Several articles describe the deteriorating situation in Gaza, as the Hamas-run health ministry say the death toll has surpassed 25,000. Meanwhile, the British press reports on a scientific breakthrough in relation to Alzheimer’s disease.
In the US, gun and ammunition sales set a new record in 2020. Much of the increase is down to first-time gun buyers, especially women and African Americans. Deutsche Welle meets up with two women who got serious about protecting themselves with a gun in 2020.
26 Jun 2023
The Guardian takes us to Kenya, where accusations of murder and assault are flying at a Del Monte pineapple farm. We then take a look at how some French papers are strongly condemning, and others praising, the disbanding of a climate activist group. We also dig into the controversy over US Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s luxury fishing trip.
17 Apr 2023
The person who leaked US classified documents prompting a national security investigation is a gun enthusiast in his 20s who worked on a military base, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday, citing fellow members of an online chat group.
4 Mar 2023
The United States is bitterly divided over abortion and gun ownership. Is American democracy at risk? Our guests: Emilia Roig (political scientist), Laura von Daniels (analyst), Erik Kirschbaum (journalist)