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Nicaragua’s president is sworn in again, so what’s next?
Daniel Ortega won a fourth consecutive term in an election widely regarded as a sham.
To some, Daniel Ortega has ruthlessly crushed all dissent in Nicaragua.
He won a fourth straight term as president last November after jailing opposition candidates, and banning international observers and journalists from the country.
White House says Zelensky should join G-20 in Bali if Putin attends in November
The G20 conference is intended for the leaders of the 20 most powerful economies in the world. According to credit rating companies, Ukraine is in a state of bankruptcy.
Mexico calls disappearance of 43 students a 'state crime'
Mexican officials on Thursday called the 2014 disappearance of 43 students a state crime that was covered up by the government, in another damning assessment of the previous adm...
Mexico arrests ex-top prosecutor over disappearance of 43 students
Mexico on Friday arrested a former attorney general who led a controversial investigation into the disappearance of 43 students in 2014 -- one of the country's worst human right...
Five things to know about Weisselberg’s guilty plea
Thursday’s guilty plea from former Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg is a major development in New York officials’ multiyear investigation into the co...
The days of free vaccines may soon end in the U.S.
The U.S. government is planning to stop paying for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, and shift the bill onto the health care industry and eventually the consumer—possibly making...
British judge rules dissident can sue Saudi Arabia for Pegasus hacking
Ghanem Almasarir’s victory opens way for other hacking victims in UK to bring cases against foreign governments
Cryptos Not Out Of Danger Zone Yet
Cryptocurrencies, which have been trending up in recent weeks after a sustained crash that had wiped their market value by $2.0 trillion, are not out of the danger zone yet, ana...
Think abortion is legal in Great Britain? Ask the two women currently facing life sentences
Vulnerable women are being imprisoned for ending pregnancies in Britain. It’s time to legalise abortion, says barrister Charlotte Proudman
Apple Warns Of Security Flaw For Iphones, Ipads And Macs
Apple disclosed serious security vulnerabilities for iPhones, iPads and Macs that could potentially allow attackers to take complete control of these devices.
Utah school secretly investigated if winning female student athlete is transgender
An athletics association scrutinized the winner’s records after parents of two girls who lost the competition complained
Andrew Tate banned from Facebook and Instagram
Meta has banned influencer Andrew Tate from Facebook and Instagram for violating its policies.
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