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EURASIAN TIMES

EURACTIV

ARGENTINIË – BUENOS AIRES TIMES

ARGENTINIË – MERCOPRESS

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    MercoPress

  • The Falklands Conflict – Then and Now
    By Harold Briley for MercoPress (London) – The 40th anniversary of the Falklands Conflict is being commemorated all year with events in the Falkland Islands, the United Kingdom, and Argentina as MercoPress has reported.... Read more »
  • Brazil cuts down Mercosur external tariffs yet again
    In a move to contain inflation ahead of this year's Oct. 2 elections, Brazil's Chamber of Foreign Trade decided to cut down the Mercosur Common External Tariff (TEC) by 10% on items such as beans, meat, pasta, cookies, rice, and construction materials, the Ministry of Economy announced.... Read more »
  • Bolsonaro/Biden meeting during the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles
    Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is scheduled to attend the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles next month and plans to meet with U.S. President Joe Biden, according to Planalto Palace sources. The decision follows on a visit from Biden's special envoy, former Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd who met with... Read more »
  • Archbishop of Buenos Aires calls for “fraternal Argentina”
    Argentine President Alberto Fernández finally gave up his plans to spend the May 25 National holiday in Antarctica and walked from Casa Rosada with his entourage to the Cathedral after breakfast for the traditional te Deum (thanksgiving service) at the Buenos Aires Cathedral in charge of Archbishop Mario Poli, Jorge... Read more »
  • Argentine opposition against Blue Hole Law to protect site of sunken submarine
    Relatives of the Argentine Navy's ARA San Juan's crew have voiced their anger at the opposition Juntos por el Cambio (JxC) lawmakers not endorsing a bill to protect the area where the remains of the submarine were found.... Read more »
  • Scioli: Argentina and Brazil will guarantee food and energy for the region
    Argentina's Ambassador Daniel Scioli Wednesday highlighted the integration process with Brazil and the current relationship between South America's two largest countries, which will “together guarantee food and energy for the region.”... Read more »
  • Argentina launches migration opportunity for Non-Mercosur nationals
    Argentina's Migrations Directorate has announced new rules for nationals of non-Mercosur countries wishing to settle in the South American country, thus giving incoming foreigners a 90-day window to regularize their legal status.... Read more »

AUSTRALIË – ABC NEWS

AUSTRALIË – NEWS.COM.AU

ANGOLA – ALL AFRICA – ANGOLA

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    AllAfrica News: Angola

  • Ruling Party Faces United Opposition in Upcoming Poll. But It's Pushing Back
    [The Conversation Africa] The election of Angolan President João Lourenço in 2017 raised hopes of a shift from the authoritarian and corrupt era of his predecessor. This was thanks to the new, more open and approachable style of governance he instituted in his first months in office. This included opening... Read more »
  • Football - Petro De Luanda Win Top Division Championship
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- Petro de Luanda won the national first division football championship on Wednesday, after defeating Sagrada Esperança da Luanda Norte by 3-1, in the 26th round played at Luanda 's 11 de Novembro Stadium.... Read more »
  • Journalists Reflect On Media's Role During Election Time
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- The Mass Media serves as an important indicator for election observers, acting as a barometer for press freedom and expression, access to information and equal opportunities for all contestants, the commissioner Eduardo Magalhaes said Wednesday, in Luanda.... Read more »
  • Opinion Polls Banned Ahead of Electoral Campaigns
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- Conducting surveys and opinion polls related to the electoral issues are prohibited as of the beginning of the campaign, in the light of the Draft Law on the matter under discussion in the Parliament.... Read more »
  • Portugal Issues More Than 100 Visas a Day in Angola
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- At least 150 different visas are issued daily by the Portuguese Embassy in Angola, under the mobility agreement of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP), signed in July 2021.... Read more »
  • Angola Reiterates Commitment to Oceans Protection
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- The secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Esmeralda Mendonça, said Tuesday that Angola has renewed its commitment to protect and sustain the oceans, through the support and participation of civil society as well as national and international partners.... Read more »
  • Angola Takes Part in African Union Summit
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- Angola Head of State João Lourenço participated Tuesday in the summit of the General Assembly of the African Union (AU)'s Heads of State and of Government, which analyzed the access to Covid-19 vaccines manufactured in Africa, among other issues.... Read more »

Canada – CBC NEWS

INDIA – ONE INDIA

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    India News, India Breaking News, Latest news headlines in India - Oneindia News

