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Rights Activists Urge Boycotting of Beijing Winter Olympic Games As Protests Continue

Protests occurred at the 2022 Beijing Olympic lighting ceremony on Monday, as activists waving a Tibet flag and a banner stating "No Genocide Games" were arrested. Numerous groups and campaigns are urging countries, sponsors, and athletes to boycott the games due to China's treatment - which includes mass detainment - towards Uyghur, Uzbek, and Kazakh Muslims

Man Kills Five People In Norway With Bow And Arrows In Act Of Terrorism

On Wednesday evening local time, a Danish man killed five people and injured two with a bow and arrows in Kongsberg, Norway. Norway's security service (PST) stated the attacks, which are the deadliest Norway has seen since 2011, appear to be "acts of terrorism." The man has since been arrested and is cooperative with authorities, while admitting to the killings in detail. The attacked shocked the small town of 26,000, leaving a depressing and somber feeling.

Climate Activists Call For Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro To Face Punishments For ‘Crimes Against Humanity’

AllRise, an Austrian nonprofit, has submitted a landmark complaint to the International Criminal Court, advocating that Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro should have to pay for his crimes against humanity. Critics claim that under Bolsonaro, deforestation has increased every year— along with high gas emission rates— while environmental fines have decreased.

Jerusalem Excavation Reveals Toilet Dating Back To 2,700 Years

A 2,700-year-old toilet has been excavated in the Armon Hanatziv neighborhood in Jerusalem, giving us a look into what life was like back in seventh century BCE. The toilet was also found to possess a septic tank underneath, which held animal bones and broken pottery.

The Future Of The Cannabis Industry Is Female | Christina Casile

Women in business is always something that should be celebrated, which is why Christina Casile takes such pride in her company Design 710, which provides services that help new investors break into the cannabis industry.