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Donald Trump - USA - US NEWS

“Trump is making desperate efforts to portray a negative image of the Islamic Republic of Iran and I believe these measures are [like] beating the air,” Chairman of the Iranian Parliament’s Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy Alaeddin Boroujerdi told reporters on Sunday.Read More →

Alberto Fujimori - Peru News in Politics

Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s approval rating has fallen to 19 percent since he granted a pardon to authoritarian former President Alberto Fujimori, a decision that has deeply divided the South American country, a poll showed on Sunday.Read More →

United Nations - UN - U.N. - NEWS

“UNSMIL is appalled by new reports of retribution killings in Libya,” the U.N.’s Libya mission, UNSMIL, said on its Twitter account. “The brutal pattern of violence must end. Those in effective control of fighters and those ordering, committing such crimes are liable under international law.”Read More →

Theresa May - uk news

The Democratic Unionist Party, which is supporting May in power, might also exert pressure on the government over the controversy. Two of its 10 MPs, Gavin Robinson and Jim Shannon, have signed a Parliamentary motion demanding “a 28-day time limit and greater use of community-based alternatives.”Read More →

Scott Moe - Canada News

Scott Moe was first elected to the Saskatchewan legislature in the 2011 provincial election. He was re-elected in 2016. Scott was born and raised in the constituency on a grain farm between Shellbrook and Parkside. As a family, they enjoy many outdoor activities in what he describes as the irreplaceable landscape of Saskatchewan. Scott has previously served as Minister of Environment, Minister of Advanced Education, Minister responsible for Saskatchewan Water Corporation, and Minister responsible for Saskatchewan Water Security Agency.Read More →