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Trump visits France to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I

His arrival in Paris is due to the centenary of the end of the World War I. Despite the tense atmosphere among US and France leaders, both tried to dispel the misunderstandings

 

Maduro, Trump and Duque: The life before the presidency

One was a bus driver and another was a TV star. Certainly, the lives of these three leaders were very different before they arrived in politics

US Elections: These are the 3 women who could make history

The increase in female participation and the possible arrival of the first indigenous woman to the US Congress could mark historical events in the legislative elections of November 6

Santos, Mujica, and Obama: The life after the presidency

One is a teacher, others are activists, but all have dedicated themselves to enjoy life and spend time with their family

Is the Cold War coming back? Trump will withdraw from the nuclear treaty with Russia

The treaty agreed in 1987 between the Soviet Union and the United States, marked a great step for the Cold War. However, Trump announced that he will retire

Do you know what Chávez, Hitler and Pinochet have in common?

LatinAmerican Post spoke with a psychologist who told us some aspects shared by the deceased presidents

North and South Korea: What's next after the demining of the two countries?

Demining, which was achieved as an agreement of the Inter-Korean Summit, is another step towards the denuclearization of North Korea.

How are Uruguay and Colorado doing after legalizing marijuana?

Fewer arrests and more tourism are some of the positive aspects of the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, US, and Uruguay

North Korea: Why Kim Jong-un will not end the nuclear program?

War "can never be a bargaining chip for getting the DPRK denuclearized": ​​North Korean news agency

Social credit system: A dangerous form of control in China

As in Venezuela, China will implement a citizen control system. Here you can find all about it

 

Supreme Court of Justice: This would happen if Brett Kavanaugh wins

The candidate of Donald Trump, among other things, could support Trump in his immigration policies that will affect Latinos seeking to reach the United States

Brexit: Relations between the EU and the UK are on the verge

After the Informal Summit in Austria, the debate on the Brexit increased without agreement between the EU countries, the parties of the United Kingdom and the public opinion

Which topics should be addressed at the UN General Assembly?

These are some of the world issues that deserve to be addressed at the seventy-third session of the UN General Assembly that began on September 18

This is how the amendment that could impeach Donald Trump works

The alleged plot within the Trump administration would have considered invoking the 25th amendment of the United States Constitution

Conspiracy? Trump's government met secretly with Venezuelan militaries

After an article published by The New York Times, the theory of a coup plot against Maduro which, according to the president, is headed by the United States, has gained strength

In midst of criticism and betrayal, the Trump era collapses

The criticism of Obama, a book and a column of a senior official in The New York Times, could contribute to changing the political landscape for Trump in the upcoming elections to Congress

Brexit: Are there regrets for voting in favor?

Brexit is approaching, but still London and Brussels must agree the commercial relationship before a political climate that looks for a second referendum

India decriminalizes homosexuality: How is the rest of the world doing?

On September 6, India's Supreme Court repealed the Article 377 of 2013 which punished people from the LGBTI community

Is it possible the legalization of marijuana in Germany?

In August, thousands of people took to the streets in different cities across the country to support the legalization of marijuana

Trump vs. the Media: is the US president forecasting closures?

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, predicts the bankruptcy of the New York Times and the Washington Post in 7 years: is this a case of censorship in the Venezuelan style?

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