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Two hundred British servicemen will begin distributing fuel from Monday
As of Monday, the Prime Minister’s Government Boris Johnson will mobilize some 200 military, one hundred of them conductors, to help in the distribution of combustible at service stations across the country. The lack of truck drivers to transport gasoline from the refineries and the excessive increase in demand due to panic purchases by the population have caused the United Kingdom a supply crisis that has already lasted for more than a week.
China launches its largest foray into Taiwan’s defense zone with 38 military aircraft
A record of 38 Chinese military aircraft they entered the defense zone of Taiwan this Friday, the anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, said the authorities of this island with a democratic government and claimed by Beijing.
Former Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili returns to his country and is arrested
The controversial former Georgian president Mijaíl Saakashvili, 53 years old, reviled by Russia and persecuted by Justice in his own country, returned yesterday to his Georgia natal after eight years of exile. As soon as he arrived, right in the middle of a political crisis that does not remit and on the eve of some crucial elections, he was stopped. And it is that he has four criminal cases open against him, for one of them he was sentenced to six years in prison in 2018.
Donald Trump asks a Florida court to force Twitter to reactivate his account
The former president of the United States Donald Trump, whose Twitter account was suspended in January following the assault on the Capitol by a group of his followers, has asked a court in the state of Florida to force the company to reactivate the profile.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announces his retirement from political life
The Philippine President, Rodrigo Duterte, announced on Saturday that he will not run in the 2022 elections, in which he could run for the position of vice president, and that will retire from political life, which paves the way for her daughter to be a candidate to lead the country.