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Venezuela pardons dozens of opposition politicians before elections Juan Guaydo News

Venezuela said on Monday that he had pardoned more than 50 opposition politicians, including 20 lawmakers accused of plotting against President Nicolas Maduro as the country heads to parliament electionsis scheduled for December. Efforts signal that the ruling Socialist Party is seeking to step up its participation in the upcoming December vote, which part of the opposition he had vowed …

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The Irishman calls on Brexit negotiators to redouble their efforts

Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohou said Brexit negotiating teams must redouble their “creativity and commitment” to reach an agreement before the end of the year with officials and governments currently engaged in the coronavirus pandemic. Donohou told CNBC on Friday that the importance of EU-UK talks has been strengthened by the global economy covered by the development of Covid-19 over …

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Russian military holds training near US and European allies as Belarus warms up – Newsweek

The Russian military is training near the United States and its European allies while Belarus Newsweek Huge protests flood the Belarusian capital again, opposing the repression by ABC News Svetlana Tikhanovskaya: The Belarusian opposition leader will address the UN Security Council BBC News Editor: How Belarus will turn depends more on Moscow than on the Minsk Independent Baltic states blacklisted …

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Expired note: White House attorney forced to lower Kushner’s permit over “serious” concerns

Former White House adviser Don McGann has called for President Jared Kushner’s son-in-law to be demoted due to “serious” concerns about his background check, according to a new book. President Donald Trump canceled career officials in 2018 to give Kushner a top-secret security clearance, despite concerns expressed by intelligence and the White House. A note received by Times reporter Michael …

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Sudan signs a peaceful deal with the rebel alliance

NAIROBI, Kenya – Hoping to end nearly two decades of bloodshed that killed hundreds of thousands and displaced millions more, Sudan’s transitional government signed a peace deal with an alliance of rebel groups on Monday to end fighting in Darfur. and the southern regions of Southern Kordofan and Sin Nile. It was the first major breakthrough in the peace process …

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Facebook threatens to block news in Australia

Facebook users in Australia may soon be blocked from sharing news. The social media giant threatens to make it impossible for Australian users to share local and international news on both Facebook and Instagram if the government adopts new regulations changing the financial agreement between publishers and online platforms. The new rules, strongly backed by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp Australia, …

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The Paris prosecutor launched an investigation after a magazine portrayed the black politician as a slave

An article in Valeurs Actuelles, entitled Daniel Obono in the Age of Slavery, is a fictional account of Obono’s return to 18th-century Africa. The magazine included illustrations depicting Obono with chains around his neck. The publication of the article provoked an immediate and significant reaction from the French political class. “Following the publication on 27 August 2020 of an article …

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Venezuela pardons 110 people, including Maduro ‘s opponents, as elections approach World news

The Venezuelan government has announced pardons for more than 100 people, including political opponents who are in prison, have taken refuge in foreign embassies in Caracas or have fled the country. The move comes ahead of the December 6 congressional elections that the movement, led by US-backed opposition leader Juan Guaido, says it is boycotting because voting conditions are not …

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Former Venezuelan official surrenders to federal authorities in $ 1.2 billion money laundering case – Miami Herald

Former Venezuelan official surrenders to federal authorities in $ 1.2 billion money laundering case, Miami Herald Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has pardoned political opponents of The New York Times Covid: Venezuela is looking for testers for the Russian vaccine BBC News Top envoy says US prepares tougher oil sanctions against Venezuela Aljazeera.com Former Venezuelan official flees to help US investigate …

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