Sunday, June 4, 2023

Church Of England Pushes For a They/Them God

The Anglican Church is considering using gender neutral terms during service as churches across the country are saying that God is not defined by the use of “He.”

Rescue Dogs Save Lives Amidst Turkey/Syrian Earthquake

A devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck southern Turkey near the Syrian border and killed more than 46,000 people. Thousands of buildings have fallen and thousands more have been trapped underneath. Thankfully, Mexico has sent their famous search-and-rescue dog team to help locate survivors, along with the help from the United States, UK, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Libya, Poland, and Switzerland.

Inside the Turkey-Syria Earthquakes

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has become the worst disaster in modern Turkish history. As the crisis continues, the death toll continues to climb, with the combined number of deaths in Turkey and Syria now over 50,000.

Brazil Election Riot

The capital of Brazil is reeling from an insurrection by supporters of former President Jair Bolsanaro, who stormed the city's government buildings just one week after new president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was sworn into office.

Six Critically Injured During Paris Train Station Stabbings

Paris’ metro system is large and intricate, and with more than 217,000 users every day, attacks are highly uncommon. However, an unprovoked attack caused six casualties and havoc in Paris’ Gare du Nord train station, alarming society and disrupting the morning rush hour train services.

US Military Launches First Overseas Space Forces Unit in South Korea

The U.S. Space Forces military branch has launched its first foreign command in South Korea in response to the rise of North Korean missile tests and launches this year.

Newsflash: The War on Ukraine is Still Happening

Even if it no longer is the center of media attention, the war between Ukraine and Russia is still happening as it draws towards its one year anniversary.

Covid Surges in China After Restrictions are Lifted

On December 7th, after three years of zero-Covid lockdown policies, China lifted its restrictions on the country. Unfortunately, as a result of the citizens’ newfound freedoms of travel, cases are spiking due to lax regulations combined with the annual winter surge.

Iran Expelled From UN Women’s Rights Council

Iran marks the first time a country has been removed from the U.N. women’s body after the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) dismissed them from the Commission on the Status of Women.

High School Afghan Girls Now Permitted to Take Graduation Exams

The Taliban government announced that Afghan girls will be allowed to take their graduation exams, but many young girls are confused as to how they could possibly take the exam with the expectation to do well, when they have been locked out of classrooms and have had no access to textbooks and the curriculum required.

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