Tokyo Olympics Cancellation Petition with 350K Signatures Submitted to Organizers

Over 350,000 signatures were garnered in a petition calling for the cancellation of the Tokyo Olympics, reflecting growing public opposition to the event as the fourth wave of COVID-19 infections happens in Japan. A lawyer and former candidate for Tokyo …

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Rescue Attempts in Mozambique Terror Attack Prioritized White Contractors, Amnesty International Reports

Rescue attempts in the terror attack on the town of Palma in northern Mozambique gave “preferential treatment” to white contractors, according to rights group Amnesty International. The South African private military company Dyck Advisory Group prioritized rescuing about 20 white …

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Myanmar Junta Sentences Reporter to 3-Year Prison Term

The Myanmar junta has sentenced Min Nyo , a reporter for the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB),  to three years in prison on Wednesday, amidst its crackdown against independent journalism.  The 51-year-old journalist was sentenced to a three-year jail term …

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US Pulls Out 120 Military From Israel as Conflict with Gaza Worsens

The US has withdrawn approximately 120 military and civilian personnel from Israel amid escalating conflicts with Hamas. The US personnel were reportedly in Israel to participate in exercises with the Israeli Defence Forces.  CNN reported that the US personnel left …

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Italy Anti-Trust Watchdog Fines Google $123m for Alleged Abuse of Position

Italy’s anti-trust watchdog has fined Google $123 million after they allegedly denied the app JuicePass access to their Android Auto system. Android Auto is a feature available to all Android devices, allowing them to link with a users car and …

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