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Splitting presidential election in Peru: School teacher competes to bring wave of democracy change
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Splitting presidential election in Peru: School teacher competes to bring wave of democracy change

Presidential election runoff in Peru is set for a polarizing twist and turn as a hard-left schoolteacher surprises voters with his performance in elections. Pedro Castillo has caught the pulse of Peruvian people of growing discontent over Coronavirus infection surge and its handling along with shattering economy. He is set for a face-off against far-right heiress to Peru’s one of the most controversial political dynasties.

Pedro, a veteran teachers’ union leader who was largely unknown before the elections, took voters as well as pollsters to complete surprise with first round of voting on Sunday. He won the round’s 18.47% with 84% of votes counted. Keiko Fujimori was close second with 13.12% votes to her account, followed by two more far right leaders. Keiko is daughter of jailed former leader of Peru, Alberto Fujimori. Castillo swept away winning 16 of Peru’s regions, mainly poor parts of the country.

Acknowledging his win to the supporters in his hometown of Tacabamba in Cajamarca region, Castillo said, “The blindfold has just been taken off the eyes of the Peruvian people.”

People cheered for his victory, rejoicing on the streets. “We’re often told that only political scientists, constitutionalists, erudite politicians, those with grand degrees can govern a country. They’ve had enough time”, Castillo added. Interestingly, Castillo had failed to make it through the top 6 candidates for elections with registering only 3% votes in poll taken in mid-March.

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Castillo had announced his nomination from leftist Peru Libre party in October. He had campaigned for the party at grassroot levels. Castillo rose to limelight in 2017 after he participated in teachers’ strike demanding for pay hike.

Experts say that the reason for Castillo’s win is that he was able to tap the anger of people over widespread corruption and failure of government in handling Coronavirus pandemic. Peru has registered one of the worst death tolls due to Covid-19. Keiko Fujimori who had promised strict approach towards corruption and crime in country, herself is under investigation for cases of money laundering.

MLB moves its All-Star game from Atlanta: Obama congratulates for ‘taking a stand’ against Georgia’s election law
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MLB moves its All-Star game from Atlanta: Obama congratulates for ‘taking a stand’ against Georgia’s election law

In response to Georgia’s highly controversial and sweeping election law, the Major League Baseball (MLB) has taken a rather bold and momentous move. MLB has decided to move its All Star Game from Atlanta, Georgia, showing its stand against the election voting law that will impose hurdles to voting in state that showed unprecedented voting roll-out in 2020’s US Presidential election.

Democrats are in open and clear opposition of the new election law and state that the new legislature that is also under consideration in many other states, is a clear attack of democracy and an act of voter suppression. The Republicans however, say that the Election Integrity Act of 2021 is important to boost people’s confidence in election process, specially after series of unsubstantiated claims of ballot fraud were raised by former President Donald Trump during 2020 US Presidential elections.

US former President Barack Obama supported MLB’s decision and congratulated it On Saturday in a tweet for “taking a stand on behalf of voting rights for all citizens. MLB made the announcement on Friday of its decision. Obama’s stand lies in contrast to his successor and Republican Donald Trump who called for boycotting baseball and “all of the woke companies that are interfering with free and fair elections.”

The legislation was signed into law last month by Georgia’s Republican Gov Brian Kemp. Under this law now voter identification requirements would be imposed for absentee ballots, it would allow state officials to take over local elections boards, limited use of ballot drop boxes and it would be a crime to give or offer voters food and drink as voters wait in line to vote. Biden has called the bill “Jim Crow in the 21st Century”. Georgia was a key state towards victory of Joe Biden as the 46th President of USA.

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Kemp has blasted MLB’s decision of moving games out of the state as it fears would impact hundreds and thousands of state jobs amid job crunch during pandemic, further impacting the tourism into the state. He accused MLB of caving in to Biden and Stacey Abrams, Georgian Democrat and voting rights advocate, “ahead of the economic well-being of hard-working Georgians who were counting on the All-Star Game for a paycheck.”

The All Star Games that are scheduled to start from July 13 are yet to have a confirmed new host city.

