The polio virus has once again found its way to Africa

Photo 1: Nyaluak Tebuom, 14, walks with a box filled with vaccines during a polio campaign carried out by The Global Polio Eradication Initiative in South Sudan 2011. Photo: UNICEF / Brian Sokol. Source: Flickr.

Of: Angel Collin

After 32 years of struggle, it seemed as if in 2016 the last case of wild poliovirus had been seen on the African continent, but the setback came almost six years later. A young girl is now found to have fallen ill in the Malawi capital Lilongwe.

April 6, 2022, News

Week 12: Debaters disagree about Sweden's refugee reception

"This is a new situation than in 2015, and it is important not to repeat the mistake of trying to backtrack or tighten or pull out." The environmentalists Maria Ferm, Rasmus Ling and Annika Hirvonen write this in a debate article about Sweden's refugee reception. Pictured: Syrian refugees crossing the border between Hungary and Austria on their way to Germany, 2015. Photo: Mstyslav Chernov. Source: Wikimedia commons.

Of: Angel Collin and Lina Kallio

Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues to dominate the media. The war has led to a debate about who should be considered refugees and when economic sanctions should be used.

March 28, 2022, Current debate