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USA TRUMP — MIAMI/WASHINGTON — The United States is awaiting details on an unprecedented situation in the country’s history, the FBI’s alleged search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago, Fla., mansion on Monday. Searches are undercover Documents from his presidency.
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TAIWAN CRISIS — Beijing — Taiwan today began war maneuvers to test its defense capabilities against China, which has been stationing military forces around the island for nearly a week in retaliation for the visit of the speaker of the US House of Representatives to Taipei. Nancy Pelosi.
SITUATION – MOSCOW/Lviv – Tensions surrounding Ukraine’s Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, highlight the risk of intensifying fighting in the south of the country, a region that Russia wants to forcibly annex the same as Donbass (east).
BELARUS – Moscow – The Belarusian regime of Alexandr Lukashenko, whose power faltered two years ago in massive protests by the opposition, has succeeded with the Russian military campaign in Ukraine to draw international attention away from the repression in what is considered to be the last dictatorship in Europe distract. (Analysis)
GEORGIANS – Lviv (Ukraine) – Fourteen years after the start of the Russian invasion of Georgia, the Georgian Legion is aiding the Ukrainian army against Russia, and the leader of this formation, Mamuka Mamulashvili, recalls the support Ukraine gave to the Georgians at the time. By Rostyslav Averchuk. (Interview)
JAPANESE NUCLEAR BOMB — Tokyo — The city of Nagasaki in southern Japan on Tuesday commemorated the 77th anniversary of the devastating nuclear attack that devastated the city, amid concerns about the war in Ukraine and the loss of momentum for overall nuclear disarmament.
KENYA ELECTIONS – Nairobi – Some 22 million registered voters are electing their president in Kenya’s general election in a tightly contested poll and in the hope the violence that rocked previous votes will not be repeated.
KOREA RAINS — Seoul — The heaviest rains in the past 80 years left at least seven dead and six missing in Seoul and the surrounding area on Tuesday, alongside widespread flooding, while North Korea is also on alert due to heavy rains in the south of the country.
LATIN AMERICA – Lima – The International Day of Indigenous Peoples, celebrated this Tuesday, commemorates one of the greatest social challenges in Latin America: communities live between state oblivion and violence that seems to be the only thing that does not change one government to another . (Panorama)
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AMAZONIA – Quito – On the occasion of the Day of Indigenous Peoples, the Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA) starts the “80×25 Countdown” that will count the remaining days to reach the goal of protecting 80% of the Amazon by 2025 .
FIRE IN CUBA – Matanzas (Cuba) – The fight against the flames of the biggest industrial disaster in Cuba enters its fourth day in Matanzas (west) amid uncertainty and fear that the fire will spread to new fuel storage facilities.
GUATEMALA PRESS — Guatemala City — A Guatemalan court is deciding whether or not journalist José Rubén Zamora, the main critic of the government presided over by Alejandro Giammattei, will be charged with money laundering, intent to launder money, extortion and influence-peddling after his July 29 arrest.
CONFLICT IN COLOMBIA – Bogotá – The Truth Commission presents in Bogotá the chapter of its final report on the historical account of the armed conflict in Colombia entitled You Will Not Kill, which provides the context of how and why the spirals of violence in the US are explained have emerged country.
VENEZUELA INDIGENOUS DAY – Maracaibo (Venezuela) – In the municipality of San Vicente de Mapuey there is “nothing”, or so its inhabitants of the Wayú ethnic group insist on denouncing the “oblivion” in which they find themselves. Aboriginal claims abound in this desert location, some of which seem to have gone unheeded in Venezuela for generations. By Hector Pereira
JUANES — Miami (USA) — Juanes is celebrating 50 years of life without nostalgia this Tuesday by releasing a hits-and-misses biopic in which he is grateful for an “impressive” musical career, and also with news of a new album , which, according to an interview with Efe, is “on a different level of composition and interpretation”. By Yvonne Malaver
(A chronicle of Juanes and his career was also sent, giving wings to the rest of the Colombian musicians.)
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