A week of Derek Chauvin trial, here’s what we have got so far
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A week of Derek Chauvin trial, here’s what we have got so far

MINNEAPOLIS: Lt. Richard Zimmerman, on Friday, termed Derek Chauvin’s kneeling on George Floyd’s neck as a “totally unnecessary” violation of department policy.

The longest-serving officer in the Minneapolis police force testified that “pulling a person down to the ground with his face down and then putting your knee on his neck for that amount of time, is just uncalled-for.” 

Police officers, in this trial, have been accused of knitting together on questions of misconduct, so the sworn testimony against Derek Chauvin by a high-ranking officer was nothing less than extraordinary.

His comments marked the end of week 1 of the Derek Chauvin trial, the police officer charged with the murder of Mr. Floyd in a Minneapolis street last May.

In the second week of the trial, Medaria Arradondo, the city’s police chief, who has termed Mr. Floyd’s death a “murder,” will also condemn Mr. Chauvin’s actions in the witness box.

Another police official, only a day earlier, testified that Mr. Chauvin and his two officers should have stopped putting pressure on Mr. Floyd sooner. This statement came from the offer who had directly supervised Mr. Chauvin. 

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Jurors have so far heard more than a dozen witnesses including a teenager who filmed the video of his brutal murder and the shop owner who said that Floyd appeared “high” and had given a fake currency note for a cigarette. 

Floyd’s death was the result of Chavin kneeling on his neck for almost nine minutes during an arrest. 

The public response to Floyd’s death was mass protests across the US, which was the largest US civil rights movement ever since the 1960s. Floyd’s death brought a renewed life to the Black Lives Matter movement. US saw the protesters calling for police reforms and broader changes in the criminal justice system to address racial disparities in prosecution, arrests, and punishment.

‘It was all over for him’: Chauvin Trial continues as young witnesses offer emotional testimony
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‘It was all over for him’: Chauvin Trial continues as young witnesses offer emotional testimony

MINNEAPOLIS: Prosecutors called several bystanders on the second day of Derek Chauvin’s trial, who were witnesses to him keeping his knee on George Floyd’s neck that led to his unfortunate demise. 

Chauvin, who has pleaded not guilty, is the Minneapolis officer charged with second-degree murder, second-degree manslaughter and third-degree murder being the main accused in the death of George Floyd. 

Prosecutors, on Tuesday, continued laying their case out being broadcasted widely.

Most of Tuesday’s witnesses were teenagers and children present at the time of the fatal incident. Their words painted a picture of the intersection of 38th Street, Chicago Avenue, in South Minneapolis.

Minneapolis firefighter Genevieve Hansen testified that she was desperate to help Floyd but wasn’t allowed to provide medical assistance, leaving her helpless, frustrated, and “totally distressed.” 

Darnella Frazier, a teenager who made the video of George Floyd’s last moments, shared her story publicly telling how she is still haunted by Mr. Floyd’s wails for help as the police officer kneeled on his neck.

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Ms. Frazier spoke softly as she described how the incident had changed her life forever. She said that sometimes she lies awake at night apologizing to Floyd for not doing enough and not physically trying to save his life.

“When I see George Floyd, I look at my dad,” she said. “I see my brothers, I look at my uncles, my cousins as they are all black. I am the daughter of a black father. My brothers are black and so are my friends. As I look at them, I remember how I could have been subjected to the same treatment.” 

“It just seemed like he knew that it was all over for him,” said Ms. Frazier in her testimony. “He was suffering. He was terrified. This was definitely a cry for help,” she sobbed. 

US Trade Representative Katherine Tia Is A Critic Of China
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US Trade Representative Katherine Tia Is A Critic Of China

The newly elect President Joe Biden has revolutionized his office representatives, but giving fair representation to everyone possible. There are just no minorities standing on the helm to complain at the moment.

After African America and indigenous representation, his candidate Katherine Tai received unanimous majority vote to ‘man’ the position of US trade representative. Tai has now become the first Asian American politician to hold this position since its inception 60 years ago.

She has been an unbiased critic of China and on several occasions was observed between 2007 and 2014 successfully arguing the U.S. case against China’s trade practices before the World Trade Organization. Her selection was based on a Senate vote but she faired there, with flying colours.

