Israeli Likud signs coalition deal with anti-LGBTQ radical

Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has signed a coalition deal with a minor ultra-nationalist faction leader known for his homophobic rhetoric and disparaging remarks about non-Orthodox Jews, a sign of the new government’s tough stance. JERUSALEM — Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has signed a coalition deal with a minor ultra-nationalist faction leader … Read more

Mexico’s president leads a massive pro-government march through the capital

Issued on: 28/11/2022 – 02:24altered: 28/11/2022 – 02:26 Hundreds of thousands of people marched in Mexico’s capital on Sunday to show their support for President Manuel López Obrador, who had led some of the country’s largest protests before he became president. The “people’s march” marked four years in office for the leftist leader and was … Read more

Early voting underway in Georgia senate elections

https://sputniknews.com/20221128/early-voting-underway-in-georgia-senatorial-election-1104767620.html Early voting underway in Georgia senate elections Early voting underway in Georgia senate elections WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – Early voting is underway in the midterm second round in the US state of Georgia, US President Joe Biden says. 28.11.2022, Sputnik International 2022-11-28T00:20+0000 2022-11-28T00:20+0000 2022-11-28T00:20+0000 2022 US Midterms herschel hiker Rafael Warnock Georgia elections /html/main/meta[@name=”og:title”]/@content /html/main/meta[@name=”og:description”]/@content … Read more

Mexico’s Lopez Obrador leads massive pro-government march

MEXICO CITY — Hundreds of thousands of people marched in Mexico’s capital on Sunday to show their support for President Manuel López Obrador, who had led some of the country’s largest protests before he became president. The “people’s march” marked four years in office for the leftist leader and was in response to a major … Read more

Malaysia’s new Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim vows to unite the country and fight corruption

New Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has pledged to make “Malaysia for all Malaysians”, fight corruption and reiterated that he will not take a salary as Malaysians battle rising cost of living. Anwar, who has been campaigning for the top job in Malaysia for 24 years amid political coups and prison sentences, said improving the Southeast … Read more

New state voter fraud units find few cases of midterm elections

WASHINGTON (AP) — State-level law enforcement units established after the 2020 presidential election to investigate voter fraud are investigating scattered complaints more than two weeks after the midterm elections, but have yielded no indication of systemic problems. That’s exactly what election experts had expected, leading critics to suggest the new units were more about politics … Read more

Taiwanese president resigns as party leader after election loss

Taiwan President Tsai Ingwen resigned as head of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party after local election losses on Saturday, in which voters chose the nationalist opposition party in several major races on the self-governed island. Concerns over threats from rival China, which claims Taiwan as its territory, took a back seat to more local issues … Read more

Top Belarusian diplomat, president’s ally, dies at 64

Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei, a close ally of authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko, has died at the age of 64, state news agency Belta reported Saturday. TALLINN, Estonia — Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei, a close ally of authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko, has died at the age of 64, state news agency Belta reported Saturday. … Read more

The German government wants to relax the rules for naturalization

BERLIN — Germany’s social-liberal government is moving ahead with plans to relax the rules for obtaining citizenship in the European Union’s most populous country, a move that has been attacked by the conservative opposition. Chancellor OIaf Scholz said in a video message on Saturday that Germany has long since become “the land of hope” for … Read more

Prime Minister: Coup foiled in Sao Tome and Principe

SAO TOME, Sao Tome and Principe — Security forces on the Central African island of Sao Tome and Principe have killed four people and arrested two others, including politician Delfim Neves, after a foiled coup attempt, the prime minister said on Friday. Prime Minister Patrice Trovoada said authorities believe the men were looking for weapons … Read more