Raúl Castro announces his resignation as chairman of the Communist Party of Cuba
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Raúl Castro announces his resignation as chairman of the Communist Party of Cuba

The Communist Party of Cuba confirmed this Friday that, after ten years at the head of the formation, Raúl Castro will no longer be its general secretary at the celebration of the VII Congress in Havana. While presenting his report, Castro highlighted the progress made over the past five years, but also recognized the need…

A founder of the ultra group The Oath Keepers, the first defendant to plead guilty of attacking the Capitol
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A founder of the ultra group The Oath Keepers, the first defendant to plead guilty of attacking the Capitol

One of the founders of the far-right North American paramilitary group The Oath Keepers was the first accused in the January 6 attack on the Capitol to assume his guilt, in this case on two charges against the six accused: obstruction of the session of Congress and that armed intrusion into restricted areas. The case…

Draghi announces a relaxation of restrictions on Italy from April 26th
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Draghi announces a relaxation of restrictions on Italy from April 26th

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi announced this Friday that the majority of the country will return to the yellow phase of the epidemiological traffic light from April 26th, despite acknowledging that it is a decision that the government “has made.” reasonable risk assumes “the data that improves”. “The implementation of the yellow zone is expected…

Russia “recommends” the US ambassador to Washington and deports ten diplomats
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Russia “recommends” the US ambassador to Washington and deports ten diplomats

The Russian government has passed a series of sanctions against the United States in retaliation for the sentences announced on Thursday. This includes the expulsion of 10 diplomats and a “recommendation” for the US ambassador to leave the country. An adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin has informed US Ambassador John Sullivan of the imminent…

The UK continues around 30 deaths from COVID-19 every day, adding another 2,600 infections
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The UK continues around 30 deaths from COVID-19 every day, adding another 2,600 infections

The UK Department of Health this Friday confirmed an additional 34 deaths from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, a number in line with those confirmed in recent days, and added another 2,596 new infections. With these numbers, the global number of the European country has risen to 4,383,732 infected and 127,225 deaths due to…

21 migrants die after a boat sank off the coast of Tunisia
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21 migrants die after a boat sank off the coast of Tunisia

At least 21 migrants have died after sinking a boat in the Mediterranean off the coast of Tunisia, the African country’s authorities have confirmed. According to information from the Tunisian broadcaster Mosaique FM, 21 bodies were recovered during searches in the region, which were taken to a morgue in the city of Sfax, although they…

Russia claims to have intercepted a US spy plane off its Pacific coast
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Russia claims to have intercepted a US spy plane off its Pacific coast

The Russian Defense Ministry this Friday claimed it intercepted a US RC-135 spy plane approaching the country’s Pacific coast. “The fighter’s crew identified the aerial target as an RC-135 spy plane of the United States Air Force,” a spokesman for the ministry told the press for the Russian news agency Sputnik. The American aircraft, which…

Boko Haram is holding more than 10,000 children captive across Nigeria
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Boko Haram is holding more than 10,000 children captive across Nigeria

The jihadist sect Boko Haram is holding more than 10,000 boys and girls prisoner in Nigeria who, according to Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom, are victims of “fundamentalist indoctrination”. More than 30,000 Nigerians have died since his campaign against the government began, which has resulted in more than three million people being forced to leave…

Aoun does not support expanding maritime demand, saying it will “end” negotiations with Israel.
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Aoun does not support expanding maritime demand, saying it will “end” negotiations with Israel.

Lebanese President Michel Aoun has refused to ratify an amendment approved by a minister to increase demand in the dispute with Israel over the maritime border and has indicated that signing his signature on this document will end negotiations with him would mean. Neighboring country. Negotiators and experts have defended the need for this change,…

Moon appoints Kim Boo Kyum as the new South Korean Prime Minister after cabinet reform
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Moon appoints Kim Boo Kyum as the new South Korean Prime Minister after cabinet reform

South Korean President Moon Jae In on Friday appointed Kim Boo Kyum, the country’s new prime minister, in a cabinet reform designed to strengthen his party after a heavy defeat in local elections. Kim, a former interior minister and deputy, will succeed Chung Sye Kyun if he wins parliamentary support, which must also approve six…

Pakistan has suspended the use of social media platforms to “maintain public order” for several hours
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Pakistan has suspended the use of social media platforms to “maintain public order” for several hours

The Pakistani government suspended the use of platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, WhatsApp and Telegram to “maintain social order” for about four hours this Friday after radical supporters disrupted the protests of the Islamist party Tehrik- i-Labaik Pakistan (TLP). The Ministry of the Interior has sent the Pakistani Telecommunications Authority (PTA) a notice of…