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Giorgia Meloni after Mussolini. Italy back to the far right
The far right conquered on Sunday the third largest economy in the European Union, with a historic victory for Giorgia Meloni’s party in the legislative elections in Italy, a country that, for the first time since 1945, is on the verge of being ruled by a post-fascist leadership. The Italians
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Twitter whistleblower says there’s a Chinese spy inside the company
Peiter Zatko made statements before the US Senate Judiciary Committee. Peiter Zatko, a security expert and former Twitter executive, appeared before the US Senate Judiciary Committee to provide statements regarding the former company’s security practices. In addition to mentioning “basic systemic failures”, Zatko also claimed that there is at least
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Catholics are the majority in Northern Ireland
For the first time, Catholics are in the majority in Northern Ireland, according to a census released this fifth year. A historic upheaval in the British province was created in 1921 to ensure that the region previously dominated by Protestants continued to become part of the United Kingdom. The question
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US Congress votes in favor of reform to prevent presidents from overturning election results
Representatives of the United States House of Representatives voted this Wednesday in favor of modernizing a 135-year-old law that Donald Trump allies tried to use to nullify the results of the 2020 presidential election. 50 days before the midterm legislative elections in the United States, electoral reform projects reappeared in
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Mahsa Amini. Iran restricts social media and millions go ‘offline’
The 22-year-old’s death has sparked a wave of protests across the country – and the world. Iran has restricted access to at least two social networks and left millions of people without internet, according to Reuters on Wednesday. According to the regulator NetBlocks, some residents were unable to access Instagram
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Former Chinese justice minister sentenced to death for corruption
A former Chinese justice minister has been sentenced to death, suspended for two years, for accepting bribes and helping criminals, including his brother, to hide illegal activities, Chinese state television reported today. Fu Zhenghua, de 67 anos, declarou-se culpado de abuso de poder nos cargos de ministro e chefe da
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More than 1,380 people arrested in protests in Russia against mobilization
At least 1,386 people were arrested in Russia in protests held on Wednesday against the partial mobilization of citizens ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin to fight the war in Ukraine, a non-governmental organization (NGO) declared today. At least 1,386 people were arrested in 38 cities,” the independent organization OVD-Info,
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Washington and London Committed to Protecting Northern Ireland Deal
British Prime Minister Liz Truss and US President Joe Biden hold a bilateral meeting during the 77th UN General Assembly in New York (Photo credit: Toby Melville/AP) Washington and London assured today that they are “committed to protecting the rules” of the Northern Ireland peace agreement, an extremely sensitive topic
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“I don’t want to die for Putin.” Hundreds of detainees after mobilization
Fear reigns in Russia after the announcement of partial mobilization to reinforce that country’s army in the conflict with Ukraine. Citizens arrested following protests against the measure, announced this Wednesday by Russian President Vladimir Putin, in what was his first speech to the nation since the outbreak of the conflict,
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War in Ukraine was ‘chosen by one man’, accuses Biden
The US president accused Russia of “shamelessly” violating the UN charter, considering that the conflict in Ukraine was “chosen by one man”. Before the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN), US President Joe Biden began by highlighting the “great revolutions” of the last year, including the “growing food crisis”,
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