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Finally, A Ceasefire In Gaza

On May 10, deadly rockets lit up Israel’s skies. Hamas, a militant group in Gaza (a Palestinian territory), launched rockets towards Israel in response to rising tensions between the Arabs and Israelis. In response, Israel carried out air raids…

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Finally, A Ceasefire In Gaza Conflict

On May 10, deadly rockets lit up Israel’s skies. Hamas, a militant group in Gaza (a Palestinian territory), launched rockets towards Israel in response to rising tensions between the Arabs and Israelis. In response, Israel carried out air raids…

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The Debate Over Vaccine Patents

As new mutations of the coronavirus appear around the world, it is clear that no country is safe until the whole world is vaccinated. This is why President Biden announced recently that the U.S is open to working…

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A Deadly Covid Wave In India

In March, India considered itself to be in the “endgame” of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, now, it faces a sharp increase in coronavirus cases with nearly 350,000 new infections each day. The country also faces a massive shortage of medical supplies…

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A Green Win In Greenland’s Elections

With the recent elections, Greenland has taken a decisive step towards preserving the environment. The Inuit Ataqatigiit, a left-wing environmentalist party, has won against the incumbent center-left Siumut party. The Inuit Ataqatigiit heavily campaigned against the construction of a rare…

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Amazon Workers Say No To Unions

This month, an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama was at the center of a tense election. Last summer, the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWDSU) organized a vote for establishing unionized labor at the Bessemer warehouse.  The…

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A $2T Plan To Rebuild The U.S!

Last week President Joe Biden unveiled an ambitious plan to rebuild roads, battle climate change, and fight racial and wealth inequality. The price tag:  $2 trillion! The intent of the plan is to create jobs and help the U.S economy…

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Georgia Passes New Voting Laws

The right to vote as a U.S. citizen older than 18 years of age is written and guaranteed in the Constitution. But imagine if that right was threatened or restricted. Well, on March 25, the state of Georgia…

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How Important Is The Suez Canal?

Like a steel beached whale, a container ship was wedged between the banks of the Suez Canal last week. The Ever Given, a 224,000-ton vessel, was bound for Rotterdam, Netherlands. After encountering strong winds and a sandstorm on March 23,…

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The Right To Repair | Youngzine World News

Repair or replace? This is a difficult choice for consumers when appliances that they own, like TVs and refrigerators, break down. Too often, the only option, or at least the cheaper one, is to replace an appliance rather…

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