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Chileans go for independents to draft a new constitution

Chileans chose left-leaning independent candidates to elect an assembly to draft a new constitution, replacing the decades old constitution set in place during the military dictatorship. In what is termed as a major blow to the traditional political entities in Chile, weekend voting for the 155-member assembly saw 48 seats being given to independent candidates,...

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Chileans go for independents to draft a New Constitution - Home
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Chileans go for independents to draft a new constitution

Chileans chose left-leaning independent candidates to elect an assembly to draft a new constitution, replacing the decades old constitution set in place during the military dictatorship. In what is termed as a major blow to the traditional political entities in Chile, weekend voting for the 155-member assembly saw 48 seats being given to independent candidates,...
Joe Biden 7 min - Home
Americas

Why Are Republican States Withdrawing Federal Jobless Benefits?

With more Republican states dropping unemployment benefits, it is going to be a difficult time of survival during the ongoing onslaught of the Coronavirus pandemic. To start with are Arizona, Georgia and Ohio that has withdrawn their support to the enhanced federal jobless benefits. There are thirteen more such states that have withdrawn support which...
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Americas

Republicans draw ‘red line’ in negotiations with Joe Biden on an infrastructure package

On Wednesday Republican leaders met President Joe Biden to negotiate on a massive infrastructure package. They called an increase to corporate taxes a “non-starter” and mentioned that they’re only willing to pay for physical infrastructure costs, which includes the construction of roads, bridges, airports and broadband expansion. The meeting continued for 90 minutes where Biden...

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COVID19 Vaccine 1 min - Home
Geopolitics

Waiving patents for Covid-19 vaccines: will it promote vaccine equity & solve its global shortage?

India and South Africa, last October, rightly sensed the future tragedy around Covid-19 vaccine supply and availability, thereby making a proposal at WTO to waive off vaccine patency. This would help more balanced distribution and availability of Covid vaccine in poorer and developing nations. Encouragingly over 100 countries supported the proposal, but the ‘club’ of...
New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern min - Home
Geopolitics

New Zealand parliament stops short of terming Uyghur rights abuses a ‘genocide’

New Zealand’s parliament, on Wednesday, accused the Chinese officials of severe human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims in China’s Xinjiang region. In somewhat a hurried response, the Chinese embassy decried the move as an interference in its domestic affairs. China expressed “strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition” to the passed motion. As per a statement released...

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Middle East & Africa

Israel-Gaza conflict: Rockets pound Gaza as Israel drafts on-ground operation amid escalating violence

Conflict between Israel and Hamas has been always brewing around common interest in Jerusalem, but current extreme violence and bloodshed has never been seen over years. After the airstrikes from Gaza Strip led by Hamas militia group were targeted towards Israel on Monday, the exchange between Israel and Hamas in Gaza has only been escalating....
Moscow min - Home
Middle East & Africa

Russia is expanding its naval base in Syria

The Defense Ministry of Russia has laid down plans to expand its naval base in the Syrian port of Tartus. The country recently expanded its main Hmeimim airbase, which is based near Latakia city. As per the satellite images from The Drive, which is an Internet platform, it is observed that Russians have extended one...
Violence min - Home
Middle East & Africa

Tensions surge as Gaza comes under attack yet again

Weeks of tensions in Jerusalem between the police, Palestinian protesters, and right-wing Israelis suddenly shaped into a military conflict on Monday, as the decades-long battle saw yet another local skirmish for control of the city. An Israeli airstrike, Monday, killed 24 people in northern Gaza, said a statement issued by the Strip’s Health Ministry on...

ASIA PACIFIC FOCUS

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Asia Pacific Focus

What bioweapon theory is all about?

With the emergence of second migrant of Coronavirus mounting, scientists all over the world have been researching on its origin. Although its theories and experiments have not been proven correct yet still a breakthrough evidence have been found that proves how China has been a mastermind all along in producing and then excusing themselves from...
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Asia Pacific Focus

Myanmar’s NUG announces a ‘defense force’

A shadow government formed by the ousted Myanmar lawmakers claimed, on Wednesday, to have set up a “people’s defense force” in a bid to protect civilians. This step comes at a time when the police and military position deadly arms against anti-coup protesters. The country has, since the ousting of civilian leader Aung San Suu...
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Asia Pacific Focus

Amazon finally adds Pakistan to its sellers’ list

Amazon has added Pakistan to its list of approved countries that can directly sell their products on the world’s biggest e-commerce platform – a piece of news that was met with jubilation amongst Pakistani businesses and tech enthusiasts. Not being on the Amazon sellers’ list has harmed Pakistan’s e-commerce potential to a major scale. Pakistan’s...

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