LOS ANGELES — As the Taliban closes in on women’s rights following their seizure of power, the state of female schooling hangs in the balance; the future of women’s education in the country is marred with uncertainty, contradiction and fear.  ...

LOS ANGELES — The thousands of Haitian migrants gathered on the border between the United States and Mexico have created a stark image of the scale of crisis migration in North America. However, it has also raised new questions about ...

LOS ANGELES — Ten years of struggle. Millions of people displaced. No sign of resolution. That is the current picture of the world’s largest refugee crisis and the reality of the last decade for the majority of Syrian people. Since ...

LOS ANGELES — In July 2020, amid the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, each one of the United Nations Security Council member states casted their votes on draft S/2020/667, an essential resolution regarding the humanitarian crisis in Syria. The draft ...

LOS ANGELES — Just a few weeks ago, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti’s southwestern region. The survivors, still burying the dead and mourning the lost, are in desperate need of aid that is just barely trickling into the country.  ...

LOS ANGELES — The newly released Tamil song, “Enjoy Enjaami,” has taken the South Asian music scene by storm. Sung by Sri Lankan-Australian singer Dhee and Indian rapper Arivu, the song has touched audiences across India. As of September, the ...

LOS ANGELES — New legislation in Texas surrounding abortion access is sending shock waves around the world. The bill bans abortions after six weeks, before most women even know they are pregnant, circumventing constitutional provisions of the right to abortion ...

LOS ANGELES — On Sept. 5, gunfire raged through the streets of Conakry, the capital of the West African nation of Guinea. These shots were the result of a military takeover by Guinea’s armed forces, commanded by Col. Mamady Doumbouya, ...

LOS ANGELES — I was born one month after 9/11 in New York City. And though I do not remember the day the towers fell, the stories and effects of this horrific day, and the sadness that followed, is at ...

LOS ANGELES — On July 11, thousands of Cubans took to the streets, eager for the liberty that decades of dictatorship and recent economic collapse denied them. According to reports on the ground, the Cuban government responded swiftly and brutally, ...