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The General Secretary of the Presidency, Oscar Parrilli, confirmed today that the president will meet with the Pope on 17 March.
Kim Jong-Un, North Korean leader justified the execution of his uncle in the message given to the community by the end of year as transcended in a newspaper of Honk Kong how was the execution of Jang Song-Thaek. According to the newspaper, close to the Chinese Communist Party, Kim’s uncle was thrown naked into a […]
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In the first massa of 2014, held in the Basilica of St. Peter, the Pope said “is significant to hear words of strength, courage and hope.”
A new suicide attack took place today in the city of Volgograd in southern Russia, killing at least 14 people dead and dozens injured. Yesterday, a similar attack which killed 17 others , occurred in the same place and all the alarms went on, considering that in six weeks will be held the Winter Olympics […]
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In his Christmas message, Pope Francisco called for peace in all armed conflicts that have the world on edge. Syria, South Sudan, Nigeria and the Middle East were some of the places mentioned by the Supreme Pontiff.
Anton Beneslavsky, Greenpeace lawyer confirmed that the Duma – lower house of the Russian parliament – approved an amnesty for people who are under investigation, among which are 30 Greenpeace activists. Now, Russian authorities have six months to apply the benefit.
Pope Francis was chosen Personality of the Year by Time magazine and was called the The Pope of the People. “With the focus on compassion, the leader of the Catholic Church has become the new voice of conscience,” says the managing editor of the prestigious magazine Nancy Gibbs, on the election of the first Latin […]
Nelson Mandela, former South African President and global icon, died today at the age of 95 . Mandela was South Africa’s first black president, was jailed for 27 years for his advocacy of civil rights of the black community in his country, and was Nobel Peace Prize. A transverse leader, statesman of soul that knew […]
The U.S. president referred to Argentina as a bad example in terms of inequality in a speech delivered at almost 50 minutes at the Center for American Progress, Washington. “Today, our inequality levels are approaching those of countries like Argentina or Jamaica,” said the president. Obama defined social inequality to “all political and economic strains […]
At the Vatican, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Pope Francisco, where they had a private conversation that lasted over half an hour. In it, they called for a diplomatic solution to the conflict in Syria.
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Today, the royalty of Holland William and Maxima visited Maduro in Caracas, to strengthen bilateral relations and greet him for his birthday.
The U.S. president, Barack Obama, sent a letter to President Cristina Kirchner in which he wished “all the best” as well as “a speedy and complete recovery.” “I join the people of Argentina to wish her a speedy and complete recovery and I wish you all the best.” Also, in the note, released today at […]
Americans Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller were the winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics 2013 .
Today, most of the hostages that were still being held at the Mall of Kenya were rescued, officials said.
Angela Merkel, German chancellor, marked another milestone in the political history of Germany, having been the first woman to be head of the Foreign Ministry, by rubbing the absolute majority in parliamentary elections held in the Teutonic country.
Monsignor Pietro Parolin, who from October will be the number two in the Vatican, issued a statement about the celibacy of priests reviving the debate on the marriage within the Church without vocations and pending decisions of Pope Francis, although there are many who believe that still dominate the arguments against.
The UN secretary general, Ban Ki-Moon said “if scientific analysis confirmed that chemical weapons were used, that would be a serious violation, an abominable violation of international law” to an interview to a French channel.
This Saturday in Geneva, the U.S. and Russia reached an agreement to dismantle the Syrian chemical arsenal forcing Damascus to submit a list of their weapons within a week and provides a resolution of the UN, with recourse to force, in case the system fails to fulfill its commitments.