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United Nations deliver humanitarian aid to 40,000

Originally posted on Berning Media Network:
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…

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Beating perfectionism

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 […]

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Guelph-Humber quiet, buses moved

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. The bus hub at the Humber North/Guelph-Humber campus / Eli Ridder Inside the school, […]

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Strike to go ahead for Ontario colleges

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 […]

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Students petition for continued bargaining

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 […]

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Guelph-Humber faces possible strike

The University of Guelph-Humber informed students via email on Thursday that a strike will come into effect on Oct. 16 if there is no agreement reached with the Ontario college union. Stay up-to-date with the latest reports on the GH Strike page The union representing full-time and partial-load faculty at all Ontario colleges have given […]

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False alarm at US academy

The United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs was placed on lockdown late on Friday after reports emerged of an active shooting situation. The Anon Journal Official Article  The school initially tweeted about reports of an active shooter at 11:23 am local time, saying “security forces are sweeping the area.” We received reports of active shooter […]

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Israeli jets strike Syrian base

The Syrian army claims Israeli warplanes struck a military base near Masyaf, in the west of Syria, early Thursday morning local time. A statement said that rockets fired from the Lebanese airspace hit the base at 2:42 am, causing “material damage” and two fatalities. A reliable monitoring organization, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said […]

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Updated: N Korea preparing for launch

This article is no longer up-to-date, please read the full and latest version on the Anon Journal website here. South Korea says the North is preparing for a ballistic missile launch, possibly of the ICBM variety. On Sunday, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or DPRK, successfully carried out a hydrogen bomb test which can be strapped […]

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South Korean missile drill

South Korea launched several ballistic missiles into waters off its coast early on Monday local time in a show of force following the North’s sixth nuclear test a day before.  During a military exercise, the Republic of Korea simulated a missile attack against North Korea’s nuclear test site, the northern Punggeye-ri. Multiple ballistic missiles were […]