Mental Illness Data Gap Hinders Global Progress: Study Shows Wide Disparities in Prevalence Reporting

Washington, D.C. – Many countries lack data on the prevalence of mental illnesses in their populations, leading to wide uncertainties in global estimates and hindering access to necessary help for many individuals. A recent study by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) reveals the stark disparities in available data on mental health conditions … Read more

Access to Life-Saving Medicine: A Global Priority for Maternal and Newborn Health

In Malaya, a 19-year-old girl named Kaveri tragically passed away in 1934 due to severe bleeding after giving birth, leaving her son to grow up without a mother. Nearly a century later, the international community has pledged to eradicate such preventable deaths. However, progress in reducing maternal and newborn mortality rates has stagnated, leaving many … Read more

Attack on Bangladeshi Labor Leader Sparks Outrage and Solidarity from UNI Global Union

Dhaka, Bangladesh – The recent violent attack on Brother Amirul Haque Amin, a prominent labor leader in Bangladesh, has sparked outrage and condemnation from UNI Global Union. A peaceful demonstration in Savar turned chaotic as Amin, General Secretary of the National Shop Employees Federation and President of the National Garments Workers Federation, and his supporters … Read more

Road Traffic Crash Epidemic: Key Facts and Prevention Strategies for Global Safety

New York, NY – Each year, approximately 1.19 million lives are tragically cut short due to road traffic crashes worldwide. Beyond the devastating loss of life, between 20 and 50 million more individuals suffer non-fatal injuries, leading to long-term disabilities in many cases. The economic impacts of road traffic injuries ripple through families and entire … Read more

Volcanologist Warns of Santorini’s Tsunamigenic Potential and Need for Global Monitoring

SANTORINI, GREECE – A recent discovery by a team of scientists has shed new light on the potential risks posed by the volcanic activity on the island of Santorini. The findings suggest that the worst-case scenario for the island may be more severe than previously thought, raising concerns among experts in the field of volcanology. … Read more

Socialist Equality Party Gains Global Support Against Pro-Government Thugs After Violent Attack at Sri Lanka University

Moratuwa, Sri Lanka – The Socialist Equality Party (SEP) in Sri Lanka has garnered worldwide support for its opposition to a violent attack on its members at Moratuwa University by pro-government thugs. Dehin Wasantha and Lakshman Fernando, both members of SEP, were physically assaulted by the president and secretary of the Moratuwa university branch of … Read more

Thousands Rally in Solidarity with Palestinians in Global Protests against Israeli Bombardments

Islamabad, Pakistan – Thousands of people, including women and children, gathered on Sunday in Islamabad for the largest pro-Palestine rally held in the country since the conflict in Gaza began in October. The attendees expressed their discontent with the international community’s perceived inaction in halting Israel’s military operations. Similar protests took place in various other … Read more

Alexei Navalny’s Murder Exposes Russia as a Global Menace

MOSCOW, Russia – The recent death of Russian activist Alexei Navalny, after being persecuted, tortured, and ultimately murdered by Vladimir Putin, has drawn widespread shock, anger, and condemnation from around the world. Navalny was known for his courageous fight against the corruption and brutality of Russia’s regime, his advocacy for democratic choice and human rights, … Read more

Murder Map: Greece’s Position on Global Homicide Rates Revealed

ATHENS, Greece – The murder rate in Greece has been a cause for concern in recent years, with the country’s position on the world map of murders drawing attention from experts and officials alike. While the overall crime rate in Greece is relatively low compared to other European countries, the murder rate has been a … Read more

Sepsis: A Global Health Threat Affecting Vulnerable Populations and Requiring Urgent Multidisciplinary Approach

Atlanta, Georgia – Sepsis, a life-threatening condition, occurs when the body’s immune system overreacts to an infection, causing damage to its own tissues and organs. Anyone can develop sepsis, but older adults, young children, pregnant women, and those with existing health issues are at higher risk. Symptoms of sepsis include fever, rapid heart rate, confusion, … Read more