London world’s most sustainable city

London world’s most sustainable city

London must invest further in infrastructure if it is to remain the world’s most sustainable city, experts warn. The 2018 ”Arcadis Sustainable Cities Index” ranked London as number one, ahead of Stockholm, Frankfurt, Singapore, New York and Paris, when compared against three pillars of sustainability. 100 cities were ranked on...

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2018: A Retrospective of World Events

2018: A Retrospective of World Events

  It would be an understatement to say that 2018 was an eventful year. Going into 2019, “KCW Today” has gathered a selection of some of the most memorable and noteworthy events of 2018.   January   North and South Korea Meeting: Delegates from the two Koreas met in the...

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2018: A Retrospective of World Events

2018: A Retrospective of World Events

It would be an understatement to say that 2018 was an eventful year. Going into 2019, KCW Today has gathered a selection of some of the most memorable and noteworthy events of 2018.   January   North and South Korea Meeting – Delegates from the two Koreas met in the...

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California suffers largest wildfire in its history

California suffers largest wildfire in its history

Wildfires continued to terrorise the state of California during the weekend, with the death toll tragically rising to 42. Californians find themselves in a state of shock as thousands of people were evacuated from the area. On top of the 42 people confirmed dead, over 220 people are still unaccounted...

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Google Employees Walkout in Protest

Google Employees Walkout in Protest

On November 1st, Google employees around the world walked off the job in protest and solidarity with women who have experienced harassment in the workplace. The employees are demanding extensive and decisive changes in how sexual misconduct allegations are dealt with at Google. The walkout gathered more support than was...

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Urgent Appeal To Aid Indonesia

Urgent Appeal To Aid Indonesia

On the evening of September 28th, the Indonesian island of Sulawesi was hit by a tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake along a fault line located six miles beneath the surface of the island. In the wake of the tsunami which devastated the Indonesian island an urgent appeal has...

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Republic of North Macedonia?

Republic of North Macedonia?

On September 30th, the Republic of Macedonia held a referendum on the name of their country. The final result came in at 94.18 percent in favor of renaming the country to the “Republic of North Macedonia.” However, the referendum was invalid because only 37 percent of eligible voters participated. According...

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Bloomberg News Reporter Reassigned by Wells Fargo

Bloomberg News Reporter Reassigned by Wells Fargo

In a remarkable display of news outlets caving to pressure from the big banks they are meant to hold to account, an accomplished Bloomberg News Reporter named Shahien Nasiripour was taken off his beat and assigned to cover the Trump Organization at the behest of the Wells Fargo CEO himself....

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Social Media Crack Down on ‘Propaganda’

Social Media Crack Down on ‘Propaganda’

At the end of August, Twitter, Facebook, and Google had announced that they had taken down a large number of accounts promoting ‘Iranian propaganda’ with anti-Saudi, anti-Israeli, and pro-Palestinian themes. Iran currently bans its citizens from accessing Google, Facebook and Twitter and severely throttles the speed of it citizen’s internet...

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U.N. Urges War Crimes Investigation in Myanmar

U.N. Urges War Crimes Investigation in Myanmar

On August 27th, the United Nations released the report of its fact finding mission Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar. The report said that Myanmar’s top military generals, including Commander-in-Chief Senior-General Min Aung Hlaing, must be investigated and prosecuted for genocide in the north of Rakhine State, as well as...

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