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Unprecedented wave of protests against new Internet law
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A new law for even more internet censorship triggered a huge wave of protests in Iran. Even in the leadership there is talk of a dangerous split between
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Nuclear forces USA and Russia are again talking about disarmament
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How can the “deterrent balance” be maintained? This is what new nuclear talks between the US and Russia are all about. However, the Kremlin
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China is negotiating with the radical Islamic Taliban
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The Taliban are on the rise in Afghanistan. This could also have consequences for neighboring countries. Beijing has therefore received a delegation from
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Power struggle comes to a head – investigations against the disempowered Ennahda party
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Prime Minister deposed, bloody street fighting: a government crisis has broken out in Tunisia. Now the Tunisian judiciary is investigating the disempowered Ennahda party.
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Attack with Molotov cocktails on the Cuban embassy
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Unknown attacked the Cuban embassy in Paris that night and threw Molotov cocktails on the facade. The leadership in Havana blames the United States.
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First conviction under the new security law
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For the first time in Hong Kong, a man has been sentenced under the controversial security law. The 24-year-old activist was found guilty of terrorism.
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Kremlin is cutting the air off critical media
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The Russian government has blocked dozens of websites criticizing the Kremlin. Particularly affected are apparently sides around the imprisoned oppositionist
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Parliament surrounded by soldiers – street fighting in Tunis
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The head of government dismissed, parliamentary work suspended: Tunisia’s president has plunged his country into a political crisis.
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Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro receives AfD vice-president Beatrix von Storch
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The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro officially received the AfD MP Beatrix von Storch in his official seat. Her visit to Brazil had already caused severe criticism.
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Austria’s Chancellor Sebastian Kurz expects charges
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The Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is accused of lying to the committee of inquiry into the Ibiza affair. He expects consequences, but sees no fault in himself.