Jerry Brown Pardons 5 Ex-Convicts Facing Deportation, Provoking Trump

posted in: News, United States

Gov. Jerry Brown of California pardoned five ex-convicts, including two whose families had fled the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia decades ago. President Trump criticized the move on Twitter on Saturday.CreditRich Pedroncelli/Associated Press Gov. Jerry Brown of California on Friday … Read More

Erdogan accuses Israel of ‘inhumane attack’ in Gaza

posted in: Israel, News

Turkish leader says he implored US President Trump to intervene to halt violence on Gaza security fence. Turkish President and leader of the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) Recep Tayyip Erdogan gestures as he delivers a speech during the … Read More

Russia escalates row in spy case

posted in: News, Russia

PHOTO BY AP/DMITRI LOVETSKY A man carries boxes from the U.S. Consulate in St. Petersburg, Russia, as a Russian police officer guards the entrance Friday. MOSCOW — The crisis between Russia and the West over the poisoning of a former … Read More

Brazil yellow fever update: 1,131 confirmed cases and 338 deaths

The Brazil Ministry of Health updated on Wednesday (computer translated) the information passed by the state health departments on the situation of yellow fever in the country. During the monitoring period (from July 1, 2017 to March 27, 2018), 1,131 cases of yellow … Read More

Athens Prepare New Bill to Accelerate Asylum Procedure

posted in: News, Refugee Crisis Europe

The Greek government has prepared a new bill that will speed up the country’s asylum procedure amid an increase in migration to Greece this year, Greek Migration Policy Minister Dimitris Vitsas said Friday. “We are bringing a new bill in parliament … Read More

North Korea is ‘preparing for nuclear test by digging tunnel’

posted in: Far East, News

JAPAN has warned that North Korea is “doing everything possible” to prepare for the next nuclear test by digging a new tunnel. NORTH Korea is gearing up for a new nuclear test by digging an underground tunnel, Japan has warned. … Read More

Angela Merkel is beleaguered but she is far from finished

posted in: Germany, News

As she begins her fourth and final term as Germany’s chancellor, her party remains Germany’s strongest, and she is more popular than the party. Germany’s economy will continue to expand. Unfortunately, Europe and the world need more leadership than a … Read More

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