Month: December 2018

Flooding rain, severe storms to aim for southeastern U.S.

While the next storm on the way for the eastern United States will be warmer when compared to last weekend’s storm, it may create trouble in the South in the form of flooding as rain and thunderstorms beginning late this Read More

Jailed Bahraini opposition leader Hassan Mushaima deprived of his medication

Jailed Bahraini opposition leader Hassan Mushaima has reportedly been deprived of his medication this week as he continues to face restrictions to proper medical care. His son and London-based activist, Ali, tweeted on Wednesday that Mushaima “is still awaiting the Read More

How the media and elites fuel racism in British football

Over the weekend the two biggest British newspapers, the Sun and the Daily Mail, reported on the racist abuse suffered by Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling during Saturday’s game against Chelsea. Both led with images of Sterling standing dismayed, surrounded Read More

Berlin's Museum Island welcomes new stately entrance

As of 2019, visitors to Berlin’s Museum Island complex will gain access to its different museums via a new building, the James Simon Gallery designed by star architect David Chipperfield. Museum Island is a unique UNESCO World Heritage ensemble of Read More