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AIPAC Breaking political custom, Democratic presidential candidates skip AIPAC summit

After the decision by leading Democratic Party candidate Bernie Sanders, other candidates have also jumped in to skip the 2020 AIPAC policy summit. Only Mike Bloomberg is scheduled to attend

Syria Idlib Syrian offensive kills 33 soldiers of the invading Turkish forces in Idlib

Tukey recently increased the size of its invading army inside Syria after the Syrian government forces started an operation to liberate the territory and end the 9-year-old war in the country

Haitian police and military agree to find solutions after clashes on Sunday

The shooting between the Haitian police and military in the capital Port-au-Prince on February 23 left two dead and a dozen injured

Unions take action against South African Telekom’s retrenchment plan

The unions argued in court that proper consultations were not held with them before deciding on retrenchment packages

Ghana Medical Association advances in Government talks and withdraws strike call

The GMA warned the government that they would take strike action if it failed to implement an agreement on Conditions of Service, the deadline for whose implementation was January 1, 2020

Chilean left-wing political parties initiate a campaign for new constitution

Members of the political parties will campaign to urge people to vote for a new Constitution and a Constitutional Convention, highlighting the need to end the current constitution drafted during the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet

Greek protests Greek residents mark shutdown against construction of detention centers for refugees

The residents of Lesvos, Samos and Chios islands in Greece are observing a complete shutdown on Thursday, in opposition to the government’s move to build more detention centers for refugees and asylum seekers

US shooting Shooter kills 5 workers in brewery in US

The man shot at random people at the famous Miller brewing plant in Milwaukee before shooting himself. Gun violence, particularly mass shootings, have been on the rise in the US for the past several years and claim hundreds of lives annually

Sergio Hernandez US Supreme Court dismisses case of Mexican teenager’s murder by Border Patrol

The dismissal comes as a major blow to the decade-long battle fought by the parents of Sergio Hernández, who was killed in 2010 after being shot by a Border Patrol officer

Palestinian protest attacked Israeli army attacks peaceful Palestinian protest in Jordan valley

Five Palestinians sustained bullet injuries and 40 others suffered suffocation and other minor injuries during the Israeli onslaught on Tuesday. Thousands participated in the protest against the Israeli colonization of Palestinian land

Colombian President Ivan Duque to be investigated over corruption and electoral fraud

Former congresswoman Aída Merlano revealed that Duque had knowledge that people bought votes to secure him the presidency in 2018

Socialism Rises Like a Phoenix to Haunt America

Bernie Sander’s Nevada win is a dramatic irony. America thought it buried socialism by winning the Cold War, and now it faces the blow-back from socialism that threatens to undermine the very foundations of its political and economic system.

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