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The Court Admits Illegal Arrests in Chile

Authorities report that there are 5,400 detainees since the protests began. The president of the Supreme Court of Chile, Haroldo Brito, confirmed that illegal detentions have increased during protests against the government of Sebastián Piñera. “The due process guarantee says that there must be a relationship in criminal cases primarily …

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Intimate Photos of US Congresswoman Katie Hill Surface

The Democratic Congresswoman for California, Katie Hill, has been involved in a scandal after photographs were revealed in compromising situations. Following this, the United States House of Representatives has opened an investigation against it. In the images, which were disseminated by the Daily Mail, Hill appears naked, showing a tattoo of the Nazi era and kissing with a campaign assistant. The latter would …

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Donald Trump Puts Vladimir Putin in Trouble

Critics defined the US withdrawal. of Syria as a “gift to Russia“. However, this “present” brings traps that complicate Russian relations in the Middle East. As “a gift to Russia, Iran and the Islamic State,” Brett McGurk defined the US decision. of withdrawing its troops from Syria. The American McGurk represented his …

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Calm Returns to Ecuador

Lenín Moreno signed a new decree that annulled the gasoline; indigenous people suspend protests and unlock streets. After 12 days of indigenous protests and national mobilizations, Ecuador regained its calm. Yesterday, the president, Lenín Moreno, signed a new decree that annuls the austerity plan that increased the price of fuels. In …

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