Today’s latest international news Thursday, November 19



Be informed about the latest news today it is essential to know the world around us. But, if you don’t have too much time, ABC makes available to readers who want it, the best summary of the Thursday, November 19 right here:

These are Macron’s measures to fight radical Islamism

The bill designed to combat Islamist gangrene in France has been transformed into a bill to reinforce republican principles, classifying new crimes for threatening the lives of third parties through the spread of hatred and punishing family behaviors more severely, in school, associations and public life.

The historic BBC radio building in London, in Spanish hands

The Spanish insurer Mapfre announced on Wednesday the purchase of a historic building in the United Kingdom, known as Yalding House and located in the London neighborhood of Fitzrovia, which was the headquarters of the BBC radio for more than 60 years. The property, which until now belonged to British Land, was acquired by Mapfre through its real estate fund with GLL for a price that according to some sources would be around 40 million euros.

“He was forcibly taken into a vehicle with his eyes covered while being pointed at his temple”

The Peruvian Prosecutor’s Office will investigate the torture and kidnapping at the hands of the Luis Fernando Araujo Enriquez, 24, who was arrested during protests against the interim government of Manuel Merino, that lasted 5 days at the head of the presidency.

Interview with Benjamin Ferencz, the last Nuremberg prosecutor: “They told us they didn’t want revenge”

The first problem of Benjamin Ferencz When he arrived in Nuremberg, in the cold January 1945, his wife, Gertrud, became dizzy as soon as she went out into the street. The city stank. Under the ruins and rubble, which covered the medieval center like a blanket of desolation, some 30,000 bodies buried by the bombardment rotted, most of which was never recovered. «I flew with a group of 50 researchers newly recruited. I did not want to go back to Europe, but it was attractive to work for Attorney General Robert H. Jackson, I thought it would boost my career, “he recalls by phone, from his residence in the US.

Pompeo reinforces the Arab-Israeli axis against Iran in Jerusalem

Iran was the central theme of the first day of the official trip with which Mike Pompeo says goodbye to Israel as Secretary of State. Donald Trump’s envoy participated in a tripartite summit with Benjamin Netanyahu and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bahrain, Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, in which he stressed that the Abraham Accords “tell evil actors like the Islamic Republic of Iran that their influence in the region is waning and that they are increasingly isolated in this and will be forever until they change direction.” These are the agreements for the normalization of relations with Israel signed by Bahrain and United Arab Emirates (UAE) thanks to the mediation of Washington, a path that Sudan will also follow.

Mexico and the United States: a relationship that is seen as a unique opportunity in the near future

The fourth wall is a cinematographic resource in which the leading actor breaks the interpretation barrier and addresses an expectant audience directly. The comparison can be seen in a permeable relationship between the world’s leading power and its majority partner, Mexico (it exports almost as much product to the neighboring country as the entire European Union together). ABC interviews four experts in education, economics, journalism and politics to eradicate myths and entertain one of the most gargantuan relationships with its two main actors: Joe Biden Y Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO). Will they tear down the fourth wall?

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