  • Since January forces have gunned down 26 foreign terrorists in J&K
    New Delhi, May 26: Security forces have killed 26 foreign terrorists affiliated to Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad outfits in Jammu and Kashmir during the first five months of the year, a senior police officer said on Thursday. "So far, 26... Read more »
  • Telangana CM skips meet with PM Modi; meets Deve Gowda in Bengaluru
    Bengaluru, May 26: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Thursday paid a visit to former Prime Minister and JD (S) supremo HD Deve Gowda at his residence in Bengaluru on Thursday. Hours before Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Hyderabad,... Read more »
  • South-west Monsoon advances to Sri Lanka, onward to Kerala
    New Delhi, May 26: After a six-day pause, the south-west monsoon has started lingering towards Kerala, having covered southern Sri Lanka on Thursday, the weather office said. "Conditions are favourable for further advance of Southwest Monsoon over some more parts of... Read more »
  • Why BJP leader Harsh Vardhan walked out of Delhi LG's swearing-in ceremony
    New Delhi, May 26: Senior BJP leader Harsh Vardhan walked out of the swearing-in ceremony of newly appointed Delhi LG Vinai Kumar Saxena at Raj Niwas on Sunday. A video of him expressing his unhappiness over the seating arrangements has now... Read more »
  • 21 year old model found dead in Kolkata apartment
    Kolkata, May 26: A 21-year-old model was found dead in her rented apartment in Kolkata's Dumdum area, days after a television actor died by suicide, police said today. The body of Bidisha De Majumder was found in her apartment in Kolkata's... Read more »
  • Pecan nuts, tofu, avocado: Navjot Singh Sidhu’s special diet in jail
    New Delhi, May 26: Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu who is serving a one year jail term will be on a special diet as recommended considering his medical condition. His day starts with rosemary tea, white petha juice of coconut... Read more »
  • Today the world is realising that India means business: PM Modi at ISB, Hyderabad
    Hyderabad, May 26: Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the celebration of the completion of 20 years of Indian School of Business (ISB) in Hyderabad. At the outset, the Prime Minister paid tributes to those who have contributed to take... Read more »

INDIA – NDTV

GRIEKENLAND – EKATHIMERINI

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    LATEST NEWS

  • Gardens Festival | Athens | May 26-29
    Organized by the Athens Art Network, the Gardens Festival is a fun event featuring free concerts in different public spaces around the Greek capital.... Read more »
  • Greece should demilitarize islands or Turkey may challenge their sovereignty, Cavusoglu warns
    Greece must withdraw its military from the Aegean islands or Turkey “will take matters further,” Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu warned on Thursday, adding that Ankara is prepared to challenge their sovereignty. ... Read more »
  • Greece is more than a ‘pillar of stability,’ it is a paradigm
    Endy Zemenides, HALC’s executive director, joins Thanos Davelis to look at why, after Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ visit to Washington DC, Greece is now a paradigm in terms of both geopolitics and values.... Read more »
  • Proliferation of purple jellyfish observed in parts of Aegean
    Experts in Greece are keeping a close eye on the proliferation of a particularly undesirable species of jellyfish in several parts of the Aegean Sea, warning that rising sea temperatures and over-fishing are exacerbating the phenomenon.... Read more »
  • Greece sending letter to UN in response to Turkish claims
    Greece is sending an official letter to the United Nations, countering, in detail, Ankara’s “unfounded claims” concerning the islands of the Aegean, diplomatic sources said on Thursday.... Read more »
  • EU adopts firmer stance on Ankara rhetoric
    The European Commission’s initial lackluster response to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan saying that he no longer recognizes Kyriakos Mitsotakis became firmer later on Wednesday, with one high-ranking official saying that the EU demands respect for its leaders and member-states.... Read more »
  • FM holds ‘fruitful talks’ on Skopje leg of West Balkans tour
    Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias hailed “fruitful talks” during a trip to North Macedonia on Wednesday that is part of the Greek official’s ongoing tour of the Western Balkans.... Read more »

