International court issues war crimes warrant for Putin
THE HAGUE (AP) — The International Criminal Court said Friday that it has issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes, accusing him of personal responsibility for the abductions of children from Ukraine.
Concern about global unrest on the rise, research indicates
The world has faced two devastating world wars in its history, and many people are worried that current events indicate a fast-approaching third world war.
Provo residents attend candlelight vigil with Ukrainian refugees to commemorate year since war began
Over 100 people attended a candlelight vigil at Kiwanis Park in Provo in recognition of the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
BYU students organize fundraiser to help those affected by Turkey, Syria earthquakes
BYU students from the Middle Eastern Studies/Arabic Student Association are hosting a fundraiser on Feb. 24 to help the victims of the earthquakes in Türkiye and Syria.
BYU students discuss China’s increasing military presence over Taiwan
China is ramping up its military dominance over Taiwan this month with a dispatch of nine warplanes into Taiwanese airspace, coming after a series of major incursions.
Sidebar: The so-called First Green Constitution Was Rejected in Chile in September 2022￼
Sounds of democracy rang in the streets. Flags swayed, and people raised their voices to the beat of a drum. Dancers in traditional face paint led a crowd down the streets of Valparaiso, Chile, on Aug. 20, 2022.