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COVID-19 Health Pass Took Thousands to the Street [Video]

COVID-19 Health Pass Took Thousands to the Street [Video]

Thousands of protesters demonstrated in central Rome on Saturday that includes members of far-right groups against the extension of the COVID-19 health pass system to all workplaces. Italian police used water cannons and tear gas to push back hundreds of protesters. Italian authorities recently announced three weeks ago that from October 15, all persons working […]

Russia Test-Fires Tsirkon Hypersonic Cruise Missile

Russia Test-Fires Tsirkon Hypersonic Cruise Missile

Russia successfully test-fired for the first time a 3M22 Tsirkon (Zircon) hypersonic cruise missile from a submarine on Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. The missile is a key high-tech component, and President Vladimir Putin claimed it as a new generation of invincible weapon systems.  Hypersonic missiles are faster and more agile than the standard ones making […]

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte to Resign From Politics

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte to Resign From Politics

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte announced last Saturday, Oct.1, 2021, that he will retire from politics out of respect for “the wishes of the public.” But, he did not specify the date he would step away from politics. Next year, the country will enter a new phase with a new President. But, this will also mark […]

Latin Grammy Nominees Includes New Era of Artists

Latin Grammy Nominees Includes New Era of Artists

The Latin Grammys brings a new generation with various nominations, including artists, genre, and fusion pieces. These nominations will be announced on Sept. 28th, 2021. Camilo was the stand-out artist for this year. The Colombian singer had 10 nominations for album and song of the year. Also, the up-and-coming artist received high praise for their […]

Afghan Women Have Been Barred From Working or Attending Kabul University

Afghan Women Have Been Barred From Working or Attending Kabul University

The new Taliban-appointed chancellor, Mohammad Ashraf Ghairat, has announced that Afghanistan women will no longer be allowed to work or attend Kabel University. On Monday, Sept, 27,2021, the chancellor proclaimed that women cannot attend or work at the university “until an Islamic environment is created.” Via his Twitter account, Ghairat stated “Islam First.” He believes […]