Canada’s parliament says China committed genocide against Muslim minorities

February 23, 2021

Though Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Cabinet abstained from Monday’s vote, a majority of lawmakers — including many Liberals who participated — voted in support of the motion, which was brought by the opposition Conservative Party. The motion, which recognizes “that a genocide is currently being carried out by the People’s Republic of China against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims,” also calls on the International Olympic Committee to…

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Protests in Haiti as political standoff continues

February 22, 2021

“Those of us fighting, who want another Haiti, a Haiti pearl of the Antilles, say no to the dictatorship,” one protester told Reuters in capital city Port-au-Prince, where Haitian opposition and civil society groups had called the demonstration. Another criticized the United States and international organizations for supporting the President. At the heart of protests is a dispute over the President’s term limit: Moise has served only four years of…

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Texas disaster reveals America’s weakness in the face of climate change

February 21, 2021

In Texas, when it comes to cold, the thermometer reads 10 degrees. When talking about very cold, it can go down to two. The unusual winter storm that has hit the southern state this week It caused several cities to break their record for minimum temperatures and in Houston – the most populous city in the state and the fourth in the country – the wind chill reached -20 degrees….

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Will US diplomats return to Cuba after mystery injuries?

February 20, 2021

Near the end of then-President Obama’s term in 2016, the newly reopened US embassy situated on Havana’s seaside Malec√≥n boulevard was a sought-after posting, with diplomats jockeying to serve in a country where American foreign service officers were making history as the US and Cuba repaired long frayed diplomatic ties. But late that year, US diplomats in their homes and hotel rooms in Havana began experiencing unexplained symptoms, such as…

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Samuel Little, America’s Greatest Serial Killer, Dies

December 31, 2020

Samuel Little, who was considered the most bloodthirsty serial killer in the history of the United States, died this morning at the age of 80, as confirmed by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The criminal confessed to the FBI, in a lengthy videotaped session, that he had killed 93 women over four decades, and offered gruesome details of how he perpetrated the murders and even robotic portraits of…

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