The United States categorically denies any attempt to assassinate Lukashenko or a coup d’etat in Belarus

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said last night that he had prevented a coup attempt and an assassination attempt on him and his family, which were planned by the United States. The Belarusian Security Service (KGB) said last night that it had launched a “special operation” to dismantle “an organized terrorist group plotting the physical elimination of the president and his family” and “organizing an armed … Continue reading The United States categorically denies any attempt to assassinate Lukashenko or a coup d’etat in Belarus

Biden was extreme on drugs for decades. Presently he faces challenges in battling cash washing.

WASHINGTON — Decades prior, then-Sen. Joe Biden set up himself as a sort of medicating despot on Capitol Slope. Within the 1980s, he made a difference dispatch the Office of National Sedate Control Approach. And a decade afterward, Biden got to be one of the masterminds behind Arrange Colombia, a $7.5 billion respective program centered on, among other things, fighting sedate trafficking within the Americas. … Continue reading Biden was extreme on drugs for decades. Presently he faces challenges in battling cash washing.

The former president of Peru was banned from holding public office after being vaccinated over the counter

Former Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra, 58, has been barred from holding public office for the next ten years after being vaccinated against the coronavirus over the past year. The Peruvian Congress imposed a ban on Vizcarra, who ruled the country from 2018 to 2020, when he received the coronavirus vaccine from the Chinese manufacturer Sinofarm. Vizkara will not be able to take the seat in … Continue reading The former president of Peru was banned from holding public office after being vaccinated over the counter

Biden drops promise for quick expansion in refugee admissions

President Joe Biden is scrapping his pledge for a rapid expansion in the number of refugees allowed into the United States and will instead maintain the historically low ceiling of 15,000 people a year, a senior administration official said Friday. The Biden administration had recently stated it wanted to allow in some 60,000 refugees annually, ramping up to double the following year. That aim had … Continue reading Biden drops promise for quick expansion in refugee admissions

Rouhani: We will reduce uranium enrichment if US returns to nuclear deal

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced on Thursday that his country would limit uranium enrichment to 3.67 percent if the United States returned t the 2015 nuclear deal and lift sanctions, the Middle East Monitor reported. “We will stop uranium enrichment by 26 percent if sanctions on Iran are lifted. “No one has the right to accuse Tehran of wanting to acquire nuclear weapons while the … Continue reading Rouhani: We will reduce uranium enrichment if US returns to nuclear deal

Biden sanctions Russia, expels diplomats over election interference

President Joe Biden on Thursday declared that the U.S. faces a “national emergency” over an array of malign actions from Russia, imposing new sanctions on the Russian government and expelling 10 Kremlin diplomats from the United States. The moves are part of an intensifying U.S. campaign to punish Moscow over its attempted interference in the 2020 U.S. election, its cyberespionage campaign known as SolarWinds, and … Continue reading Biden sanctions Russia, expels diplomats over election interference

Biden called Putin to a meeting in a third country

In a telephone conversation with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, US President Joe Biden suggested that they hold a meeting in a third country, the White House said. – President Biden reaffirmed his goal: to build a stable and predictable relationship with Russia in line with US interests and proposed holding a summit in a third country next month to discuss the full range of … Continue reading Biden called Putin to a meeting in a third country

The House is broken but Republicans can fix that

The House of Representatives is supposed to be for the people by design. It has shorter election cycles and smaller constituencies because its members are meant to be closer to the interests of Americans. For Speaker Nancy Pelosi, however, the people have been shut out both literally and symbolically. The things Congress does matter, but so does how it does them. When it comes to … Continue reading The House is broken but Republicans can fix that

Ecuador Bonds Soar as Millionaire Banker Wins Presidency

Ecuadorean bonds rallied after career banker Guillermo Lasso won the presidential election with a late surge in support, calming investors who thought his opponent was likely to lead the default-prone country into insolvency once again. Lasso beat out economist Andres Arauz, a left-wing protege of former President Rafael Correa, by a solid margin in Sunday’s runoff vote. Arauz, who conceded defeat, won February’s first round … Continue reading Ecuador Bonds Soar as Millionaire Banker Wins Presidency

City of the Dead – Politician stars his campaign from coffin

Carlos Majorga, a Mexican candidate in the local elections, started his political campaign a few days ago from an open coffin, warning of the rate of violence in the city of Juarez, which, due to a combination of pandemic and negligence of the current authorities, has become a “city of the dead”. Majorga arrived at the coffin at a rally on the bridge between the … Continue reading City of the Dead – Politician stars his campaign from coffin