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Newly-Elect Mexico President Sworn Into Office

López Obrador is the first Leftist President of Mexico in 70 years

Leftist Andres Manuel López Obrador is sworn into office. He is the first Leftist President of Mexico in 70 years.  Anti-establishment and anti-corruption Leftist leader Andres Manuel López Obrador was officially sworn in as Mexico’s President on Saturday. He has sworn “deep and radical” change in Mexico. It was a landslide victory that he won in July, and he now stands as the President of the party Morena, which currently enjoys strong

Former US President George HW Bush Dies at 94

George W Bush Sr was the 41st President of the United States

 The 41st President of the United States, George HW Bush, aged 94, passed away on Friday. His family and US President Donald Trump released statements honouring the former President. The former United States President George HW Bush passed away on November 30. He was the 41st US President and was elected in the year 1989. During his Presidential term, Bush

Jamal Khashoggi Murder Case: US Sanctions Seventeen

Saudi Arabian Journalist, Jamal Khashoggi.

  The United States Treasury, on Thursday, imposed sanctions on seventeen Saudi Arabian officials involved in the killing of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi citizen and US permanent resident was a prominent journalist for the Washington Post, who was killed last month inside the Saudi Consulate in Turkey. The murder has since exposed the Saudi government and officials

US Vice President set to embark on four nation visit

US Vice President Mike Pence with President Donald Trump

US Vice President Mike Pence will be embarking on a four nation visit. He will be travelling to Singapore, Papua New Guinea, Australia and Japan from November 11 to 18 to represent President Donald Trump. The Vice President of the USA will be in Singapore the following week in order to represent Trump at ASEAN Summit. On November 17 to 18,

US President Trump authorises troops to throw rocks at Central American migrants

Calling the caravan of 4000 Central American migrants an ‘invasion’, US President Donald Trump sparks mass hysteria against these asylum seekers.

Around four thousand Central Americans, mostly from Honduras, have been trekking across Mexico to the USA border, with hopes of seeking asylum in the United States. Dubbed as a ‘caravan’ of migrants, they are still weeks and at least a thousand kilometers away from the nearest USA border. With a backpack with a few belongings and no amenities, and nature as

Ecuador Judge says Assange must obey new asylum conditions to stay there

Julian Assange’s

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s lawsuit over new asylum conditions have been dismissed by a judge in Ecuador, who maintained that the country was “not violating his fundamental rights.” The judge said that Assange must show obedience to the rules stipulated by Ecuador’s embassy in London. The new rules laid out by the embassy include keeping parts of the embassy used clean,

US Warns Airlines Against Using Iranian Airspace

The United States has issued a new flight advisory suggesting that airlines and civilian operators avoid using Iranian airspace for transit. According to the US, increased military activity in the region, owing to possibly corresponding activity in neighbouring Syria puts aviation over its airspace at risk from attack or interception. The statement released by the Federal Aviation Authority comes after the

United States Recalls Top Diplomats From Latin America Over Taiwan

The United States today recalled its top diplomats stationed in the Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Panama back to Washington for consultation. The consultation in question is set to focus primarily on the three countries' recent decision to reverse the recognition of Taiwan. The move comes in light of more and more countries across the world breaking off relations with

The PERU Way

Geographically, Peru is the third largest country in the continent, divided into three main regions: the coast, the highlands, and the jungle, where 31  million people live. Just as India is popularly associated with the Mughal tomb Taj Mahal, the image of the ancient Incan Citadel of Machu Picchu is one of the first things that come to mind when people across

United States and Mexico Sign New Trade Deal to Possibly Replace NAFTA

The United States of America and Mexico today announced that they had agreed to a new deal that replaces significant portions of NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement that was in effect between the United States, Mexico and Canada. Announcing it from the Oval Office of the White House, President Donald Trump declared the preliminary deal between the two

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