GRIEKENLAND – GREEKREPORTER

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    GreekReporter.com

  • Jellyfish Population Explodes in Parts of Greece
    An explosion in the population of jellyfish along some of the beaches in Greece is causing concern for scientists and beachgoers this summer. Experts are monitoring the proliferation of the Pelagia noctiluca, a purple jelly that carries a very painful sting in its long tentacles. Sightings of large numbers of... Read more »
  • “How to Murder Your Husband” Author Found Guilty of Killing Husband
    An American author—who once wrote an essay titled “How to Murder Your Husband”—was convicted by a jury in Portland on Wednesday of fatally shooting her husband four years ago. The jury of seven women and five men found Nancy Crampton Brophy, 71, guilty of second-degree murder on Wednesday after deliberating... Read more »
  • Palace of Aigai: The Biggest Building of Ancient Greece
    The palace of Aigai, known today as Vergina, is considered not only the biggest but, together with the Parthenon, the most significant building of classical Greece. Constructed during the reign of Philip II (359-336 BC) on a raised outcrop in Vergina, northern Greece, the palace — three times the size... Read more »
  • Texas Gunman Revealed His Intentions on Facebook
    Texas Governor Greg Abbott said on Wednesday that the gunman who opened fire at an elementary school in Uvalde on Tuesday, killing 19 children and two teachers, said on Facebook just before the shooting that he was going to attack a school, CBS News reported. Abbott said the gunman wrote... Read more »
  • War Shelter in Crete a Poignant Reminder of Nazi Occupation
    A hidden gem of a museum in the town of Platanias, Crete, remains o poignant reminder of the three-and-a-half-year Nazi occupation of the island during the Second World War. The War Shelter museum of Platanias consists of an underground complex of booths and tunnels that were used by the Germans... Read more »
  • Russia Joins Turkey in Attack on Greece Targeting PM Mitsotakis
    Russia blasted Greece and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday for the statements he made during his recent visit to Washington as relations between the two countries reach a new low. Greece’s anti-Russian stance is “a show of faith in the orders imposed by the United States and NATO”, said... Read more »
  • Agistri: The Greek Island Paradise Just a Stone’s Throw Away from Athens
    Agistri is a green, lush island that includes many scenic and unspoiled charms despite its proximity to the Greek capital city of Athens. Read the full story on GreekReporter.com.... Read more »

PAKISTAN – ARY NEWS

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    ARY NEWS

  • Asad Umar welcomes PM Shehbaz Sharif’s offer for talks on fresh elections
    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) general secretary Asad Umar Thursday welcomed Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s offer for talks on the date of fresh elections in Pakistan, ARY NEWS reported. Speaking to ARY NEWS, Asad Umar said that Shehbaz Sharif should announce a committee for talks on fresh elections along with the... Read more »
  • VideoPM Shehbaz Sharif rejects Imran Khan’s demand for immediate elections
    ISLAMABAD: Rejecting the demand for immediate elections by PTI chairman Imran Khan, Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif Thursday said that National Assembly (NA) will decide when to hold general elections in the country, ARY News reported. Addressing the floor of the National Assembly, PM Shehbaz Sharif they will not take... Read more »
  • VideoDetained PTI lawmakers in Karachi set free
    KARACHI: Following Supreme Court (SC) orders, the detained Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) lawmakers were released from Karachi Central Jail on Thursday, ARY News reported. Those who were released from prison include PTI MNA Saifur Rehman and Sindh MPA Raja Azhar. Both were arrested during raids conducted by Sindh police in wake... Read more »
  • Female TikToker dies after 17 days of acid attack
    KOT ADDU: A female TikToker who suffered burn injuries after being attacked with acid on Thursday died in Kot Addu city of the Punjab province after fighting for life for the last 17 days, ARY NEWS reported. The incident was reported 17 days back when unidentified men barged into the... Read more »
  • KGF Chapter 2: Yash starrer continues on record-breaking spree
    Yash starrer ‘KGF: Chapter 2’  continue to claim more Box Office records as the crime saga crossed INR1200 crore in its worldwide collections. Prashanth Neel directorial crime thriller has amassed a massive INR12.2 billion in its worldwide Box Office collections in six weeks of release. The title which opened in theatres... Read more »
  • LHC orders release of Azadi marchers
    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) has ordered the release of PTI workers who were placed under house arrest during Azadi Long March, ARY News reported. The plea against the arrest of long marchers was taken by the Lahore High Court chief justice. The capital city police officer (CCPO) Lahore... Read more »
  • The end of fish and chips?
    At west London’s Hooked Fish and Chips, Bally Singh is struggling to keep the tills ringing for a British tradition, with prices sky-rocketing for fish, potatoes, cooking oil and even the flour used for the batter the dish is cooked in. Cranking up their bubbling oil friers only to see... Read more »

