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This is what COVID-19 did to international students

The world is struggling to cope with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus does not show mercy on anyone, young or old. It has caused millions of deaths. In most countries, the economy took a huge hit, causing business closures and job loss for millions of people. Worldwide, nations are struggling to provide…

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Formulas against Cuba to incite hatred

Por Isaura Diez MillánHavana, Aug 5 (Prensa Latina) A new approach to the riots on August 5, 1994, and July 11, 2021, in Cuba shows more similarities than differences between them, despite the 27-year span. Historian Fabio Fernandez told Prensa Latina that there are common denominators between both events that broke out amid a scenario…

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Unequal Justice: Trump’s Legal Woes are Multiplying

From Progressive The House of Representatives is likely to amass an unassailable record of the former President’s part in inciting the January 6 insurrection, setting the stage for possible prosecution. The legal noose is tightening around Donald Trump’s neck. Although we are still far from seeing the former commander-in-chief outfitted in a prison jumpsuit, Trump…

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Tomgam: Andrew Bacevich, The Other Big Lie

This article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com. To receive TomDispatch in your inbox three times a week, click here. Here’s my question of the week: When it comes to America’s twenty-first-century wars, does the word “end” have any meaning at all? Almost 20 years after George W. Bush and crew invaded Afghanistan, the war there is…

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YOUR KIND aren’t welcome here: Unvaccinated people now treated worse than Blacks in the Jim Crow era as vaccine pushers turn to bigotry and segregation

(Natural News) It is morally wrong to dehumanize and disrespect people because of the color of their skin, or for being gay, or for being physically disabled, and so on. In America, we build access ramps so that people in wheelchairs can have access to restaurants and public buildings. But now, thanks to the bigoted,…

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Africa in Cuba’s Covid-19 vaccines (+Photo)

Addis Ababa, (Prensa Latina) Cuba’s strategic decision to tackle the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus was to mobilize its scientists and medical personnel to design a universal and free immunization program with its own vaccines. This prospect had a well-founded basis: the existence of a scientific potential of renowned national and international prestige in the conception of vaccines…

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Iran’s decision-makers must shoulder the blame for its water crisis | Kaveh Madani

Iran’s water bankruptcy has been in the news lately, prompting deadly protests in Khuzestan province that also garnered the attention of global media. But this kind of problem is neither new or unique in the country. Drying rivers, vanishing lakes, shrinking wetlands, declining groundwater levels, land subsidence, sinkholes, desertification, soil erosion, dust storms, air, water…

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