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Conditional release of former DAS boss Noguera Cotes, who is charged with links to the paramilitaries

By Darryl S. Slawson October 21, 2020 News
A court in Bogotá has granted conditional release to former director of the now-defunct Colombian Ministry of Security (DAS) Jorge Aurelio Noguera Cotes after serving three-fifths of the 25-year sentence imposed by the Supreme Court in 2011, serving a crime…

Planas stresses that the 27 agreement on the CAP contains all the objectives that Spain has set for itself

By Darryl S. Slawson October 21, 2020 News
The Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, celebrated the agreement of the EU governments on the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) early this Friday, stressing that Spain has met all the goals set for the negotiations.

Mexico points to a 60% decrease in deaths and cases but warns of signs of a possible outbreak

By Darryl S. Slawson October 21, 2020 News
Under-Secretary of State for Prevention and Health Promotion of Mexico, Hugo López-Gatell, warned of a possible outbreak of the pandemic this Tuesday, taking into account the epidemiological curve and hospital occupancy, after reducing it by up to 60 percent in…

The Sicilian mafia boss Matteo Messina was sentenced to life imprisonment for Italy’s most wanted man

By Darryl S. Slawson October 21, 2020 News
A Sicilian court on Tuesday evening sentenced Italy's most wanted man, Cosa Nostra boss Matteo Messina Denaro, to life imprisonment for his role in the 1992 bombings that killed two prominent judges. Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino, who fought against…

Bitcoin’s price rally to $ 12,000 will be meaningless until the bulls successfully convert that level into support.

By Amber Baxter October 21, 2020 Bitcoin
On Tuesday, Bitcoin (BTC) bulls rallied enough strength to push the price of BTC slightly above the $ 12,000 mark. a level not seen since September 1st.Snapshot of the daily performance of the cryptocurrency market. Source: Coin360The move came after…

Up to four banks in the Peruvian Congress refuse to join a new motion of no confidence against Vizcarra

By Darryl S. Slawson October 21, 2020 News
Popular Action (AP), Alianza para el Progreso (APP), Somos Perú and Partido Morado parties announced this Tuesday that they will not join the Union for Peru (UPP) proposal to launch a new motion of censure against the president of the…

The state of Lagos imposes a curfew over unrest during protests against police brutality in Nigeria

By Darryl S. Slawson October 21, 2020 News
The governor of the Nigerian state of Lagos, the most populous in the African country, announced on Tuesday that it was imposing a curfew over "anarchy" recorded in recent protests against police brutality. about two weeks in different areas of…

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