PORTUGAL – PORTUGAL RESIDENT

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TURKIJE – DAILY SABAH

FIVE THIRTY EIGHT

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    Five Thirty Eight

  • The Twisted Logic Behind The Right’s ‘Great Replacement’ Arguments
    Days after a white gunman shot 13 people, killing 10, at a grocery store in a majority-Black neighborhood in Buffalo, New York, Fox News host Tucker Carlson aired a segment about the “great replacement theory.” “We’re still not sure exactly what it is,” Carlson claimed about the racist, white-supremacist conspiracy... Read more »
  • The NBA’s Conference Finals MVP Award Is New This Year. But What If We Had Always Had It?
    When the NBA conference finals each wrap up, the league will award two new trophies: the Larry Bird Trophy for the Eastern Conference finals MVP and the Earvin “Magic” Johnson Trophy for the Western Conference finals MVP. Bird and Johnson are fitting namesakes for these awards given that their struggle... Read more »
  • The Phillies’ Defense Might Be Good Enough
    The Philadelphia Phillies were expected to be one of the worst defensive teams in baseball this season, with enough errors to fill a weekly blooper reel. That made it all the more surprising on Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia that a baseball team lost on a routine defensive miscue … and... Read more »
  • VideoAl Horford Fills The Gaps For The Celtics
    Last year at this time, Al Horford’s team was finishing up a dismal season, closed out by losing 23 of its final 25 games and securing a lottery spot. Through that entire ugly stretch for Oklahoma City, Horford sat on the bench.  While the tanking Thunder didn’t want Horford’s leadership,... Read more »
  • The Datasets We’re Looking At This Week
    You’re reading Data Is Plural, a weekly newsletter of useful/curious datasets. Below you’ll find the May 25, 2022, edition, reprinted with permission at FiveThirtyEight. 2022.05.25 edition Supercomputers, infrastructure permitting, European election results, Moreno and Jennings’s sociograms and Art Garfunkel’s library. Supercomputers. Since 1993, a team of researchers has regularly assessed... Read more »
  • Politics Podcast: Trump’s Revenge Primary In Georgia Fails
    After pursuing a vendetta against statewide Georgia Republican officials for more than a year, all of former President Trump’s endorsees failed to unseat incumbents in the state on Tuesday. Gov. Brian Kemp bested his Trump-backed challenger by more than 50 points and even Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who wrote... Read more »
  • For The First Time In Years, Democrats Are More Concerned About Abortion Than Republicans Are
    Americans have long taken for granted the constitutional right to an abortion, established by the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark 1973 ruling in Roe v. Wade. Throughout most of the fall in 2021, Democrats, and especially Republicans, still thought that Roe would more likely than not remain the law of the... Read more »

AFGHANISTAN – PAJHWOK

THE BULWARK

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    The Bulwark

  • VideoThe Tangle of Trumpian Conspiracy Theories
    Conspiracy theories rarely grow alone. They are like vines: when placed next to one another, they entwine and mature together—the worldviews and communities where they thrive are trellises they climb to the heights of absurdity. Which is why Donald Trump’s “Big Lie”—the belief that the 2020 election was illegitimate and... Read more »
  • Should Oligarchs’ Assets Be Seized for Ukraine Reparations?
    At first blush, it seems only fair that some of the sanctioned assets of Russian oligarchs, human rights abusers, and others high up in the kleptocratic Kremlin regime be diverted to help Ukraine rebuild after the war. The principle behind such a reparations scheme seems straightforward: Those who caused so... Read more »
  • The Way to Reform Gun Laws Is Incrementally
    Saint Louis, Missouri Last week, two and a half miles from where I type this, Christopher Brennan was murdered in cold blood while taking out the trash. I had met Brennan a few times when I lived in St. Louis. He was shot seven times, once in the head. Saint... Read more »
  • VideoStop Begging. Start Fighting.
    On Tuesday, after a gunman killed 19 children and 2 teachers in a Texas elementary school, Sen. Chris Murphy stood on the Senate floor and implored his colleagues to stop mass shootings. “I’m here on this floor to beg,” said Murphy, pressing his palms together in prayerful supplication. “To literally... Read more »
  • ‘Chip ’n Dale: Rescue Rangers’ Review
    As a critic—or even a simple, discerning moviegoer—it’s important to understand your own biases when examining a film. One needn’t agree with a message to appreciate its artistry and vice versa: a good message cannot be allowed to negate shoddy filmmaking no matter how badly you wish God to be... Read more »
  • Heroes of Mariupol or Neo-Nazi Menace?
    Last week’s dramatic fall of Mariupol, a port city in eastern Ukraine, to Russian forces after a prolonged and brutal siege has revived the controversy about the Azov Regiment, a unit of Ukraine’s National Guard to which most of the city’s defenders belonged. Ukraine’s American critics, particularly those on the... Read more »
  • Rent-a-Robot and Our Tight Labor Market
    Born from a chance encounter between a robotics tinkerer and an Isaac Asimov-inspired engineer-turned-entrepreneur, the Unimate—a single-armed, vacuum tube-driven robot—was put to work on the assembly lines of the General Motors plant in Ewing, New Jersey in 1961. It was a watershed moment for industrial robotics and the first sign... Read more »

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