Israeli Foreign Minister Lapid ‘lashes out’ at EU’s Borrell for his visit to Tehran ‘while Iran had been plotting to kill Israeli civilians in Turkey’

Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid lashed out at EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell over his visit to Tehran aimed at reviving the stalled negotiations over the Iran nuclear deal, Politico reported, writes Yossi Lempcowicz. After meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian on Saturday in Tehran, Borrell announced  to the press that talks on… Continue reading Israeli Foreign Minister Lapid ‘lashes out’ at EU’s Borrell for his visit to Tehran ‘while Iran had been plotting to kill Israeli civilians in Turkey’

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Vacunación de covid-19 a niños de 5 a 11 años en México: fechas, sedes y recomendaciones

(CNN Español) — La vacunación contra covid-19 para niños y niñas de 5 a 11 años de edad ya comenzó en México. Desde este lunes, varios de los 32 estados de la República mexicana iniciaron con la aplicación de la primera dosis de Pfizer-BioNTech pediátrica. Cabe destacar que el esquema de vacunación para este grupo… Continue reading Vacunación de covid-19 a niños de 5 a 11 años en México: fechas, sedes y recomendaciones

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Condenan a 5 años de prisión a exguardia de campo de concentración nazi de 101 años

(CNN) — Un exguardia de un campo de concentración nazi de 101 años fue condenado a cinco años de prisión por un tribunal alemán por ser cómplice del asesinato de 3.518 personas. El hombre había sido acusado en 2021 de ayudar y ser cómplice “a sabiendas y deliberadamente” en el asesinato de prisioneros en el… Continue reading Condenan a 5 años de prisión a exguardia de campo de concentración nazi de 101 años

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UN: More than 300,000 civilians killed in Syria’s conflict

GENEVA (AP) — The first 10 years of Syria’s conflict, which started in 2011, killed more than 300,000 civilians, the United Nations said Tuesday — the highest official estimate to date of conflict-related civilian deaths in the country. The conflict began with anti-government protests that broke out in March 2011 in different parts of Syria,… Continue reading UN: More than 300,000 civilians killed in Syria’s conflict

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Cómo la Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos está desmantelando la separación de la Iglesia y el Estado

(CNN) — Los jueces de la Corte Suprema se pusieron este lunes en la piel de un entrenador de fútbol americano que quería rezar en el centro del campo después de un partido, por encima de los estudiantes que podrían sentirse presionados a unirse a él, en una decisión expansiva centrada en la “supresión” de… Continue reading Cómo la Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos está desmantelando la separación de la Iglesia y el Estado

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Ethiopia names negotiators for looming Tigray peace process

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Ethiopian authorities have named a team of seven negotiators for possible peace talks with Tigray forces. The announcement comes after Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced earlier in June the formation of a committee to handle negotiations with Tigray’s ruling party, which the government declared a terrorist group last year. “The… Continue reading Ethiopia names negotiators for looming Tigray peace process

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Wimbledon updates | Dimitrov stops injured during 2nd set

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — The Latest from Wimbledon (all times local): ___ 12:30 p.m. Three-time Grand Slam semifinalist Grigor Dimitrov retired from his first-round match at Wimbledon against American opponent Steve Johnson after having a medical evaluation of his leg. The 18th-seeded Dimitrov won the first set 6-4 and was trailing 5-2 in the second… Continue reading Wimbledon updates | Dimitrov stops injured during 2nd set

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Libyan rival officials meet for UN-led talks on elections

GENEVA (AP) — Two senior Libyan officials began two days of talks Tuesday on constitutional arrangements for elections, the latest U.N. effort to bridge gaps between the country’s rivals. Aguila Saleh, the influential speaker of the country’s east-based parliament, and Khaled al-Meshri, head of the government’s Supreme Council of State, based in the west, in… Continue reading Libyan rival officials meet for UN-led talks on elections

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Navalny appeal rejected; another Kremlin critic jailed

MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian court has rejected an appeal by imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who contended that prison authorities illegally prevented his lawyers from bringing necessary equipment including voice recorders and laptop computers to a court session held in a prison. Navalny testified at the Tuesday session by video, the first time he… Continue reading Navalny appeal rejected; another Kremlin critic jailed

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