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Why Do Countries Have Multiple Capitals?

In the world, there are several countries that have different capitals, South Africa is just one example, but there are many more.

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and Monkeypox

Latin America in Short: Attack Against Cristina Fernández | Monkeypox Advances in the Region

The Argentine prosecutor's office advances in its investigation into the attack against Cristina Fernández. On the other hand, monkeypox is advancing in the region and cases are on the rise. The most relevant news of the week summarized here

Liz Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Liz Truss In the UK: Will She Transform the Scene of Women Leaders in the World?

Liz Truss is the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, the apparent new “Iron Lady” contributes to the transformation of the horizon for women in power in the world

Queen isabel II

Breaking News: The British Royal Crown Reports that Queen Elizabeth II has Died

The Highest Hierarch of the British Crown, Elizabeth II, Leaves the Longest Reign in the History of the British Monarchy

: Ann Young Lee

Core: Women Who Do Not Know Despair

Let’s meet Ann Young Lee, CEO, and co-founder of CORE a humanitarian organization that helps hundreds of victims with the support of women of diverse backgrounds.

Liz Truss

Breaking News: Liz Truss Will Be UK's Next Leader

The controversial Liz Truss will be the next leader of the United Kingdom facing one of the worst energy crises in its history.

Suez Canal and Camila Osorio

Latin America in Short: New Suez Canal Blockade | Camila Osorio is Eliminated from the US Open

This week another blockage of the Suez Canal took place, this time resolved quickly and efficiently. On the other hand, Camila Osorio was eliminated from the US Open. The most relevant news of the week are summarized here.

Sadr supporters and the army

Why Is Iraq In Chaos?

Since October 2021, this Middle Eastern country has had a legislative blockade despite the tense calm that lasted until the end of August, when a great religious leader announced that he was withdrawing from national politics

Members of the National Scientific Council

The First National Scientific Council in Colombia, Is Made Up of Gender Equality

Colombia recently introduced ten scientists, 5 men and 5 women that will make part of the National Scientific Council.

Pedro Castillo and Daniel Ortega

Latin America in Short: New Ministers in Peru | Daniel Ortega vs. La Prensa

This week new ministers were appointed in Peru. On the other hand, the president of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, wages a war against the newspaper La Prensa

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Donald Trump's Influence Continues to Advance in the Republican Primaries

The candidates supported by the former Republican president continue to achieve victories in order to control the party and reach Congress in midterm elections

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Women Will Now Be Able To Denounce Violence in Their Own Language or Dialect

GenderLab, together with the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, developed a Quick Action Guide to report acts of violence against women in that country.

Flag of the Shining Path and Volodymyr Zelensky

Latin America in Short: Blow to Sendero Luminoso in Peru | Zelensky Asks Latin America for Help

Peru's military forces have dealt a heavy blow this week to what remains of the outlaw group known as Sendero Luminoso. In global news, the president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, addresses Latin America and asks the countries of the region to cut relations with Russia

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Breaking News: Largest US Pharmacies Convicted in Opioid Crisis

A Federal Judge in Ohio Ordered Walmart, CVS and Walgreens to Pay more than $650 Million dollars toTtwo Counties in the State for Their Responsibility in the Opioid Crisis