As a top trade official, she is going to the first of colour to represent America. The scars of ethnicity and racial discrimination have marred fair democracy for the longest in the West. With his leadership, Biden is trying to mend the scars, as much as possible. He is taking all the right steps, and the world is applauding his leadership strategy.

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Political analysts believe United States has no intentions of going soft on China while ensuring it maintains a decorum of peace and cordial dialogue, undoing the arm twisting brash treatment of trade partnerships under Trump’s leadership.

Tai will succeed Robert Lighthizer, who as Trump’s top trade negotiator imposed several tariffs on Chinese imports while negotiating the phase one trade deal the two nations struck in January 2020.

 While he stood before the Senate Finance Committee to testify in February 2021, she did not indicate that she intended to handle China through additional tariffs but had another strategy in mind like “legitimate tools in the trade toolbox.”

“There are also a lot of areas that are gray, where the rules are not clear, or where we don’t have rules yet,” Tai has been reported to have said last month. She also believes the U.S. should work with other countries to counter China.

Brazil Spread Of Virus Could Be Detrimental To World Recovery: WHO
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Brazil Spread Of Virus Could Be Detrimental To World Recovery: WHO

As the world is getting its benchmarks and timelines to meet Covid-19 vaccination targets, Brazil is still to have a vaccination strategy in place. As number of cases of infection increase, the country is still at a loss on how to tackle the surging numbers. 

Surprisingly the President of the country, Jair Bolsonaro has been advocating for unproven treatments, instead of securing the Covid-19 vaccine. Apparently, Bolsonaro’s arm twisting leadership is to be blamed for this. The governors of the various states have ‘reluctantly’ put together a document that outlines some kind of curb measures to control the surging infection numbers. Its proposed measures includes curfew, prohibition of crowded events and limits on the hours non-essential services can operate.

But the final document was not signed by all the governors, in fear of being frowned upon by the President itself. Also, the document online outlines general measures without any specific solid strategy in place. Hospitals are overflowing with patients and there is no space to look after more. 

Most doctors are now overworked and say that this is war like scenario and that the infrastructure is not adept to handle such an ongoing influx of patients. Bolsonaro has been working against the better judgment of the Supreme Court. His stance has been against isolation and lockdown, pushing for the Brazilian economy to remain afloat. In 2020, the Supreme Court had upheld cities’ and states’ jurisdiction to impose restrictions on activity. But Bolsonaro consistently condemned their moves. 

Strangely, measures were relaxed toward the end of 2020, as Covid-19 cases and deaths ebbed, municipal election campaigns kicked off and home-bound Brazilians grew fatigued by quarantine.

Brazil has also been one of the few countries to suffer under the onslaught of the new variant. The P1 variant is known to be three times as transmissible as the original strain. It first became dominant in the Amazonian city Manaus and in January forced the airlift of hundreds of patients to other states.

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Even the WHO has said that for the Brazilian country to survive the onslaught, restrictions and then proper health policy and vaccine administering is of paramount importance. But Bolsonaro refuses to budge from his carefree stance. On the flipside the Pfizer- BioNtech vaccine has neutralized the P1 strain. But the dissemination rate in Brazil is very slow, merely 4% of the population having been inoculated with the first dose.

The transmission rate of the new variant is much faster than the original one and has already travelled to 21 of the 26 states of Brazil. One of the reasons behind the slow pace of vaccination is that Brazil has struggled to procure enough doses. President Jair Bolsonaro’s scepticism about vaccines has not helped the cause either.

Starbase is born, Elon Musk is creating a metropolis in the Texas desert
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Starbase is born, Elon Musk is creating a metropolis in the Texas desert

The city of stars at the mouth of the Rio Bravo: yes, that sort of natural border between the United States and Mexico, steel fenced by Donald Trump, whose currents and inlets are the nightmare of illegal migrants. It is here, on the sand greened only by succulent plants capable of withstanding the heat, that the billionaire Elon Musk dreams of building a city of his own: Starbase.

On the other hand, it would be a matter of a base city. Because the idea of ​​the visionary entrepreneur who aspires to bring man to Mars is to build it around the Space X headquarters built-in 2012 in the extreme southeast of Texas. 3 kilometers from the Gulf of Mexico and 30 from Brownsville, the American city whose twin, on the other side of the bridge, is Matamoros.

