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Libyan conflict escalates as migrants flee and oil prices fluctuate

Andrew Gilkey, World News Editor April 14, 2019

Both the World Health Organization and the United Nations are scrambling to curb the effects of recent battles between the Libyan Government and the Libyan National Army. The LNA has continued its siege...

Brexit woes continue for The United Kingdom

Matthew Meyer , Staff Writer April 14, 2019

With the continued battles, disagreements and delays of the Brexit deal, many in the United Kingdom are beginning to worry that they will never see the end of this dire situation. Yet again this week,...

Column: At the worlds edge

Column: At the world’s edge

Darren Mikus, World News Editor March 28, 2019

Look at any map of the world. Seriously, I’ll wait. Find the eastern tip of Africa, which juts out into the Indian Ocean. Find the country south of Yemen and east of Ethiopia and Kenya. What is the name...

Prince Charles visits Cuba on first British royal visit

Darren Mikus, World News Editor March 28, 2019

Charles, Prince of Wales, visited Cuba March 24, accompanied by his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. The two royals spent their first full day Monday touring Old Havana, the capital’s historic center. Prince...

Mueller finds no evidence of Trump-Russian collusion

Mueller finds no evidence of Trump-Russian collusion

Matthew Meyer, Staff Reporter March 28, 2019

Attorney General William Barr released a summary on March 24 of the investigative report on Russian government interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and alleged collusion by President Donald...

Column: At the worlds edge

Column: At the world’s edge

Darren Mikus, World News Editor March 22, 2019

There is a common joke about Greenland that is often taught as fact. Hundreds of years ago, during the heyday of the Vikings, settlers of modern day Iceland, wishing to have this fertile country to themselves,...

Yellow vest protest for 18 weeks straight

Andrew Gilkey, Diversions Editor March 22, 2019

The yellow vest protests in France have continued to cause destruction despite dwindling numbers. Demonstrations broke out March 16 on the Champs-Elysées, where protesters wreaked havoc on the luxury...

Brexit date delayed by British parliament

Matthew Meyer, The Carroll News March 22, 2019

Supporters of the Brexit movement lost another major battle in the British Parliament last week, as three separate votes have gone against the proposed Brexit deal, for the delaying of their departure...

Trump signs first veto after congressional rebuke

Madison Mooney, The Carroll News March 22, 2019

President Donald Trump issued the first veto of his presidency on March 15,  rejecting efforts made by Congress to block the national emergency declaration Trump made to secure funding for the U.S.-Mexico...

New Zealand shooting death toll reaches 50, burials begin

Darren Mikus, World News Editor March 22, 2019

The death toll in the Christchurch, New Zealand, mass shooting of worshippers in two mosques rose to 50 as relatives of those killed begin to bury the dead. Twenty-one bodies were released and identified,...

Column: At the worlds edge

Column: At the world’s edge

Darren Mikus, World News Editor February 21, 2019

There is a common joke about Greenland that is often taught as fact. Hundreds of years ago, during the heyday of the Vikings, settlers of modern day Iceland, wishing to have this fertile country to themselves,...

President Trump Declares National Emergency, Court Battle Imminent

Matthew Meyer, The Carroll News February 21, 2019

Hopes were high after last Thursday’s Congressional session, which approved a new border security and spending bill that President Donald Trump signed on Friday to avert a second government shutdown....

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