Day: January 14, 2021

Capitol Hill Riots: The Tragic Trump Legacy

On the 6th of January, the world stood still and watched Capitol Hill was stormed by a mob in an attempt to overturn the result of democratic elections. This is the final moment that represents the legacy of the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. A violent

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UN Rights Chief ‘Appalled’ By The Execution Of Iranian Dissident

On Saturday December 12, dissident Iranian journalist Ruhollah Zam was executed by hanging in Iran, according to state television IRIB. United Nations Human Rights Chief, Michelle Bachelet, voiced outrage at Iran’s execution of the media activist and opposition figure. “I am appalled at the execution in Iran on 12 December

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Abortion Bill Passes In Argentina

The Senate in Argentina voted 38-29 on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 to approve a bill to legalize abortion. The law legalizes abortion for all cases of pregnancy for up to 14 weeks, which represents a significant shift from the status quo, which only allowed abortion in cases of rape or

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