Author: Kailey Ouellette

“This Is An Attempted Coup:” Trump’s Claims Of A ‘Fraudulent’ Election Prompts Rioters To Storm The Capitol Building

On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, Democrat and Republican lawmakers gathered at the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. to count the Electoral College votes and officially declare Joseph R. Biden the 46th President of the United States of America. The certification process was interrupted as hundreds of Trump supporters, emboldened by

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Thousands Of Indian Farmers Protest New Farm Bills

Hundreds of thousands of farmers have converged on New Delhi in the past weeks to protest the passing of a series of farm bills by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, culminating in a nationwide general strike on Tuesday, December 8. The bills, which farmers say they were not consulted on, were

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Report Finds Australian Special Forces Murdered 39 Afghan Citizens While Involved in Peacekeeping Operations

A report commissioned by the Australian Defence Force implicated members of the Australian special forces, particularly personnel from the Special Air Service Regiment (SASR), in the murder of 39 Afghan civilians. The report, which followed a four-year investigation by Maj Gen Justice Paul Brereton, documented 23 incidents in which members

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Dozens Killed Protesting Police Brutality In Nigeria

On Friday, October 23, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari reported that at least 51 civilians have been killed during widespread protests against police brutality over the past few weeks. Additionally, eleven police officers and seven members of the army have been reported dead, with a further 37 civilians injured – although

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Three Dead In Saudi Detention Camps For Ethiopian Migrants

A 2020 report by Amnesty International has reported the deaths of three migrants who were held in a detention camp in Saudi Arabia. The victims—men from Somalia, Ethiopia, and Yemen—were all housed at the Al-Dayer detention centre. Since 2017, Saudi Arabia has been cracking down on illegal immigrants, including the

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