‘There’s currently more democracy in Mexico than in the United States,’ Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says.
Month: February 2023
Will new UK-EU deal over Northern Ireland end the Brexit impasse?
The UK’s leader has been negotiating with the EU to replace the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Putin warns of espionage as Russia presses Ukraine’s Bakhmut
As Putin asked the FSB to bolster security, Moscow said it is open to peace talks, but will not give up annexed regions.
Bankman-Fried’s close associate pleads guilty to criminal charges
Nishad Singh says he knew by mid-2022 that FTX funds were being borrowed by its sister firm without customer knowledge.
Murdered for knowing too much? – In The News Right Now with Kay Rubacek, Sean Stone and Brad Skistimas
Filmmaker Sean Stone, author Kay Rubacek, and musician Brad Skistimas (aka Five Times August) join the panel this week, where topics discussed include the Arkansas chemical worker plane crash, Clinton aide shotgun death, China cease-fire call, and claims of pandemic accord giving W.H.O. control over US pandemic policies.
Is the King compromised?
Cholera outbreak in quake-hit northwestern Syria kills two people
Two people have died and 568 non-fatal cases have been reported in the earthquake-hit areas of northwestern Syria.
Mexico approves new Tesla plant in northern Mexico
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced the decision on Tuesday following a call with Elon Musk.
Watch Kate beat William in spin class endurance race
The Princess of Wales is awarded a golden trophy after beating Prince William in a race in Wales/
Don’t create drama over Brexit deal, Rishi Sunak tells Tory MPs
Rishi Sunak addresses his MPs in an attempt to win support for his new deal on Northern Ireland.