Day: April 3, 2022

U.S. Defence Secretary Adds Bulgaria Stop To European Trip

Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby has announced that U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin will add a stop in Bulgaria to his European trip, which began on March 15th. Secretary Austin is visiting the continent to participate in the N.A.T.O. Defence Ministerial in Brussels and to reassure key allies in Eastern Europe.

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Leader Of Cártel del Noreste Gang Arrested, Deported To U.S.

On March 6th, Juan Gerardo Treviño, leader of Cártel del Noreste (Northeast Cartel) and also known as El Huevo (“The Egg”), was arrested in the border city of Nuevo Laredo. He currently faces U.S. extraditions for money laundering and drug trafficking. In addition to these charges, Treviño faces extortion and

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Hungary Rights Groups Fight Homophobia With Invalid Votes

Last week, human rights advocates in Hungary staged an attempt to invalidate the LGBTQ+ referendum pushed by current prime minister Viktor Orbán. The human rights groups are asking Hungarian citizens to cast invalid votes at the referendum to prevent the proposal from reaching the required quorum. Any proposal in Hungary

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Tunisian Military Judge Orders the Release of Presidential Critic

A Tunisian military judge has finally ordered the release of jailed lawyer Abderrazak Errazak Kilani, a major, outspoken critic of Tunisia’s President Kais Saied. Kilani was detained earlier for “inciting the police to break the law,” according to the National News (MENA), and will be consequently released from prison as

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