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Portugal once again entrusts itself to socialism, which reaches an absolute majority

There was no political turnaround in Portugal. With the official results, the socialist Antonio Costa will repeat as prime minister after having reached the absolute majority, with 117 seats out of the 230 in the Portuguese parliament. They are followed by the PSD, which remains at 71 deputies. The Socialists have obtained 42 percent of the votes, while those of the PSD obtained 29.9 percent of the ballots.

Trump suggests that he will pardon those convicted of the assault on the Capitol

Donald Trump He slipped this Saturday night that if he returns to power in the 2024 elections, he will grant a presidential pardon to those convicted of the assault on the Capitol on January 6 of last year.

Maidan fills up again to thank the West for help

The flags of the allied countries of Canada, Turkey, the United States, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Spain filled the gloomy color yesterday afternoon Kyiv Independence Square, also known as Maidan, at an event organized by the Movement of Resistance to Capitulation (ROK, in its Ukrainian acronym) to thank the West for its support to Ukraine. In full escalation of tensions with Russia, which has recently moved a large part of its troops to the border and has stirred up the idea of ​​a possible invasion of the separatist region of Donbass, the countries that make up the Atlantic Alliance have made it clear to the Moscow government that they will not tolerate a new invasion and promise “political and practical” support to the Kiev government.

A refugee from Donbass: “Now we have weapons and we are motivated to fight”

Vladimir Tkachuk (Kramatorsk, 1970) is the commander of the Army chaplain battalion, but he also works as a doctor. He had to rebuild his life with his wife and five children in Kiev after losing everything in the war, in 2014, in eastern Ukraine. At that time, the Protestant pastor lived in Kramatorsk, a city very close to the Donesk oblast, which, together with Lugansk, is part of the separatist Donbass region.

A Ukrainian Army doctor: “I don’t think there is war, there is only intimidation”

Vladimir Tkachuk (Kramatorsk, 1970) is the commander of the Army chaplain battalion, but he also works as a doctor. He had to rebuild his life with his wife and five children in Kiev after losing everything in the war in 2014 in eastern Ukraine. At that time, the Protestant pastor lived in Kramatorsk, a city very close to the Donesk oblast, which, together with Lugansk, is part of the separatist Donbass region.

The resignation of the Minister of the Interior opens a new crisis in the Government of Peru

The Minister of the Interior of Peru, Avelino Guillén, resigned on Friday after noting that the President Pedro Castillo cut off communication with him after he asked the president to withdraw the General Commander of the Police, Javier Gallardoaccused of corruption. Guillén’s departure opens a new crisis in the Peruvian government that could cause the departure of the prime minister, Mirtha Vásquez, leader of the moderate left.

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