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Mexico approves amendments to NAFTA

On Tuesday, representatives of the United States, Canada and Mexico signed amendments to the tripartite agreement of the countries on free trade in Mexico City, allowing beginning parliamentary ratification of the document. "We have reached a fundamental agreement. This is an agreement that works...

Finnish parliament to vote for prime minister

The Finnish parliament will vote on a candidate for the future prime minister on Tuesday. At a Sunday meeting of the leading ruling Social Democratic Party, the 34-year-old deputy chairman of the party, the Minister of Transport and Communications Sanna Marin, was elected presidential candidate....

Protests in France gain the greatest scale since 2010

Parisian Monde notes very high activity of participants in the protest demonstrations held in France on Thursday as part of a nationwide strike. The newspaper writes that the statistics on participation in protests by trade unions and the police are always different. The organizers of the...

Massive blackout unfolds in Venezuela

About 2 million people were left without electricity due to large-scale blackout in Venezuela: "The National Electric System from El Tablaso to the west coast of Zulia failed, as a result of which several municipalities, including Maracaibo, were left without electricity. Corpoelec is working to...

French And Russian Presidents To Discuss The Moratorium On Missiles In Europe

Following the expiry of INF, Russia proposed a suspension on missile deployment and now the France seems to be warming up to discuss on the matter. On Thursday, 28 November 2019, The Kremlin informed that the President of France, Emmanuel Macron has communicated to Moscow that he “was ready” to...

EU adopts budget for 2020, more funds allocated to climate change fight and innovation

MEPs voted to adopt the EU budget for 2020, while the total amount of budget obligations for 2020 was approved in the amount of €168.7 billion. The European Parliament noted that the European MPs were able to achieve the allocation of an additional €850 billion compared with the draft budget...

Israeli prime minister indicted in three criminal cases

The Israeli Prosecutor General's Office decided to bring charges against the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in three criminal cases, of which he was a defendant, the Times of Israel online publication reported on Thursday, citing a statement by the country's justice ministry. Israeli...

Argentina finds a way to pay off IMF loan

Argentina is going to get rid of the economic crisis and pay off its debts. IMF is ready for cooperation. Argentinean President-elect Alberto Fernandez assured Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, that his team has a plan to allow the republic to pay off the...

Sweden closes Assange rape inquiry

Sweden’s prosecutor’s office has stopped investigating a rape allegedly committed by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the BBC reports. The crime took place in 2010. A Swedish citizen accused Assange of having sex with her without her consent. Head of WikiLeaks, in turn, argues that the plaintiff...

Has Chile Put All Its Eggs In One Basket To Turn Towards Renewable Energy?

Chile’s ambitious and innovative renewable energy attempts get shrouded in competition. On one hand, the government of Chile looks for “value for money”, on the other, delay translated in heavy cost blows, leave renewable energy projects on hold. Chile has set forth “the most ambitious” renewable...
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