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Ultimate review of 2011: July

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith   Norway attacks July 22 saw the horrific attacks of Anders Behring Breivik in Oslo and on the island of Utøya . Breivik exploded a car bomb in the the executive government quarter in Oslo. The explosion killed eight people and injured 10. Breivik then travelled to Utøya […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: June

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith     Middle East Once again, the world saw uproar throughout the Middle East as both Syria and Yemen took centre stage. Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh is taken to a Saudi Arabia for hospital for treatment after an attack on the presidential home. Whilst […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: March

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith   Uprising Continuing into March the Arab spring was still gaining momentum with protests in many Arab countries including Bahrain and Libya. On March 17 the UN Security Council, with the support of the Arab league, voted in favour of imposing a no fly zone […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: February

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith Uprisings February saw the Arab spring step up a gear as another Arab state seized the opportunity to rid themselves of the oppression they long lived under. The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak finally resigned after 30 years in presidency on February 11. His resignation […]

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Ultimate review of 2011: January

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith 2011 was a highly dramatic year. From uprisings to near economic despair; 2011 had it all. WNT looks back at the highs and lows, starting at the very beginning. Uprisings  The Arab spring was the first major international political event in 2011. Though only in its […]

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Can an Arab be funny? Can a Muslim tell a joke? Can an Iranian make you laugh?

By Naila Missous The tittle poses three very striking questions. The post 9/11 world in which North Africans, Middle Easterners and Muslims were enthralled into seemed to have scrubbed out any comedy and laughter that has always existed. Any positivity that existed within the region and conducted by its people was no more than an afterthought […]

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Victoria Secret’s lingerie: The shocking child exploitation behind the world famous garments

By Natalie Clark The lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret have found themselves caught in a child labour scandal. An investigative report from Bloomberg has shown that the so-called, “fair-trade, organic” cotton used in a wide variety of the brand’s products, is actually extremely reliant on the forced labour of children. The report focuses around the distressing […]

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Low Turnout at Egyptian Elections Hinders Rebuilding Process

By Naila Missous Parliamentary elections in Egypt  took place on the 28 November, 2011. These were the  first parliamentary elections to occur since the fall of former President Hosni Mubarak earlier this year. The parliament will be responsible for appointing the committee that will draft the country’s new constitution, which will pave the way to the presidential elections […]

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Nigerian Senate Pass Bill to Ban Same Sex Marriages Despite a Threat From the West to Withhold Aid

By Natalie Clark The Nigerian Senate have passed a bill banning same-sex marriages, despite a threat from the UK to withhold aid from nations violating gay rights. The bill, that was passed on the 29th November, calls for a fourteen year sentence for anyone convicted of homosexuality, including public displays of affection, same-sex marriages, and […]

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