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The nightmare China returns: mass swabs in Wuhan

BEIJING – A nightmare that seemed over and that instead returns. China, where it all began, is trembling with the coronavirus and Wuhan, the symbolic city of Covid-19, is reviewing the lockdown, albeit partial and limited to an area, after the dramatic total blockade experienced between the end of January and 8 April 2020, which so impressed the rest of the world still free (at the time, and for a while …) from the virus. (more…)

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Another mass grave found in British Columbia

Toronto, July 14: Another mass grave has been found near a closed residential school on Kuper Island in British Columbia. The Penelakut tribe in the area said the mass grave was found near a school known as Kuper Island Indian Industrial School. According to the Penelukat community, 160 unmarked graves have been found there. The school was reportedly open from 1890 to 1975. (more…)

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Toronto expanding walk-in to four mass vaccination sites

In Ontario, substantial stocks of Covid-19 vaccines continue to arrive. A total supply of five million doses of vaccine will arrive from the federal government this month. This week 558,090 doses of Pfizer will arrive, in the week of July 19 also 1,208,610 doses of Pfizer will come and finally from July 26, 1,428,570 doses of Pfizer will be delivered. (more…)

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The remains of 215 children in a mass grave, Trudeau: “Shameful chapter in the history of Canada”

“A dark and shameful chapter of our country’s history”: this is how Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau commented, on Twitter, the news of the discovery of the remains of 215 children in a mass grave near the Kamloops Indian Residential School (in the pic above, in 1970) in British Columbia: a institute opened in the late 1800s and closed in 1978, which was part of the network of schools founded by the government and mainly administered by Catholic churches (in the case of Kamloops, the management came under the control of the government in the second half of the 1960s), at the aim to “separate” the children of the indigenous people from their culture to “assimilate” them into the dominant culture. (more…)

Filipino Opinion


Kapag hinaharap mo ang ibig sabihin nang BAYAN KO, makikita mo tunay na pagmamahal sa inang bayan. Ang katang Ito’y hindi siya ang oppissial na pambansang awit. Walang Pilipino sa buong mundo na hindi na aapektohan nitong awit na Ito.  Itong awit na Ito rin ang nag bigay daan para mabawi ang kalayaan na wala noong ipatupad ang batas militar ni Marcos noon 1972. Itong katang Ito, ay siya rin nag bigay daan para labanan ang puwersa nang happon noong ikalawang digmaan pang mundo. (more…)

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