The President of the United States listed the achievements of the country, while also attacking specific countries by name.
Monday was the last day to catch the New York Women’s September Market, a three-day fashion exhibit held by COTERIE at the Javits Center in NYC. The marketplace showcased the Spring/Summer 19 apparel, accessories, and footwear from various designers from all over the world in the form of five different shows: COTERIE, SOLE COMMERCE, Fame, Moda, and Sourcing@COTERIE.
The economic and security crisis in Venezuela has forced Latin America to react as Venezuelans look for new opportunities elsewhere. The response has been varied: from highly coordinated to nearly nonexistent.
Backstabbing for Beginners, directed by Per Fly, premiered Tuesday night at the iPic Theater in Fulton Market. The film stars Ben Kingsley and Theo James and was adapted from the true memoir of Michael Soussan.
“‘Trafficked’ follows three young women from the United States, Nigeria and, India who are exploited as sex slaves yet ultimately reclaim their dignity and freedom.”
On Thursday, October 5th, The UN Office on Drugs and Crime, hosted the premiere and gala reception for the very important and urgent film, “Trafficked”.
United Nations – United States President Donald Trump’s speech to the United Nation’s 72nd General Assembly was a expedition of name-dropping, finger-pointing, and hand-slapping, all somehow confined within Trump’s unmistakable “America First” campaign.
Lavrov asks to “cool down the hotheads” at the United Nations. Meanwhile, Tillerson doesn’t rule out Military potential in dealing with DPRK.
Canadian Prime Minister offered remarks aimed squarely at reconciling with the Indigenous peoples of the country.
UNGA 71: UNHCR Filippo Grandi, Nasser Judeh, Deputy PM Of Jordan; EU Speak on Migration at High-Level Meeting
A number of solutions to the EU’s burgeoning migrant crisis are presented at this high-level meeting during UN General Assembly 71.