It’s time to catch up on your world news again, and what better way to do so than to just spend a little time reading up on some of the major headlines so you don’t have to stress? World news has a lot going on since we have so many separate big and small events all throughout many countries at any given point in time. But keeping updated is important to understand how other countries and the rest of the world could impact your life. So, let’s discuss some of the most talked about world news this week to give you an easy to digest dose of this important news.
Peruvian groups have been protesting and marching for peace as conflict heightens in this country and the surrounding regions. Multiple groups started the new year by marching for peace as an attempt to continue to bring attention to this issue and possibly come to a solution.
Britain’s New Prime Minister
Britain has elected its newest Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, which was a big issue of debate among the country and many other regions affected by Britain’s decisions. But Sunak has been speaking out on his plans for the country amidst this and continues to move forward.
There has been a lot going on in Russia as some of you may know. The new year started with a large bombing attack on a base, which killed many troops and Russia is trying to blame on the tracking of troops’ phone locations. And, a major revolt leader recently died.
Mexico Jail Break
A major jailbreak happened in Mexico of multiple dangerous criminals, and it was a very large issue. The head of the prison was fired immediately after and there has been a manhunt underway to find the escaped prisoners.
Rebel groups in Colombia have been causing chaos and war among the country for quite some time now, and a supposed ceasefire was put in place that didn’t stick. Now the rebels are saying that they never agreed to said ceasefire which is causing a lot of issues and continuing danger.
Just as the year started, the Catholic Pope died. Pope Benedict’s funeral procession has now been underway to pay respect to the man that meant so much to the Catholic church during and after his time as Pope. His duties were passed on to Pope Francis in 2013.
Taking a little time to learn about the world news here and there can help you educate yourself on other major issues in the surrounding countries, and it can be a great practice to help you feel less isolated to your small community or region. But we know how difficult it can be to keep up with all of this news for your local and more worldly topics at once, so making this easy list of some bigger headlines in recent times in the best way to help you find that without too much to think about or stress over right now.