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US Will Not Give Visas To Pregnant Women To Prevent Organized 'Birth Tourism'

United States president Donald Trump has now taken his fight against immigration a step further by announcing that no visas would be given to any pregnant woman who wants to get into the United States for the so-called "birth tourism."   According to the statement issued by the White House...

Heads of the European Council and European Commission sign Brexit agreement

On Friday, January 24, Head of the European Council, Charles Michel, and Head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, signed an agreement on the conditions for Britain to leave the European Union (Brexit). Recall that earlier the European Parliament Committee on Constitutional Affairs...

UK adds Greenpeace, PETA to extremist organizations list

Greenpeace, PETA animal rights organization, and a number of other movements have been included in the UK’s recommendations to counter extremist movements such as various neo-Nazi groups in the UK. According to the Guardian, the UK counterterrorism unit has begun distributing warnings to teachers...

Indonesia, UAE sign nearly $23B deal

Indonesia signed 11 business agreements with the United Arab Emirates totaling 314.9 trillion rupees ($ 23 billion). This was announced by Indonesian President Joko Widodo on his Twitter page. Widodo was present at the signing of the agreements with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed...

US to respond to Iran’s attacks on US bases in Iraq

The decision on retaliatory measures against Iran’s missile strikes against US military bases in Iraq will be made on the basis of a full assessment of the situation, said Senator Marco Rubio. "I was informed of direct attacks by the IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps) using ballistic...

Irish Passport issues hit record in anticipation of Brexit

Nearly a million Irish passports were issued in 2019, according to The Guardian, citing the Irish government. The number of Irish passports issued this year increased by 7% compared to last year and reached a record level.  In 2019, more than 900 thousand Irish entry documents were issued....

Reporters Without Borders calls to release Julian Assange

The founder of WikiLeaks must be released from Belmarsh prison in the light of reports of deterioration in his health, human rights activists say. Reporters Without Borders called on the US to drop espionage charges from Assange. Reporters Without Borders human rights organization calls for the...

IMF allocates Ecuador $ 500 mln more to support reforms

The IMF Executive Board approved allotment of $ 498.4 million to Ecuador. The final tranche of the reform support program was agreed for 2019 after revision of the government’s economic plan was conducted. "The findings of the two audits allow the authorities to get the equivalent of SDR 361.3...

French pension reform chief to resign

Jean-Paul Delevoye, French pension reform chief, resigned on Monday after it became known that he had hidden information about the positions held in a number of organizations along with his duties of an official. This was first reported by Le Parisien last week. On Sunday, Delevoye told Le Monde...

Poland refuses to join EU 2050 climate deal

Heads of EU countries and governments reached an agreement on climate change, said EC President Charles Michel. Poland did not join the agreement. “Nothing worthwhile comes easily ... But we did it! The EU should be climate neutral by 2050,” Mr Michel wrote on Twitter. At a press conference, German...
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