Mexican city sang by Bruce Springsteen for the trail of tragedies concerning it, where General Motors and Ford produce automobile components. The same area where only yesterday the SN10 prototype of the Starship rocket created by Space X also exploded, immediately after landing: the third failed test for the spacecraft that hopefully will one day arrive on Mars. Elon Musk, 49, founder of PayPal, Tesla, SpaceX, and much more, a year ago, moreover, declared war on Twitter via Twitter on California that did not make him reopen his electric car factory due to the coronavirus, threatening to move to Texas.

The founding of Starbase seems to be going in this direction. Especially since in a few months he got rid of almost all the properties he owned in California as he had promised – even in this case – via Twitter in December: “I will get rid of all my material possessions”. And never mind if no one knows where he has moved in the meantime (presumably he’s in Austin): The South African-born billionaire aims to set up home soon in the city of the future. And never mind if the only certainty, for now, is his name, as he announced to his 48 million followers with the usual message on the bird’s social network: “Creating the city of Starbase, Texas”.

On the model of private and hi-tech cities that he has been longing for some time, thinking of building them in the deserts of Arizona and Nevada. Smart cities, with autonomous rules and their laws, where the money is immaterial and the company CEOs act as mayors. Energetically self-sufficient, like the Tesla Gigafactory he built in the suburbs of Reno, Nevada.

But things are less easy than they seem. To create the new city, SpaceX must first convince area residents to sign a petition where it is requested. And then put to the vote both the construction and the possibility of organizing independently, with laws and regulations. The chosen area is that of Boca Chica, a community born in the sixties and mainly made up of ranches not far from each other. But convincing people, who have retreated there to stay in peace, could be anything but easy.

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Musk, however, has the prospect of being able to equip the area with essential infrastructures: starting from functioning and public water system, in an area where water, for now, only arrives from nearby Brownsville transported by tankers to then be stored in huge tanks.

The billionaire, it is certain, is serious: Cameron County, where Space X falls, has admitted to having received an official request to change the name of the area. “If Musk wants to go ahead, he will have to follow all the procedures required by law. A tweet is not enough,” warns him, however, the county judge, Eddie Trevino. 

“We have seen nothing like this,” an extraordinary cold wave already caused 20 victims in the US
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“We have seen nothing like this,” an extraordinary cold wave already caused 20 victims in the US

A wave of very violent frost accompanied by violent rain hit the United States with serious consequences. It is one of the most intense cold and frost waves ever recorded in the United States in the last fifty years. Unfortunately, the consequences of bad weather have been dramatic in many countries. Texas under snow and freezing temperatures and millions of Americans without electricity, the cold spell that has already claimed at least 20 lives continued according to US media on Tuesday in the US, where three people were also killed in a hurricane.

At the moment the toll, unfortunately still provisional, and is being updated. Most of them are homeless, homeless people who have not been able to find an escape from the wave of frost that has invaded the whole of the United States from coast to coast. Particularly violent was the cold wave that hit Maine on the east coast with temperatures significantly below freezing, storm surges, and violent storms.

The frost hit almost everywhere, not only on the coasts but also inside the country, in areas that are usually not used to dealing with such cold temperatures. Like Texas, for example. From Austin, the capital of the Lone Star State, there is talk of frosts, serious traffic accidents, and sensational blackouts. At least 4 million people would be left without electricity and with serious problems with supply and heating for at least two days.

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A violent tornado struck in the north-eastern area of ​​North Carolina causing three victims and injuring ten, two of them in very serious conditions, and at least 200 displaced. Other emergencies related to bad weather were declared in Alabama, Oklahoma, Kansas, Mississippi, and Oregon, where more than 300,000 people were left without electricity. In Mississippi, residents wake up to discover the landscapes of this other southern state covered in snow and ice.

Authorities have been slow to clear roads in the south where snowfalls are uncommon and usually of little use. According to US media, more than 20 deaths have been linked to bad winter weather, and authorities are urging Americans to pay attention. The National Weather Service warned Tuesday that “freezing air and very cold winds will continue in the Great Plains” in the heart of the United States “and in the Mississippi Valley until mid-week.”

