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Platinum Jubilee for the 96th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth of England

Queen Elizabeth II of England, whose full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor and who assumed her reign for 70 years, will celebrate her 96th birthday with various activities in the month of June, although her date of birth is on April.

Elon Musk visited the works of the German Tesla factory in Gruenheide.

Elon Musk's Twitter: Freedom Sanctuary or Fake News?

The businessman, the richest in the world, has set his sights on Twitter for his purchase, but what implications would this have?

Emmanuel Macron, Marine Le Pen and Juan Fernando Quintero

Latin America in Short: Presidential Elections in France | Juan Fernando Quintero Injured

This Sunday there will be presidential elections in France. In sports, on the other hand, this week Juan Fernando Quintero was injured. These and other news of the week summarized here

Monica Fonseca

Mónica Fonseca Building a Friendlier World for LGBTI

The Colombian journalist and podcaster Mónica Fonseca has made working to support feminism, inclusion, and sexual diversity priorities on her agenda.

Destroyed Russian tanks litter the streets of Bucha

What Is It and What Does It Mean that Russia Can Enter the List of Countries that Support Terrorism?

The United States is considering placing the Eurasian country alongside North Korea, Iran, Cuba, and Syria as one of the countries that seek to create terror in the world, taking into account the invasion in Ukraine

 

 

Marine LePen

Who Is Marine Le Pen and What Would a France Look Like with Her as President?

France could elect its first female president in history. Who is Marine Le Pen, the leader of the French extreme right?

Jennifer Rosales

Jenifer Paola Rosales, a Friendlier View of the Automotive Industry

Ten years in the Automotive Sector has made Jenifer Paola Rosales one of the most recognized women in this industry, standing out for her personal and professional qualities in an environment considered for years as men's.

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What Is Ramadan and What Does It Mean for Women?

The people who ideologically follow the doctrine of Islam constitute the second religious group in the world. Nearly one in four people is Muslim, making up 24.1% of the world's population.

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Vladimir Putin's Other Wars

Since the arrival of Vladimir Putin to the presidency of Russia, the transcontinental country has participated in different conflicts. This is how Putin's other wars have been

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Latin America in Short: New Massacre in Colombia | Shanghai in Quarantine

This week a new massacre has been announced in Colombia, this time at the hands of the Army. In global news, Shanghai is in crisis due to the strict quarantine due to COVID-19. This and more in our weekly summary

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5 books on politics to read this Holy Week

If you are one of those who enjoy reading during your free time, here we bring you 5 book recommendations on politics so that you can increase your knowledge during Holy Week

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Infographic: Can Vladimir Putin be charged with war crimes?

After the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the actions against civilians in the invaded country, many questions whether Russian President Putin can be charged with war crimes.

Mia Mottley, Lynn Martin and Nemonte Nenquimo

Women To Watch Out for in 2022

Changing the world requires bravery, tenacity, and a strong desire to improve things. Here are some female leaders who know just that and are leaving their mark on society.

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The Surma Tribe and Its Unique Artistic and Cultural Expression

The members of this tribe, who call themselves Dama or Dhuak, are located primarily in southern Sudan, in the Boma plain, near the Ethiopian border, and in Ethiopia, the Kafa region.