Alyana Castro

Alyana Castro

Philippines’ President ‘inclined’ to sign Anti-Terrorism Bill

The President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte is in the midst of passing the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020. The Anti-Terrorism bill, under the Article 125 penal code, declares that police, law enforcement, and military are permitted to define the acts of “terrorism” by their own means and are able to carry out warrantless arrests. Additionally, …

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Reality of China’s Vast Prison Camps Allegedly Exposed by Leaked Records

Currently in Xinjiang, China, there are mass imprisonments of Uyghurs and Muslims rounded up and detained in a camp meant for them to obtain proper job skills and learn Mandarin. China poses their internment camps as “vocational education and training centers”, yet their camps impose harsh conditions for the Muslim groups: trapping them within barbed …

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TikTok Teens and K-Pop Stans May Have Caused Trump Rally’s Low Attendance

On Saturday, June 20th, President Trump’s election campaign at Tulsa, Oklahoma was anticipating huge crowds, yet the turnout was quite the opposite. Although there were about 1 million RSVP’s to the campaign event, the rally arena only meant to fill about an approximate 19,000 person capacity.  President Donald Trump even tweeted about the alleged turnout …

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Explained: What is Juneteenth?

Juneteenth is an American holiday celebrated on June 19, commemorating the emancipation of the final slaves in the Confederacy.  On June 19, 1865, the Union Army General Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger informed enslaved people of their emancipation, as he recited, “In accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are …

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