IMAGO Weekend Roundup. As anger against government restrictions spreads across Europe in light of new possible lockdown measures, Indonesia sees devastation from Mount Semeru and French politics sees far-right candidate Zemmour announce 2022 bid.
IMAGO Weekend Roundup. Protests made headlines this weekend the world over as people gathered to oppose Covid restrictions amid a fourth wave in Europe, in support of the migrants still trapped at the Belarus-Polish border and in anger at the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse.
IMAGO Weekend Roundup. This Sunday saw the COP26 summit commence, a huge moment for global struggle and arguably the most poignant and last remaining chance the world has to change the course of climate change around.
IMAGO Weekend Roundup. With news breaking of the Pandora Papers, the biggest ever leak in offshore data exposing the financial secrets of world leaders, politicians and the wealthy, we take a look at the other stories from the weekend.
IMAGO Weekend Roundup. With the German elections ending in near headlock - the SPD leads by a narrow margin to become Merkel successors.
IMAGO Weekend Roundup. Marking the 20th anniversary and the 2,977 people who died on September 11, 2001, New Yorkers gathered together with three presidents at the National September 11 Memorial in Lower Manhattan on Saturday.
IMAGO Weekend Roundup. Afghanistan life began under Taliban rule, school children around the world return to classrooms and the sporting world saw more controversies on the pitch.
Fan to freelance writer. Sam Hudspith muses over the role of the football fan and the culture surrounding them in today’s turbulent socio-political environment. Explaining his journey in becoming a freelance journalist within the industry, leading to a shift in perspective, we introduce our newest writer.