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The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

Former Japanese Foreign Minister and current Prime Minister Fumio Kishida shakes hands with former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

Global Headlines (Issue 3)

by Margaret Cartee, Reporter November 30, 2021

COP26 concludes discussions on future climate action for this year Climate negotiations at the UN Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, concluded on Nov. 13 as world leaders finalized their future...

More than 400,000 Catalonian separatists rally on Sept. 11, the National Day of Catalonia.

Global Headlines (Issue 2)

by Desiree Luo, Reporter September 30, 2021

Trudeau re-elected as Prime Minister in Canadian federal election Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won in the federal election on Sept. 20, earning a victory for the Liberal Party, yet failed...

Global Headlines (Issue 1)

Global Headlines (Issue 1)

by Smrithi Sambamurthy, TALON People & Seniors Editor August 26, 2021

Afghanistan falls to Taliban control The Afghan government crumbled on Aug. 15 as the Taliban took charge of Afghanistan. Afghanistan's fall came nearly 20 years after the U.S. invaded the country...

A fire broke out at the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world, the Serum Institute of India, on Jan. 21, leaving at least five people dead.

Global Headlines (Issue 4)

by Isha Moorjani, Asst. News Editor February 15, 2021

London approves removal of statues related to city’s role in slavery The removal of the statues of William Beckford and Sir John Cass from the Guildhall home of statues was approved by the Policy...

Global Headlines (Issue 2)

Global Headlines (Issue 2)

by Arushi Saxena, Global Editor October 17, 2018

Getty Images Nobel Laureates Awarded The Nobel Prizes in physiology and medicine, physics, chemistry, and economics were announced in the first week of October. This year’s Nobel Prize in literature...

India passes historic legislation allowing constitutional freedoms for gay citizens

India passes historic legislation allowing constitutional freedoms for gay citizens

by Arushi Saxena and Irene Yuan, Global Editor and Reporter October 17, 2018

Rainbow flags draped the streets as happy couples, surrounded by clouds of multi-colored confetti, danced, embraced and kissed on the steps of courthouses across India following the landmark decision by...

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