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Catalina Sales, who entered the United States illegally on May 30, made a difficult choice: She refused to sign a paper agreeing that if she were deported, her son Yaiser would accompany her back to Guatemala. She wanted to give him the chance, she said, to pursue asylum in the United States even if she is sent back.

Yaiser’s attorney, Jan Peter Weiss, visited him at the Florida facility on Saturday. “He is very sad,” said Weiss. “He asked about his mother every other sentence. ‘Is my mother alright? What do you think is going to happen to her?’”Read More →

Drone Attacks Hmeimim Airbase in Syria

Russia’s Defense Ministry spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov said that drones downed by Hmeimim air defense assets appeared primitive but had a range of 100 kilometers and used advanced technologies.Read More →

Gwede Mantashe - South Africa News

The chairman of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress was quoted as saying the state should take without compensation land from those who own more than 12,000 hectares, comments that sent the rand weaker. “You shouldn’t own more than 12,000 hectares of land and therefore if you own more, it should be taken without compensation,” ANC Chairman Gwede Mantashe, who is also the country’s mines minister, told the News24 website in an interview published on Wednesday. Read More →

Baba Mangaliso Robert Sobukwe - South Africa News Today

Born Zondeni Veronica Mathe‚ she had four children: Miliswa‚ Dinilesizwe‚ Dalindyebo and Dedanizizwe‚ according to Thando Sipuye‚ an executive member of the Africentrik Study Group at Fort Hare‚ who paid tribute to her last year to commemorate her 90th birthday.

“The life story of this indomitable woman is one marked by constant neglect‚ pain and erasure‚” said Thando Sipuye‚ an executive member of the Africentrik Study Group at Fort Hare.Read More →

Narendra Modi - India Independence Day Speech 2018 - Indian News

“From being seen as one among the ‘fragile five’, India is now the land of ‘reform’, ‘perform’ and ‘transform’ and the country is poised for record economic growth,” he said. “We want to make a India which is revered globally and our Constitution is our guiding light,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi remarked emphatically, adding, “India is the investment destination for multi-trillion dollars.”Read More →

Boris Johnson - UK News

British politician Boris Johnson is auditioning for the country’s top job by using cheap tactics such as ridiculing Muslim women wearing burkas – and it may work, given the sorry state of politics in Britain. “Boris Johnson looks like if Donald Trump drank,” comedian Trevor Noah remarked. Let’s have no qualms about appearance-shaming the two – who have both been likened to a shaved orangutan – because they’ll have none whatsoever doing the same to you.Read More →

Russia - Syria - News Headline

Iran is “playing a very, very important role in our common and joint efforts to eliminate terrorists in Syria,” Anatoly Viktorov said in an interview with Israel’s Channel 10 on Monday.

“The Iranian presence in Syria… is fully legitimate according to the UN principles and the UN charter,” Viktorov said. “Therefore, at this stage we think that demands to remove the foreign fighters from Syrian territory are not realistic.”Read More →

Russian Flag - Japanese Flag - Russia News - Japan News

If and when Russia or Japan face problems or frictions with each other, India, in view of its cordial relations with both countries, can act as messenger or mediator for both. It is, therefore, in India’s interests to see Moscow and Tokyo deepening their relationship since both India and Japan are part of the Quad.Read More →

Ahed Tamimi - Palestine News

Ahed Tamimi was born 31 January 2001. She is a Palestinian activist from the village of Nabi Salih in the occupied West Bank. She is best known for appearances in images and videos in which she confronts Israeli soldiers. Tamimi’s supporters consider her a symbol of resistance against Israeli occupation in the West Bank, and a courageous advocate for Palestinian autonomy; her detractors argue her acts are staged performances aimed at discrediting Israel.Read More →

Nelson Chamisa - Zimbabwe Headline Stories in Politics

At 6am, on a Thursday morning the 2nd of February 1978, a baby boy born of Alice and Sylvanus Chamisa was introduced to the world at the catholic Sillveria Mission in Masvingo. Nelson Chamisa was born and bred, encultured and educated in Masvingo. Read Nelson Chamisa Biography and Profile.Read More →