Gregory Demirjian

Gregory Demirjian

Fastest-growing Black Hole Discovered More than 12 billion Light-years Away

The black hole known as J2157 has been recently studied by astronomers from the Australian National University. The same team initially discovered the black hole in May 2018 and observed it through the Very Large Telescope, known as the VLT, located in Chile. According to their research, the black hole is roughly 34 billion solar …

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Violence and Dialogue Emerge From Bethel BLM Protests and Anti-BLM Counter-Protests

On June 14, 2020, a Black Lives Matter protest in Bethel, Ohio was surrounded by a group of counter protesters. A small group of BLM protesters of around 80, organized the event on Facebook as “Bethel’s Solidarity with Black Lives Demonstration,” joining the Black Lives Matter protests across the nation and the world.    However, …

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Explained: Trump’s Sanctions on the International Criminal Court

Two years ago, the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced an investigation into potential U.S. war crimes in Afghanistan. However, in a blow to the ICC investigation, the Trump administration recently announced that the court would face sanctions from the United States. Investigators who are looking into these alleged war crimes will face economic sanctions and …

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President Trump Sued by Civil Rights Groups Amid Protests

Many civil rights groups have officially sued President Donald J. Trump, Attorney General Barr, Defense Secretary Epser, and other federal officials following the unconstitutional dispersal of protesters on Monday. Protesters believe that the actions taken that day were a clear violation of their first amendment rights. Lawsuits were filed by Black Lives Matter D.C., the …

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Disney Shanghai to Reopen

After months of closure due to the coronavirus, Disney plans to reopen Shanghai’s Disneyland Park soon. The company, which has lost roughly $1.4 billion as a result of the global shutdown, aims for this reopening to occur on May 11. Tickets went up for sale on Thursday and sold out almost immediately. Third-party vendors claimed …

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Summarizing the Effects of Quarantine

Ever since the coronavirus has spread across the globe, many countries have adopted some form of social distancing guidelines. With the current restrictions in the United States, many Americans have been forced to adapt to their new daily lifestyles. While some people have found ways to cope, others are struggling to handle the current situation. …

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