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Handcuffs a 24-year-old teacher for having sex with minors

In the arrest of a 24-year-old teacher with the accusation he made six with minors his principles continued Texas. THE Aslin Bell is accused in particular of having sex with two 17-year-olds and a 16-year-old – on various occasions – at his home in the New Boston area last November. Bell, who is the mother of a child, then worked …

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Summit: “27” reached agreement on recovery fund 750 billion – After 5 days | WORLD

“27” reached an agreement at EU summit! After five days and four nights, the “27” reached a historic compromise for the recovery fund after new marathon discussions about the plan for Charles Michel, who announced the agreement. The two “blocs” withdrew and reached an agreement, with Emanuel Macron in a post that spoke of a “historic day for Europe”. Historic …

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Five children killed in a car accident

A possible tragedy occurred on Monday afternoon in the Drom region in the southeast France, when five children were killed in a car accident on the A7 motorway. Four other people, three adults and a seven-year-old child, who were in the same vehicle, were injured and taken to hospital. The children who lost their lives, that was it between 3 …

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EU: Weber threatens veto in case of disagreement in Brussels – Same position of Sassoli | WORLD

The head of the parliamentary group of the European People’s Party in the European Parliament, Manfred Weber, threatened with a veto. Weber stressed that he would veto if “27” did not reach an agreement to link Member States’ financial support to comply with the rules of international law. The Bavarian Christian Socialist (CSU), speaking on the other channel of the …

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There are “substantial” fines for dangerous violations

Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Transport referred to the changes that the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport has promoted in the area of ​​road safety and KOK. Giannis Kefalogiannis, in connection with the presentation of the SAFESTRIP system, at an event of the Institute for Sustainable Mobility and Transport Networks (HIT) from the National Center for Research and Technological Development …

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Pelosi for Turkey: Its strategic position should not be an alibi for tolerating criminal behavior | World

Photo REUTERS Turkey’s strategic position cannot be an alibi for tolerating criminal behavior that violates the rules of international law, US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said during her speech at the online event organized by the World Coordination Committee. Struggle (PSEKA), on the occasion of the 46th anniversary of the Turkish invasion. “I have said about the many different challenges …

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Summit: Delays and repeated proposals aimed at compromise

A four-day thriller with an uncertain ending. Important concessions to the Dutchman Rutte just before dinner after the new proposal from Charles Michel. The fourth day of behind-the-scenes discussions and consultations in Brussels is coming to an end and the curse for the recovery fund and budget, totaling around 1.8 trillion, has not yet been removed. Euro. Just before 9 …

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Rapid development: Egypt sends army to Libya POLICY

Developments in Libya are rapid, as the Egyptian parliament gave the “green light” to send troops to the region. Egypt’s parliament this afternoon approved the deployment of military forces abroad to fight “criminal militias” and “foreign terrorist groups” on a “western front” – in a clear reference to Libya’s western neighbor. As the decision emphasizes, the Egyptian troops will defend …

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Signs of compromise in Brussels, with a big “scissors” in the contributions

After three full days of behind-the-scenes discussions and consultations, there seem to be signs of compromise at the summit, which began on Friday with the main theme of the recovery fund and budget, a total of about 1.8 trillion. Euro. Regarding the climate in the talks, Reuters reports that complaints have resurfaced between countries that have been less affected by …

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