Russian air forces attacked rebel controlled areas in Syria on Thursday. It was the second day of attacks on militant groups opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
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Crowds of supporters lined up in front of Roy Thompson Hall for the Munk leaders’ debate on foreign policy Monday. Ryerson students were on hand to cheer for, and against, the three major party leaders as they made their entrance to the hour and 45 minute skirmish, which addressed the Canada-US relationship, Russia’s aggression in the Ukraine and the war […]
A Ukrainian-born Ryerson student is struggling to maintain normalcy in the face of conflict in her home country, where her relatives still live. Yana Kachaluba says she has grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins living in Ukraine, where war looms after after a week of the worst violence since a promising ceasefire between the government and pro-Russian rebels in early September quickly apart. Despite parliament voting […]
*All opinion and editorial is Rebecca Ananda’s.
*All opinion and editorial is Rebecca Ananda’s but facts are sourced below: The Guardian – Syria Data Blog CNN – Sept. 11th Fast Facts The Guardian – Sarin gas in attacks on Syrian civilians probably the government’s, says UN Al Jazeera – Death toll rises in northern Lebanon clashes New York Times -Syrians vote to confirm Assad’s son as President 1982: […]
Reporter: May Warren Camera: Chantale Dahmer Christy Ferguson spent last summer on the Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise ship. She shared close quarters with some of the activists who were arrested in Russia after trying to scale a Russian oil rig in the Arctic.
Ryan McKenna knew he wanted to be a sports broadcaster since his days in elementary school. A decade later, this dream is becoming a reality. McKenna, a third-year journalism student and Ryerson Rams broadcaster from Central Bedeque, P.E.I., is heading to Sochi in March to cover sledge hockey at the Winter Paralympic Games for the International Paralympics Committee (IPC). “I’ve […]