Context As military spending increases and aid funding decreases, displaced Yemenis suffer