Spanish Supreme Court gives the green light to the exhumation of Franco.

Spanish Supreme Court gives the green light to the exhumation of Franco.

The Spanish Supreme Court rejected on Tuesday the appeal of the descendants of Franco and authorized the exhumation of the dictator of his mausoleum, near Madrid. A “victory of democracy”, said Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. Surmounted by a huge cross that sees itself for miles around, the monumental mausoleum of Franco deeply divides Spain, […]

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Donald Trump targeted by impeachment

Donald Trump targeted by impeachment

Speaker Democrats of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi announced the opening of an investigation, the first step in the impeachment procedure. A course is crossed. House Democratic Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday (September 24th) the opening of an investigation into the first stage of a Donald Trump impeachment proceeding. A few hours before the […]

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Algeria Abdelaziz Bouteflika's brother sentenced to 15 years in prison for conspiracy

Algeria: Said Bouteflika sentenced to 15 years in prison for “conspiracy”

The man was tried for “attacking the authority of the army” and “conspiracy against the authority of the state” Said Bouteflika, brother of ousted president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, tried for “undermining the authority of the army” and “conspiracy against the authority of the state” by an Algerian military court, was sentenced to 15 years in prison […]

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Israel final election results give Netanyahu an extra seat

Israel: final election results give Netanyahu an extra seat

The Israeli electoral commission released Wednesday the final results of the legislative elections of 17 September, which grant an additional member to Likud, the party of Benjamin Netanyahu, without offering a new horizon to Israel in the political stalemate. The right-wing Likud sends 32 MPs to the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, and the “blue-white” party […]

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Brexit British Supreme Court deems illegal the suspension of Parliament by Boris Johnson.

Brexit: British Supreme Court deems “illegal” the suspension of Parliament by Boris Johnson.

The decision was criticized by critics as a maneuver to get the UK out of the European Union at any cost. The British Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday (24 September) that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was not in his right by suspending Parliament for five weeks ahead of Brexit. The body also decided that Parliament […]

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Iran-USA at the UN, the suspense of a Trump-Rohani meeting

Iran-USA: at the UN, the suspense of a Trump-Rohani meeting

While Macron, Merkel, and Johnson point to Iran’s responsibility in attacking a Saudi oil site, the suspense remains about an interview between Trump and his Iranian counterpart. In the cramped room of the French UN delegation, Germany’s Angela Merkel and Briton Boris Johnson have just met with Emmanuel Macron. Quickly, a statement is prepared by […]

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Bolsonaro at the UN the Amazon does not belong to the heritage of humanity

Bolsonaro at the UN: the Amazon does not belong to the heritage of humanity

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused some countries of behaving in a “colonial” way with Brazil. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Tuesday that it was “wrong” to say that the Amazon was a part of the heritage of humanity, and accused some countries of behaving “colonial” way to Brazil. “Instead of helping us,” some countries, […]

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Supreme Court deems illegal the suspension of Parliament decided by Boris Johnson.

Supreme Court deems “illegal” the suspension of Parliament decided by Boris Johnson.

After three days of debate from Tuesday to Thursday, the Supreme Court, the highest British body, ruled Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament “illegal”. The Prime Minister suspended Parliament for five weeks ahead of Brexit, a decision criticized by his critics as a maneuver to get the UK out of the EU at any cost. Labor […]

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