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Cirque du Soleil, Guy Laliberté arrested in Polynesia

They arrested him as soon as he got off the plane in one of the most remote places in the world. Guy Lalibert, a name stopped by a whole program, founders of the Cirque du Soleil, by gendarmes from French Polynesia, a galaxy of islands and atolls stretching over two thousand kilometers in the Pacific, in the paradise of Tahiti …

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Pope Francis, Journey to Thailand: Here is the pope's surprise

Pope Francis flies to Thailand and is greeted by sister Ana Rosa Sivori . Who is she? Bergoglios sister nun. While writing Il Giorno the nun was born in Argentina, but has been a missionary in Thailand for 53 years. She will greet Pope Francis in the nunciature when he arrives in Bangkok on November 20, because the Pope is …

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Turkey, Altan writer re-arrested: "scandal of injustice"

In Istanbul, the writer Ahmet Altan was arrested again and released a week ago after three and a half years of imprisonment. His new arrest was decided by the judge on charges of terrorism. According to the editor of "Article 19" of the British Human Rights Organization Thomas Hughes threatens to arrest Altan one week after his release, which amounts …

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Two people in China have been diagnosed with pneumonic plague

Two people from Inner Mongolia in the north of the country were diagnosed with a plague in a hospital in Beijing, China. The plague is a disease commonly associated with the medieval epidemic of the fourteenth century, but in fact the bacterium that is the cause Yersinia pestis is still in circulation, albeit in extremely reduced proportions Shapes Compared to …

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Denmark has temporarily reintroduced border controls on Sweden due to the violence of the Swedish criminal gangs

Denmark has temporarily reintroduced controls at the Swedish border as gunfire and bomb explosions have occurred in the Copenhagen region (Denmark) in recent months. This was reported by authorities carried out by Swedish criminal gangs. The controls were implemented in the ports and on the Öresund Bridge, which separates Copenhagen from Malmö, the third Swedish city, to "prevent the spread …

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Nazi slaughter: German plots pledged – Chronicle

Roccaraso (L & # 39; Aquila), 13 November 2019 – Mortgage credit from Germany on Italian territory as compensation for moral and material damages paid in November 1943 by German soldiers in Pietransieri district, Municipality of Roccaraso, in the province of L & # 39; Aquila, where 128 unarmed civilians were killed. It is the first time that a guarantee …

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Bolivia, Anez president also without quorum in parliament

LA PAZ – The opposition Senator Jeanine Anez of the Democratic Party of the Unidad (UD), who was the second vice-president of the Senate, was appointed Interim President by Bolivian Republic MPs following the departure of Evo Morales to Mexico his political education and some other groups. This was reported by the newspaper El Deber, stressing that this was despite …

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