When I visited a trusted news site that I use from time to time, I saw that the international news topics were filled with headlines from Belgium. The Brussels terrorist attacks hit the world hard, and there are many things happening surrounding the case. For example, I was writing an article earlier and mentioned the disruption at the vigil. What I didn’t know was that it was a Nazi disruption.
One of the headlines was really disheartening, mentioning that it was hard to identify the bodies in the attacks. Things like that don’t necessarily need to be publicized, but that’s how the news works. They do bring you the latest, but there is a competition out there among the media outlets and that causes all kinds of news and different headlines. You never know how biased some of the information you’re getting is either.
Days after the attack, people are still missing, but people are hoping that these people are alive and will not be found dead. In other news, you’ve heard about President Obama’s visit to Cuba, but did you hear about the Rolling Stones going to Cuba? It was quite a big event, and I’m wondering if Mick Jagger had a Cuban cigar while he was there.
You’ve also certainly heard about the Zika virus in international news, and while the news is slowing down somewhat on this topic, I managed to see one headline in today’s snapshot of news topics. You know that board is going to change every day, and sometimes those stories can be very unsettling. There are many countries out there that aren’t much like our own at all. There are some bad wars and bad things going on out there, and that’s why it’s great to see positive news stories from the press, too.