Day: November 9, 2021

Canada Appeals Decision on Compensation for Indigenous Children

On Friday, Justin Trudeau’s government filed an appeal against a bill that would require compensation for indigenous children harmed by Canada’s discriminatory welfare system. The Canadian human rights tribunal has argued that the Canadian government has discriminated against First Nations children, those who live on and off reserves. The human

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Developing Countries: The Forgotten Victims Of COVID-19

On Thursday, Britain made the first global move to authorize the use of an antiviral pill to tackle COVID-19 symptoms. The drug, known as molnupiravir and sold by the pharmaceutical company Merck, was shown in clinical trials to reduce the risk of hospitalization and death in high-risk COVID patients by

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Poland’s Migrants Face Cold Winter as Crisis Escalates

Poland is tackling a refugee crisis at its borders. With crossing attempts now exceeding 500 a day, Polish authorities are resorting to ‘pushback’ measures that have been condemned by sections of the international community. The crisis is indicative of the impact of chronic geopolitical quagmires in the Middle East, as

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