Day: March 2, 2022

Colombian Police Used Bus Terminals To Torture Protestors

Colombia police illegally used public bus terminals in the capital city Bogotá to torture and detain peaceful protestors this year. Anti-government demonstrations protesting social instability since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic have been occurring for months and finally came to head when the government used public structures to violently

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President Biden’s Response To The Russian Invasion Of Ukraine

In the early hours of February 24th, Russia finally launched a large-scale military attack on Ukraine, attacking airports, military infrastructure, and over a dozen cities throughout the country. Putin has ordered attacks by land, air, and sea, officially committing acts of war and putting an end to a period of

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Russian Forces Invade Ukraine

A series of missile strikes and explosions were reported in various cities in Ukraine and military bases, including the capital of Kyiv and Kharkiv. After weeks of failed diplomatic negotiations and meetings by Western leaders to avoid military confrontation, Russia has officially invaded Ukraine. Putin’s announcement of initiating “special military

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Finalization Of Nuclear Deal Between Iran And The West Is In Sight

A nuclear deal between Iran and the U.K., France, Germany, Russia, China, and the U.S. is close to being finalized. The nuclear deal trades a fast-paced Iranian nuclear program for Western sanctions, which hurt Iranian oil prices and exports. After eight rounds of talks, a deal is within reach. Unfortunately,

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