Life in Aleppo, Syria

This month the Syrian Civil War rages into its sixth year. Everyday the death toll rises and more and more lives are ripped apart by the senseless violence. The only real windows into life in Syria are citizen journalists; local Syrians who broadcast the realities of Syria onto the internet for the world to see….

The sea of troubles

You’ve probably read or seen on the news that something bubbling in the South China Sea.  Here’s a 90 second rundown of the basics.   Header Image: US Navy ship in the South China Sea, Naval Surface Warriors/Flickr

Battleground Syria

For the last four years Syria has become synonymous with death, terror and war. What’s happened and why are we were we are at?

Sierra Leone days from ending the spread of Ebola

Sierra Leone is only a few days from being declared Ebola Free by the World Health Organisation.  On Saturday it will hopefully have been 42 days without a new Ebola patient which is brilliant news for Sierra Leone. It doesn’t mean the fight is over as there are still countries fighting Ebola, like neighbouring country Guinea….