Also, the bulletin added that a new winter storm will appear in the southern plains on Tuesday. To the north, Chicago was under a thick blanket of snow and locals were trying to free their cars. The NWS clarified on Monday that the cold spell that hit the continental United States is associated with a combination of high freezing temperatures that endure the Arctic and very active low temperatures with waves of precipitation. 

“We have seen nothing like this honestly in Texas, that has covered the state as the storm has. It increased demand to an extreme, extraordinary height, and then the storm also made it difficult for the supply to be provided.” ERCOT CEO Bill Magness told local WFAA.

More than 3.1 million homes and businesses remained without electricity in Texas as of about 6 p.m. EST Tuesday, according to poweroutage.us. The arctic air that poured into Texas resulted in a record-breaking demand for power that caused the state’s electric grid to fail. Suppliers had planned to use rolling blackouts, but the system was overwhelmed. An estimated 75% of Texas power generation capacity was impacted, according to KTRK.

In addition to Texas, according to Poweroutage.us, there are nearly 600,000 people without electricity in Oregon, Louisiana, Kentucky, and West Virginia. These extreme conditions created at least four tornadoes, one of which fell in the middle of the night in south-east United States, North Carolina, killing three people and injuring ten. 

Canada Spearheads Fair Representation Of Foreign Nationals Abroad
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Canada Spearheads Fair Representation Of Foreign Nationals Abroad

Canada is going all out to protect the interest of foreign nationals. In a recent ruling, it along with another 58 different countries will prevent detainment of foreign nationals under different pretext, an unjust practice that is being used by China apart from some other nations like Iran. 

Those signing in this agreement include Japan, Australia, Britain, and almost all the members of the European Union. A declaration has been signed by these nations. While it is a non-binding one, the whole act of signing the agreement is to ensure that there is pressure on those nations that continue to use foreign nationals as bargaining chips to meet their respective diplomatic agendas. 

Even before the news got out, Beijing is already feeling that this is an unfair attack on China, in order to defame and provoke. North Korea and even Russia are known to hold back foreign nations and harass them to meet their ulterior motives. 

Among the signatories is the United States. Last week the State Department called for the release of the two Canadians and rejected China’s “use of coercion as a political tool”.

Iran has been holding many foreign nationals holding dual citizenships. It has pushed people into prison on false charges, having to violate human rights to a large extend. One such incident brought to light the arrest of British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in 2016 on false charges of spying. She was and sentenced to five years of imprisonment without having allowed a fair trial, after being forcefully convicted for plotting to overthrow the Iranian clerical establishment.

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Last December, the British parliament’s foreign affairs committee called on the government to declare Iran’s “arbitrary detention of foreign nationals” as hostage-taking tactics. Many nations including UK, France, Germany and even Australia have been repeatedly asking for the release of their respective citizens from China and Iran specifically. Most of those caught in the web have been either academic research scholars or individuals holding dual citizenship, whose credentials can be arm twisted to meet the vested interests of these nations at large. 

‘Biden Administration Does Not Mean Complete Autonomy In Mexican Immigration’: Mexican President López Obrador
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‘Biden Administration Does Not Mean Complete Autonomy In Mexican Immigration’: Mexican President López Obrador

Mexican President López Obrador has warned people from keeping false hopes that just because the new President of the US is more humane and reasonable than the previous one, does not mean that everyone can get a green ticket into the US. 

He was clarifying the point that doors are not completely open to immigrate under the Biden administration. Speaking to the media, he has said that “Now, for example, that there is a US immigration policy to regularize the situation of migrants, Mexicans, and our Central American brothers, people think that now the doors are open, that President Biden is going to immediately regularize all migrants.” 

While there is going to be fair relaxation and representation, he has warned Mexicans to be informed well and to be not caught into the spiral of illegal immigration racketeers. 

US White House press secretary Jen Psaki, who, on Thursday stated that the  “vast majority” of migrants were turned away at the US southern border, adding that Joe Biden’s reversal of Donald Trump’s immigration policies would take time in full implementation.

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It has however been confirmed that the Biden administration will overturn some unfair policies made in Trump’s time. Under this comes his action against the ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy. The intent would be too careful and human to streamline the movement of migrants into the US and not create a panic like the situation at the shelters or borders. 

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