ANNO XVIII Luglio 2024.  Direttore Umberto Calabrese

Caracas (Venezuela) - Venezuela’s capital Caracas was once one of the world’s wealthiest cities. Today the country is deep in recession. It has the world’s highest inflation and there are widespread food shortages.

Published in Latin America UK
Sabato, 24 Dicembre 2016 14:05

US abstention allows Israeli defeat

The US has taken the strongest action in years against long standing ally Israel.

Published in World UK

Caracas (Venezuela) - Venezuela’s National Assembly has taken a symbolic step by backing a motion blaming the country’s leftist president for the country’s political and economic crisis.

Published in Latin America UK

"Politics chiude in anticipo. Purtroppo è stato un fallimento e la colpa è soprattutto mia". Così Gianluca Semprini al termine della puntata andata in onda ieri sera su Rai3. Il giornalista ha ringraziato tutta la redazione e la squadra del programma ed ha parlato delle critiche ricevute, "alcune giuste, legittime, altre ingenerose, altre vergognose".

Published in Spettacolo
Mercoledì, 07 Dicembre 2016 23:17

Lawmakers injured in Taiwan parliamentary brawl

Passions went into overdrive in Taiwan’s parliament when an amendment was passed to reduce public holidays by seven days.

Published in People UK
Mercoledì, 23 Novembre 2016 23:30

Donald Trump gives plum UN role to vocal critic

US President-elect Donald Trump has picked South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley to be the US ambassador to the United Nations.

Published in World UK

President Barack Obama has debriefed the press along with Germany’s Angela Merkel following a day of talks on the US president’s farewell to Europe trip.

Published in Politics UK
Martedì, 15 Novembre 2016 20:17

Obama urges debt relief for Greece

US President Barack Obama visiting Athens on Tuesday has backed Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ call for a restructuring of Greek debt.

Published in Politics UK

Caracas (Venezuela) - Despite a hostile opening Venezuela’s political rivals appear to have made some progress in Vatican backed talks to bring stability to country that is spiralling out control.

Published in Latin America UK

Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega appeared to have a clear path to a third consecutive term in office after securing more than 70% of the vote in partial results for Sunday’s election.

Published in Latin America UK

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