Day: June 8, 2018

Following The U.S. And Guatemala, Paraguay Moves Embassy

Paraguayan President, Horacio Cartes, has made the decision to relocate the Paraguayan embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. Jerusalem is a city filled with political tensions, for both Palestinian and Israeli citizens see it as their rightful capital. Palestine and Israel both claim the city as their territory, and each

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Death Toll Rises Above 100 In Nicaragua Protests

In mid-April, Nicaraguans began protests demanding that President Daniel Ortega step down from office and since then, more than 100 people have died as a result. Witnesses and human rights groups have identified state security forces and armed pro-government groups as those responsible for the fatalities. Rosario Murillo, Vice President

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Al-Assad To Meet Kim Jong Un

Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad is planning to meet Kim Jong-Un, the leader of North Korea, in the hopes of furthering the diplomatic relations of both nations, which have long been allied with both common foes as well as common interests regarding weapons development. Syria, still in a state of war

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Missing Children In The United States

Yes, the United States government did lose track of about 1,500 immigrant children. Jonathan S. Tobin of the National Review refers to the story as “The Anti-Trump Media’s ‘Missing Kids’ Myth.” He writes, “these children were not separated from their parents but rather had arrived illegally at the border on

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