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North Korea and South Korea: looking for peace

Both North Korea and its sister in the South had a single goal: to sign peace. What progress was made in 2018?

Russia and Trump: another chapter in the investigations

The investigation IGNORE INTO whether Trump got help from the Russian government, opens another chapter with the disclosure of a report from a cybersecurity company

What is the Pence Effect?

The Vice President of the USA, Mike Pence, has unleashed a controversy around the #MeToo movement, leading to the creation of the Pence Effect

To build or not to build? The discord in the United States government

The US government partially closed its operations, because there was not a budget agreement on the construction of the border wall

Indonesia: a rare phenomenon that caused the tragedy

A tsunami hit the coasts of the Sunda Strait last night, leaving 222 dead, 843 injured and at least 30 missing

What is the Global Migration Pact sought by the UN?

The Pact, which had been prepared for months and aims to help victims of migration, was not very well received by some countries

She is Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, Angela Merkel's successor

After her election as president of the Christian Democratic Union party, Kramp-Karrenbauer is also projected as the successor of Angela Merkel as Chancellor

Will there be a second referendum for Brexit?

Given the uncertainty in the United Kingdom, a second referendum begins to sound like a solution to the political stalemate

Social media: the perfect ally for manifestations

Twitter and Facebook became tools for the protests for education in Colombia and the manifestations of the "yellow vests" in France

3 eternal presidents who don’t want to leave

Evo Morales, Vladimir Putin, and Daniel Ortega are some of the current presidents who have been leading their countries for the longest time

Russia vs Ukraine: we explain you the crisis

From the attack of ships, until the end of the Treaty of Friendship, we review what happened between Russia and Ukraine

United Kingdom: Brexit's biggest loser

The country will leave the European Union and begin a transition process for March 2019. Experts are still unaware of the seriousness of this political moment

Meng Wanzhou: What are the consequences of her detention?

The arrest of the senior Chinese electronics leader was for alleged violation of US sanctions on Iran

France: protests invade the country

After three weeks of intense protests, Macron slowly gives way. However, will it be enough?