Gabrielle Reyes

Articles by Gabrielle Reyes

Deportations in Canada Spike During Pandemic Under Left-Wing Trudeau

Canada’s government deported thousands of people in 2020 during the ongoing Chinese coronavirus pandemic, prompting Canadian immigration lawyers to accuse the government of left-wing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this week of needlessly “endangering” people during the global health crisis.

PORTSMOUTH, ENGLAND - JUNE 05: Canada's prime minister, Justin Trudeau attends the D-day 75 Commemorations on June 05, 2019 in Portsmouth, England. The political heads of 16 countries involved in World War II joined Her Majesty, The Queen is on the UK south coast for a service to commemorate the …

Zimbabwe’s Foreign Minister Dies of Coronavirus

Zimbabwe’s Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister, Sibusiso Moyo, died on Wednesday after he “succumbed” to the Chinese coronavirus, the Zimbabwean government announced.

FILE — In this Jan, 12, 2020 file photo, Zimbabwe's Foreign Minister Sibusiso Moyo in Harare, Zimbabwe. Sibusiso Moyo, who gained prominence in 2017 as the military general who announced the coup against then-president Robert Mugabe on television, has died from COVID-19, the government announced Wednesday, Jan 20,2021. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi …

Kim Jong-un Impersonator Accuses Hong Kong Police of Persecution

A professional impersonator of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un said on Wednesday that police in his hometown of Hong Kong arrested him last fall in what he believes was a targeted attack for his open criticism of the Chinese Communist Party.

Kim Jong-un Impersonator Accuses Hong Kong Police of Persecution

Study: Japan’s Suicides Jump 16% in Coronavirus Second Wave

Monthly suicide rates in Japan increased by 16 percent from July to October 2020 compared to the same period the previous year, Japanese researchers have found. The three-month interval coincided with Japan’s second wave of Chinese coronavirus outbreaks, Reuters reported Sunday.

TOKYO, JAPAN - JANUARY 12: Commuters, mostly wearing face masks, pass through a train station as they travel to work during the first full week of Tokyos second state of emergency on January 12, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo and its surrounding prefectures remain under a month-long state of emergency …

On Eve of Election, Ugandans Say Nation Feels Like It Is ‘at War’

The Ugandan military’s “heavy” presence in the national capital, Kampala, ahead of the country’s general election on Thursday evoked a tense, war-like atmosphere, Ugandan human rights lawyer Nicholas Opiyo told Deutsche Welle (DW) on Wednesday.

Election officials count the ballots after polls closed in Kampala, Uganda, Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021. Ugandans voted in a presidential election tainted by widespread violence that some fear could escalate as security forces try to stop supporters of leading opposition challenger Bobi Wine from monitoring polling stations. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)