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United States accused of creating enemies to increase the military budget
United States accused of creating enemies to increase the military budget

Beijing, March 28.- China opposes the US practice of artificially creating enemies from scratch in order to increase its military budget, declared Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Wu Qian.

Israel’s minister questions US support
Israel’s minister questions US support

Moscow, March 27.- Israeli Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben-Gvir, accused the President of the United States, Joe Biden, of “tacitly supporting the enemies of Israel” and the American congresswoman of the Democratic Party Rashida Tlaib, reports The New York Times.

Life imprisonment for those involved in crimes of the Argentine dictatorship
Life imprisonment for those involved in crimes of the Argentine dictatorship

Buenos Aires, March 27.- The Federal Oral Court One of the Argentine city of La Plata sentenced 10 defendants to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity in the Banfield Well, the Quilmes Well and the Lanús Brigade.

Venezuela aspires to join the BRICS at the 2024 summit
Venezuela aspires to join the BRICS at the 2024 summit

Caracas, March 26.- The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, expressed his hope that his country will join the BRICS group as a full member at the group's next summit. This was stated in an interview during the Venezuela Decide 2024 program on Telesur.

Cuba thanks food donation from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Cuba thanks food donation from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Kingstown, March 25.- Cuban authorities here today thanked the donation of 235 metric tons of flour to the government of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, which will contribute to alleviating the complex food situation that the island is going through.

Macron warns Netanyahu about possible war crime in Rafah
Macron warns Netanyahu about possible war crime in Rafah

Paris, March 24.- The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, today warned the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, that any forced displacement of the Palestinian population in Rafah would constitute a war crime, according to a statement from the Elysee Palace.

Ecuador's indigenous movement reiterates defense of its territories
Ecuador's indigenous movement reiterates defense of its territories

Quito, March 23.- The president of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (Conaie), Leónidas Iza, reiterated that they will continue to defend the territories threatened by mining activity.

United States resolution on Gaza vetoed in the Security Council (+ Photo)
United States resolution on Gaza vetoed in the Security Council (+ Photo)

Moscow, March 22.- Russia and China vetoed this Friday in the United Nations Security Council a draft US resolution on the conflict in the Gaza Strip, since it did not include the demand for an immediate ceasefire.

European Union without agreement to use interests in frozen Russian assets
European Union without agreement to use interests in frozen Russian assets

Brussels, March 22.- The European Union (EU) concluded the first day of its summit in this capital, without an agreement for the use of interest obtained from Russian assets frozen in Western banks.

United Nations asks to respect human rights on world day against racial discrimination
United Nations asks to respect human rights on world day against racial discrimination

United Nations, March 21.- The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination today demands measures to combat this scourge, 75 years after the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Controversial Texas anti-immigrant law appealed to US court
Controversial Texas anti-immigrant law appealed to US court

Washington, March 20.- The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit will today hear the arguments of Texas on a controversial law that would allow the Police to detain and expel supposedly irregular migrants.

Haiti a little closer to having a Transitional Presidential Council
Haiti a little closer to having a Transitional Presidential Council

Port-au-Prince, March 19.- Haiti is today much closer to having a Presidential Transition Council (CPT), after a group achieved consensus on its candidates.