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Two imprisoned journalists in Morocco face an indefinite hunger strike | International

The journalist Suleimán Raisuni, in the newsroom of the newspaper 'Ajbar al Yaum' in Casablanca, in an image from 2019. Journalist Suleimán Raisuni, in preventive …

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Constitutional Court: Gloria Porras: "I am concerned about how in Guatemala they are using the laws to achieve malicious objectives" | International

Judge Gloria Porras in her office in Guatemala.Courtesy The lawyer Gloria Porras (60 years old) should have been sworn in this Tuesday as a member …

Read moreConstitutional Court: Gloria Porras: "I am concerned about how in Guatemala they are using the laws to achieve malicious objectives" | International

Javier Ordóñez Case: A policeman implicated in the murder of a lawyer in custody in Colombia faces a 20-year sentence | International

Two police officers reduce attorney Javier Ordóñez at dawn on September 9 in western Bogotá.Social media Juan Camilo Lloreda Cubillos, one of the two patrolmen …

Read moreJavier Ordóñez Case: A policeman implicated in the murder of a lawyer in custody in Colombia faces a 20-year sentence | International

Hirak: An Islamist current divides the regime-defying protest movement in Algeria | International

Two slogans have been causing for more than a month a great division within the Hirak, the protest movement that was born in Algeria on …

Read moreHirak: An Islamist current divides the regime-defying protest movement in Algeria | International

Russian opponent Navalny threatened with force-feeding, supporters say

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 4:14 p.m. yesterday Russian opponent Alexeï Navalny, on hunger strike in his penitentiary since March 31, is threatened with force-feeding …

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Japan approves dumping contaminated water from Fukushima into the sea | International

A protest in Seoul over Japan's decision to pour one million tons of polluted water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific.JEON HEON-KYUN …

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Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi targeted by new prosecution

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 3:06 p.m. yesterday Former Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, ousted from power by a military junta, was targeted …

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United States: protests after the death of a black youth shot by police

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 11:56 a.m. A suburb of Minneapolis, the American city where the trial of a police officer accused of the murder …

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Pedro Castillo: The man who put the Peruvian elites at the feet of his horse | International

A thousand kilometers from Lima, on horseback and under a wide-brimmed straw hat, a rural school teacher challenges the Peruvian status quo. Pedro Castillo points …

Read morePedro Castillo: The man who put the Peruvian elites at the feet of his horse | International

The power of the young Peruvians who led the protests is diluted at the polls | International

Images of the protests that led to the resignation of Manuel Merino in Peru in November.GETTY IMAGES A wave of mass protests led by young …

Read moreThe power of the young Peruvians who led the protests is diluted at the polls | International

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