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#TodayInHistory: The 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks- The Day America Turned Upside Down

20 years ago today, the September 11 attacks surprised the world as four hijacked commercial planes crashed to the World Trade Center Towers, US...

EXPLAINER: What happened to Afghanistan? Specter of Taliban Returns & the 20-year US’ War on Terror

After 20 years of war and spending an estimated $2.2 trillion, the United States brings its troops back home ending the longest...

TODAY IN POLITICS: (JULY 07, 2015) PHILIPPINES argued its case against CHINA

On July 07, 2015, the Philippine Delegation to the arbitral tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration has started to argue its case versus...

EXPLAINER: The Philippine-Malaysia’s Sabah Dispute

Many of the contemporary discussions on Philippines’ territorial disputes with its neighboring states are centered on its struggle with China vis-à-vis its nine-dash line...

#TodayInPolitics (July 05, 1922) Women Vote for the First Time in Netherlands

Today, in 1922, the first general elections under the universal suffrage were held in the Netherlands. In the same elections, women were able to...

WHO Declared SARS pandemic contained

It was today in 2003 that the World Health Organization has declared that the pandemic caused by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) has...

#TodayInPolitics (July 02, 1964) US Civil Rights Act Passed Into Law

This day in 1964, the United States has signed into law the Civil Rights Act - the most historic and consequential legislation which sought...

#TodayInHistory: (July 01, 1867) Canada Day

TODAY IN HISTORY: CANADA DAYThis day in 1867, Canada becomes an independent self-governing dominion of the British Empire with the passage of the British...

POLITIXXX Profiler: Joe Manchin, The Most Powerful Senator of the Biden Era

In an evenly split United States Senate with 50 Democratic senators plus a Democratic President of the Senate (the vice president) and 50 Republican...

Philippines calls for immediate release of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) invited top diplomats of all Southeast Asian countries to discuss the ongoing democratic problem concerning Myanmar following...

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