Sébastien Gray


About Me

Sébastien Gray is a published journalist and historicist with over 5 years experience in writing. Apart of the GoodHistory team.



Macron to Force Through Pension Bill

After weeks of protests and weeks of debate in Parliament, French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne yesterday announced that President Macron was invoking Article 49.3 of the French constitution in order to pass the Pension Reform Bill, which allows the...

BioNTech “BioNTainers” Arrive in Rwanda

Presently, 99% of the vaccines that Africa as a continent uses, are manufactured outside of Africa. However, German biotechnology company, BioNTech, is seeking to change that. In June 2022 the ground was broken for a fully modernized mRNA vaccine...

PM Pashinyan Warns of Escalation and “Ethnic Cleansing” in Artsakh.

“The threat of escalation along Armenia’s border and in Nagorno-Karabakh is very high now” - Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. Today PM Pashinyan held a press conference in which he not only reported on fears of a renewed conflict between Armenia...

Three Days of Mourning Declared as Greece Train Crash Death Toll Rises

"There was panic ... the fire was immediate, as we were turning over we were being burned, fire was right and left” - Stergios Minenis, a survivor from the train crash. Three days of national mourning have been declared as...

Two Trains Collide in Greece, Several Dead and Dozens Wounded

In the late hours of February 28th two trains collided in Tempi, Greece, one of which was a passenger train carrying approximately 350 people. Already at least 29 people are dead and at least 80 injured (these numbers are...

Egypt’s Rekindling Friendships

The Middle East is a particularly volatile region of the world. Nations allies and enemies sit right next door to them, and the constant wars and attacks change the political landscape regularly. Despite all this, efforts to restore relations...

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