The attack in New Zealand shows the consequences of the anti-Muslim speech of the extreme right.
Attack of the “Donzo” militias (traditional hunters), who depend on the Bambara ethnic group, against the Peul ethnic herders.
He wants to show that he lives it as one of his televised contests, with an attitude between arrogant and dominant male, but Donald Trump knows that his future may depend on a report that until now almost everything is unknown: you do not know the extension, nor the content, nor when it can be published.
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Yes, we know it. The Brexit is chaos. If you have taken a look at the latest headlines, you will have read that in order to approve the orderly departure from the United Kingdom, the British Parliament has to approve the agreement that it has not wanted to approve twice. Yes, that is, everything is about approving or not approving.
The president of the British House of Commons, John Bercow, has warned on Monday that the government can not return to vote on the Brexit agreement if its proposal is “substantially the same” as that rejected by Parliament last week .
New Zealand lives on Friday its “darkest day” after the attacks on two mosques in Chrischurch in which at least 49 people have died and for which a suspect has been accused, apparently a white supremacist of Australian origin.
Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are among those accused of participating in a university admission scandal in the United States.
From opiates prescribed to an epidemic of heroin addiction that kills more than firearms and traffic accidents. Learn more about this situation in the United States.
The video of a group of Belgian teenagers disguised as Muslims in the schoolyard to celebrate that there are only 100 days left by the end of the year, some of them wearing false explosive belts, has sown controversy in Belgium, where they have received criticism for mixing Islam. and terrorism.
The president in charge, who secretly left the weekend to attend the concert in Colombia, was banned from leaving the country and Maduro threatens to stop him when he returns.
Tens of thousands of Algerians overflowed the streets of the country today to protest the decision of its president, Abdelaziz Buteflika, to aspire to a fifth consecutive term, wrapped in national flags to signal their patriotism and rehearsed songs rehearsed in the stadiums.