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Regional powers recognize Maduro opponent as interim president | Venezuela News

The United States, Canada and major South American nations recognized the head of Venezuela's opposition-controlled legislature, Juan Guaido as the country's interim leader on Wednesday, leaving President Nicolas Maduro increasingly isolated. Major regional players Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Peru and Argentina all gave their backing to Guaido's self-proclamation as Venezuela's acting president, which he made in front of crowd of thousands …

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Answer the call: The women on the front of Japan's defense

"I was so surprised at all the torpedoes and missiles on the ship and its labyrinthine layout," Hirayama said. "I had never seen anything like that before." Hirayama, a former security guard of 23 years, had swung the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF) public festival of curiosity. Six months later, devastating floods were immersed in her hometown of Okayama …

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Twitter CEO says that Mark Zuckerberg once earned him a goat he killed with a stun gun

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says Mark Zuckerberg Mark Elliot ZuckerbergFree market situation for a clean slate Facebook takes down anti-NATO sites in conjunction with Russia's congress needs to address consumer data integrity in a responsible and modern way more once served him god Facebook exec said he had killed with a stun gun. Dorsey was asked during an interview with …

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Anti-immigrant lawmakers in Germany speak of the survivors of the Holocaust

Legislators from the Alternative for Germany's party went out to the Bavarian Parliament on Wednesday after a survivor who the Holocaust appealed to the immigrant who minimized Nazi crimes. All but four legislators from the party went out during the speech by Charlotte Knobloch to celebrate the Holocaust, according to Reuters. "A party is represented here today that deviates from …

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Gulfstream, Bombardier jets popular at Davos World Economic Forum

The 2019 World Economic Forum kicked off in Davos, Switzerland, this week. As the world's business and political leaders descend upon the Alpine town, their arms of private jets are the tarmac at nearby airports. The Air Charter service expects that roughly 1,500 private jets will shuttle to and from the conference this week. According to the private-jet leasing company, …

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Can Saudi Arabia produce ballistic missiles? Satellite imagery raises suspicions.

Paul Sonne National security reporter focusing on the U.S. military January 23 at 5:18 PM suggest suggestion Saudi Arabia has constructed its first known ballistic missile factory, according to weapons experts and image analysts, a development that raises questions about the kingdom's increasing military and nuclear ambitions under its 33-year-old crown prince. If operational, the suspected factory at a missile …

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Trump opposes Pence on Honduras role-keeping walking caravans

"Honduras does nothing for us. Guatemala does nothing for us. El Salvador does nothing for us," said Trump under a White Paper on Immigration Tour. The chairman has been a frequent critic for granting foreign aid to countries in Central America and threatened to withdraw foreign aid to Honduras in response to formerly wandering caravans. In Trump's first two years …

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The bodies found in the Thailand river lacked activists, police said

Two bodies washed ashore a Thailand river in December were similar to anti-government activists, as the police have revealed. The bodies of the two people – known by the pseudonyms Puchana and Kasalong – were found on December 27 and December 28 on the shore of the Mekong River, wrapped in brown sacks along with cement blocks. 4 LIMIT ACTIVITIES …

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Chinese-Australian writer detained in China

Yang Hengjun, author and former Chinese diplomat, now an Australian citizen, is shown in an unspecified place in Tibet, China, sometime in Tibet, China, in July 2014 in this social media image obtained by REUTERS [19659002] MELBOURNE (Reuters) – China has arrested a Chinese-Australian writer fleeing from New York last week, the Australian government said, adding that it was trying …

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