Three students from Fordson High School were charged on Friday due to assaulting a freshman in the locker room before a football practice on Oct 9. This comes after an exclusive published by The Anon Journal detailing an alleged rape cover-up at the Michigan high school on the same day as Oct 9. However, the students are charged only … Continue reading Three arrested for Fordson assault
Within the same day, Daesh (IS) has lost its final strongholds in Syria and Iraq.
Early on Friday the Syrian Army said it had recaptured Deir al-Zour and hours later Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said al-Qa’im right across the border had been liberated by government forces.
Iraqi forces said they have retaken the last border post Daesh held between Iraq and Syria.
Soon after, the United States said it carried out its first airstrikes against so-called Islamic State militants in Somalia.
On Oct 17, the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces captured the de facto capital of Daesh, Raqqa, in an offensive that started in early June.
Daesh was eradicated from the major stronghold of Mosul in Iraq in July after a nearly year long offensive that started in October of last year by Kurdish Peshmerga, Iraqi military, and Shia militias.
Many observers have marked Friday as the day Daesh lost…
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A UN and Syrian Arab Red Crescent convoy entered eastern Ghouta (Syria) today, to deliver humanitarian aid to 40,000 people for the first time since 2016. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said they entered the towns of Kafra Batna and Saqba.
“The last time we reached these two locations were in June 2016,” OCHA spokesman Jens Laerke said.
A health worker in Saqba who helped offload supplies said that nine trucks of food and four trucks of medicines have arrived so far.
It took me about 10 attempts to start this article. Every time I did, I would realize that something didn't sound quite right and start all over again. I am a perfectionist. A perfectionist is defined by Collins English Dictionary as a person who refuses to do or accept anything that is not as good … Continue reading Beating perfectionism
Monday commenced day one of the strike by the union that represents Ontario colleges. Outside of the University of Guelph-Humber, beyond the picket line at Humber Ave., the bus hub was quiet and the sidewalks appeared to be a ghost town. Inside the school, it wasn’t much different. Besides a few students following what the … Continue reading Guelph-Humber quiet, buses moved
An official notice was sent out by the University of Guelph-Humber to confirm that a strike is occurring and all classes are suspended on Sunday night. Visit the strike story hub here The email, sent on behalf of Vice Provost Dr. John Walsh at 9:27 pm ET to students, said that all classes are currently … Continue reading Strike to go ahead for Ontario colleges
A petition started by a pair of Humber students has gained over 12,500 signatures in support of receiving a refund for every day missed if Ontario colleges were to go on strike on Monday. Visit the petition online "We created this movement, essentially, because we want to be in school," Humber paramedic student Greg Kung … Continue reading Students petition for continued bargaining