Bombed-out Ukranian ambulance on display in Vismarkt to raise awareness over much needed medical aid. Continue reading A bombed-out ambulance in Vismarkt to raise awareness over medical aid in Ukraine.
By: Emily Zaal Since the Syrian civil war started in 2011, Syrians have been fleeing elsewhere in search of better lives. 9to5’s Emily Zaal spoke to three Syrian people living in Germany to see how they are holding up. On February 27th of 2022, Firas stood at the Poland-Ukraine border aiding refugees to safety. He travelled 1300 km from Stuttgart to Kros’tenko. After one week … Continue reading Fleeing for a Better Life: Syrians Residing in Germany
According to the United Nations, over 3 million Ukrainian refugees have now fled Russia’s invasion. For those who remain in the country though, finding the vital medication they need to stay alive is becoming impossible. Before the invasion began, around 2.3 million people in Ukraine were living with diabetes. Of these, around 120,000 have Type 1 Diabetes and are dependent on insulin for survival. However, … Continue reading “Ukraine Needs Insulin”: The People Working to Supply Critical Medicine in a Warzone
On the early morning of February 24th, Russian troops entered Ukraine, beginning a “special military operation”. A recap of the main events happened in the first hours of the conflict. Continue reading Russia Invades Ukraine. A Reportage of the First Hours.
As tensions between Russia and Ukraine are rising, Poland prepares for a possible refugee crisis. Continue reading Poland Prepares for a Ukrainian Refugee Crisis
Russia has amassed over 140.000 troops at the Ukrainian border. 9to5 spoke to civilians from the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, only 40 kilometers from the Russian border, to get a glimpse into how this possible invasion affects their lives. Continue reading Only Minutes Away From Putin’s Troops: Ukrainian Civilians Speak Out
A new report states that the Dutch government and military authorities tolerated widespread violent acts during the Indonesian War of Independence from 1945-1949. These findings have sparked varying reactions from Indonesians and individuals of Dutch-Indonesian descent living in the Netherlands. Continue reading New Report on Dutch Colonial Violence in Indonesia Sparks Mixed Responses