The Tunisian president dismisses the ministers for defense, justice and home affairs

The Tunisian president dismisses the ministers for defense, justice and home affairs

Tunisia’s President Kais Saied sacked Defense and Justice Ministers Ibrahim Bartaji and Hasna Ben Slimane, respectively, and Interior Minister Hisham Mishi several hours after doing the same with Prime Minister Hichem. Mechichi had done. The Tunisian agency TAP, citing the presidential decree, reports that civil servants and other persons in charge of the economic and…

The Belarusian Prosecutor’s Office will ask the Supreme Court to declare the flag used by the opposition to be “extremist”.

The Belarusian Prosecutor’s Office will ask the Supreme Court to declare the flag used by the opposition to be “extremist”.

The Belarusian Prosecutor General will ask the Supreme Court to declare the flag used by the opposition in the context of violent protests against the government of President Alexander Lukashenko as “extremist”. “We have completed the preparation of the materials to ask the Supreme Court to declare this flag as an extremist symbol,” said Belarusian…

Russian media regulator restricts access to the website of the opponent Alexei Navalni.  on

Russian media regulator restricts access to the website of the opponent Alexei Navalni. on

The Russian media supervisory authority Roskomnadzor restricted access to the website of the currently detained opponent Alexei Navalni on Monday at the request of the prosecutor. The agency said that access has been restricted in accordance with the Information Act, which takes these restrictions into account when a website contains calls to participate in riots,…

A journalist from Radio Televisión Martí was arrested after the protests were released in Cuba

A journalist from Radio Televisión Martí was arrested after the protests were released in Cuba

Radio Televisión Martí’s journalist Waldo Fernández Cuenca has been released since July 11th after his arrest on Saturday following the protests in Cuba. However, as the chain mentioned above indicates, Fernández has to pay a fine of 2,000 pesos (70 euros) for allegedly violating health measures by covering up the marches against the government. The…

Israel confirms that for the first time since May, more than 100 have been hospitalized in serious condition due to the coronavirus

Israel confirms that for the first time since May, more than 100 have been hospitalized in serious condition due to the coronavirus

The number of patients in serious condition due to the coronavirus in Israel has surpassed 100 for the first time since May 1, a day the positivity rate also exceeded two percent for the first time since March. The Israeli Ministry of Health stated in its balance sheet published on its website that 1,398 cases…

The EU calls for the constitution and the rule of law to be respected in Tunisia after taking over all the powers of the Saied

The EU calls for the constitution and the rule of law to be respected in Tunisia after taking over all the powers of the Saied

The European Union this Monday called on political actors in Tunisia to respect the constitution and the rule of law after President Kais Saied deposed Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi and frozen parliamentary functions. “We are closely following developments in Tunisia. We ask all actors to respect the constitution, its institutions and the rule of law,…

They murder another social leader in Norte de Santander in northeastern Colombia

They murder another social leader in Norte de Santander in northeastern Colombia

The Institute for Studies for Development and Peace (Indepaz) has warned that another social leader was murdered in the municipality of El Carmen, in the department of Norte de Santander in northeast Colombia. As stated in a statement, the victim was identified as Jean Carlos Rodríguez Díaz and was President of the Community Action Board…

Registered clashes in front of the Tunisian Parliament after the President assumed authority

Registered clashes in front of the Tunisian Parliament after the President assumed authority

Supporters of the Islamist Ennahda party and Tunisian President Kais Saied staged clashes in front of the country’s parliament this Monday after the president decided to suspend the legislature and sack Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi in order to take over all powers. According to the Tunisian news portal Kapitalis, the demonstrators were separated from the…

France’s parliament approves the use of the health certificate despite protests

France’s parliament approves the use of the health certificate despite protests

This Monday, despite protests over the weekend in various parts of the country, the French parliament approved the use of the health certificate as one of the most important measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic. The measure was implemented with 156 votes in favor, 60 against and 14 abstentions, as reported by the newspaper “Le…

India tops 31.4 million cases of coronavirus after adding about 39,000 in the last day

India tops 31.4 million cases of coronavirus after adding about 39,000 in the last day

Indian authorities this Monday confirmed around 39,000 coronavirus cases last day, a similar number to the last few days as the Asian country passed the 31.4 million infection threshold since the pandemic began. The Indian government said in its balance sheet, published on the social network Twitter, that there have been 39,361 positive and 416…

Two cargo planes land in Cuba with around 90 tons of humanitarian aid donated by Russia

Two cargo planes land in Cuba with around 90 tons of humanitarian aid donated by Russia

Two cargo planes with around 90 tons of humanitarian aid donated by Russia to Cuba landed at the airport in the capital Havana this Sunday, as confirmed by the Cuban authorities, which thanked Moscow. The planes are carrying wheat flour, a million face masks, canned meat and sunflower oil, officials from the Russian embassy in…

Russia is considering setting up a free zone on the Kuril Islands in a dispute with Japan

Russia is considering setting up a free zone on the Kuril Islands in a dispute with Japan

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin announced on Monday that Russian authorities are considering the possibility of establishing a free zone in the Kuril Islands, which have been at the center of a territorial dispute with Japan since the end of World War II. “In order for the people who work here not to waste time…