By Bryan Michael
One sits in their bedroom feeling isolated from the world. Feeling insignificant to the people around them. Feeling like there is nothing in this world for them and that the pain of existence is never ending. Feeling that the only way to end the pain is to take their life or the life of another.
Source: Nina Porzucki, PRI's The World
We don't think about The Gambia a lot. The small, snake-shaped West African nation is tucked literally inside of Senegal, with just a tiny coastline touching the Atlantic.
Its president, Yahya Jammeh, has ruled for 20 years with “an iron fist," says Jeffrey Smith of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.
Source: The Onion
This is not an article but a dedication to the fallen at Charlie Hebdo. Showing terrorists that nothing can stop the ones who practice freedom.