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( Tens of Thousands March in U.S. Capitol to Demand Gaza Ceasefire
Nov 5th 2023, 08:43

Source: ( Google NewsTens of thousands of people gathered in Washington, DC, Saturday for one of the biggest pro-Palestinian protests in the U.S. since Israeli began bombing Gaza in response to the attack by Hamas militants last month. Protesters called for a ceasefire in Gaza, where health officials say more than 9,000 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli airstrikes. Many also sought an end to U.S. funding for what they said was a "genocide" of Palestinian...


( Tips on How to Spot and Treat Seasonal Depression
Nov 5th 2023, 08:43

Source: ( Google News - HealthThe days are getting shorter, darker, and colder in the Northern Hemisphere. And while there's a lot to look forward to in winter, it's not the happiest time of year for everyone. Many people experience "winter blues" in one form or another. But in some cases, those changes in mood, sleep, and appetite can be signs of something more serious: a form of depression known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. Here are a few tips on how to spot and...


( U.S. Representative Accuses Biden of Supporting Genocide of Palestinians
Nov 5th 2023, 08:42

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportU.S. Representative Rashida Tlaib, the first Palestinian-American woman to serve in Congress, has accused President Joe Biden of supporting a "genocide" against Palestinians and warned of repercussions in next year's election. In a video posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, late on Friday, the Democratic Congresswoman from Michigan repeated her calls for Biden to back a ceasefire in the almost month-long Israel-Hamas conflict.


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