Author: Christopher Agripino Kennedy

Duterte’s War On Drugs Brings Further Deaths

On January 23rd, members of both the Philippine National Police and the Philippine Marines attempted to serve a warrant to a residential community in Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao. The compound was tied to Pendatun Adsis Talusan, a former village chief, who the police suspected of involvement in the illegal drug trade.

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A.F.P. Poses Medic’s Body For Post-Mortem “Trophy” Photo

On November 28th, 22-year-old Jevilyn Cullamat was killed in a clash between the New People’s Army (N.P.A.) and a 12-man Philippine Army Special Forces Team in the mountains of Surigao del Sur. Known in the communist movement as Ka Reb, Cullamat was a medic in the Sandatahang Yunit Pampropaganda platoon

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Massacre In Ethiopia Raises Concerns Over Ethnic War

In a report posted on November 12th, Amnesty International confirmed “scores, and likely hundreds, of people were stabbed or hacked to death in Mai-Kadra (May Cadera) town” on the 9th of November. Gruesome photographs and videos were digitally verified by the organization, which geo-located them to Mai-Kadra in Tigray, Ethiopia.

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China Facing Tensions With The U.S., Taiwan, And The Philippines

China has recently been facing rising tensions with a number of parties in the Asia Pacific region. Foreign relations with Taiwan, the Philippines, and the United States have been growing tenser with some actions by each country seen as escalation. Monday, Philippine Navy Chief Vice Adm. Giovanni Carlo Bacordo of

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Rooting Out The Violence In DeSantis’s Anti-Protest Bill

The looming specter of state-sanctioned violence, in the form of police brutality and extrajudicial killings, is a constant source of tension for communities of color in the United States. Last summer, that tension may have hit a tipping point. Summer 2020 saw a several-month-long series of riots following the murders

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