Clinton and Trump put their boxing gloves on after winning Super Tuesday

Clinton and Trump put their boxing gloves on after winning Super Tuesday

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have consolidated their lead in the contest to become the presidential candidates for the Democratic and Republican parties, respectively. Twelve states plus American Samoa voted on the 1st of March, also known as Super Tuesday – the day in the US presidential primaries with the most delegates up for grabs.

Justice in Guatemala. Soldiers found guilty of sexual violence against indigenous women

Justice in Guatemala. Soldiers found guilty of sexual violence against indigenous women

The Guatemalan Supreme Court found defendants Colonel Esteelmer Reyes Girón and former Military Commissioner Heriberto Veldez Asig guilty. They were accused of sexual violence, and sexual and domestic slavery against indigenous Q’echís women from the Sepur Zarco community in eastern Guatemala during the civil war of the 1980s. They were sentenced to 120 and 240 years

Afghan boy Murtaza Ahmadi has finally received a real Messi shirt

Afghan boy Murtaza Ahmadi has finally received a real Messi shirt

Murtaza Ahmadi is a 5-year-old Afghan boy, lives with his family in the Eastern province of Ghazni, Afghanistan, and is famous for being the biggest fan of Messi, Argentinian football player at Barcelona and crowned FIFA Player of the Year – Ballon d’Or five times. One day, while he was playing wearing his striped plastic bag shirt

Ted Cruz. Vote for me if you love machine guns and bacon

Ted Cruz. Vote for me if you love machine guns and bacon

Apart from “courageous conservatism“, Ted Cruz loves machine guns and bacon (no joke). Born in Canada in 1970 from a Cuban father and American mother, Cruz grew up in the US city of Houston, Texas. He was adviser to George W. Bush’s presidential campaign in 2000 and elected Senator for Texas in 2012. Married to

The shots have been called. The first report on global corruption in sport is out

The shots have been called. The first report on global corruption in sport is out

The first ever Global Corruption Report: Sport was presented by Transparency International, the Berlin-based NGO that monitors corruption worldwide, on the 23rd of February. Containing articles from sixty experts, the document aims to restore people’s faith in sport in light of the corruption scandals that have afflicted it in the past few years. The values

#OscarsSoWhite: when the black movement creeps into Hollywood

#OscarsSoWhite: when the black movement creeps into Hollywood

#OscarsSoWhite is a hashtag that aims to focus public attention on the role and talents of people of colour in the entertainment business. April Reign, Managing Editor of BroadwayBlack and Editor of NuTribeMagazine, launched the hashtag on the 15th of January last year in response to the lack of diversity among the 2015 Oscars nominations. The