Two finalists to succeed Theresa May

UK: Will Boris Johnson Succeed Theresa May

Former London mayor Boris Johnson is likely to be the next British prime minister, but he must first face a finalist appointed Thursday by MPs. British Conservative MPs will decide on Thursday 20th June 2019 to face Boris Johnson in the final sprint of Prime Minister Theresa May run-of-the-mill race, so far dominated by the exuberant pro-Brexit. Boris Johnson, […]

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More than 70 million refugees and displaced at the end of 2018, a UN record

More than 70 Million Refugees at the End of 2018, a UN Record

According to UNHCR, the number of worldwide refugees has increased by 2.3 million compared to 2017; a figure that does not take into account all Venezuelan exiles. At the end of 2018, there were 70.8 million displaced people in the world because of wars or persecutions, a record that does not reflect the extent of the exodus of Venezuelans […]

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Childbirth varies greatly from country to country, depending on cultural differences and the healthcare system of the country.

Universal Experiences of Having a Baby

Childbirth varies greatly from country to country, depending on cultural differences and the healthcare system of the country. Some of these details can make a huge difference in what the parenting experience is like for new parents. Childbirth varies greatly from country to country, depending on cultural differences and the healthcare system of the country. […]

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Boris Johnson.on Brexit

UK: Favourite to Succeed May, Boris Johnson Refuses to pay Brexit Bill

The UNITED KINGDOM: “The money will be kept until we have more clarity on the way to go,” said Boris Johnson on Brexit Boris Johnson, considered the favourite to succeed Theresa May, warned Saturday that if he became Prime Minister, he would refuse that the United Kingdom pays the Brexit bill until the European Union agrees to better terms. withdrawal. “Our friends and partners need to […]

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US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania board Air Force One for the United Kingdom on June 2, 2019 at Andrews Base, Maryland.

Destabilized by Brexit, the United Kingdom welcomes Donald Trump with Great Fanfare

Barely arrived in London on Monday 3rd May, 2019 for a three-day state visit, the US president, DonaldTrump continued his shattering statements about British politics. Barely arrived on British soil, Donald Trump continues in the provocation. A few minutes before Air Force One landed, the Republican billionaire set the tone in a tweet by calling the […]

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A diver cleans the glass of the first underwater restaurant in Europe, 400 km south of Oslo, on May 2, 2019.

Dinner Underwater but Dry in the First Underwater Restaurant in Europe

In Norway, Under has been proposing for the last few weeks to dine under water at five meters depth … staying dry. Immersion. “We have this little window near the kitchen. Whenever a special fish passes, I stop and wonder what taste it can have. Architectural curiosity planted in Lindesnes, in the extreme south of Norway , Under has […]

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Here are the new 100 euros and 200 euros banknotes in circulation

Here are the New 100 and 200 Euro Notes Put into Circulation

This Tuesday 28th May, 2019, the 19 members of the euro zone welcome new 100 euro and 200 euro banknotes, smaller and more secure. You certainly have very little in your portfolio, but new notes are landing in the 19 countries of the euro zone. The European Central Bank has just put into circulation, Tuesday 28th May, […]

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Nigel Farage photographed on May 26, 2019 after the announcement of the results of the European elections.

European Elections: Brexit Party Victory in United Kingdom Reinforces “No Deal” Hypothesis

RESULTS: Voters in the United Kingdom severely punished the Conservative Party of Prime Minister Theresa May, in European Elections relegated to 5th place with 7.5% of the vote The Brexit Party of the Populist Nigel Farage , in favor of a clean break with the EU, tops the list in the European elections results for the United Kingdom with 31.5% of the votes, […]

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Jordan Bardella celebrates the victory of the RN to the European Elections in a hall in Paris on May 26, 2019.

European Elections 2019: National Rally in Front of LREM, Greens third

The first estimates of the results of the European elections in France were broadcast by four pollsters at 8:00 pm Sunday 26th May, 2019 The National Rally comes at the top of the European elections , ahead of The Republic in March , according to the first estimates released at 8pm by four institutes Sunday 26th May, 2019. The extreme right-wing […]

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The participation rate in the European elections is 43.29% in France at 5pm

European Elections 2019: The Participation rate is 43.29% at 5pm

At 5 pm, the turnout in the European elections is 43.29% in France. A rate up from 2014. The first polls will close at 6pm. The European elections continue Sunday, May 26, 2019. If at noon, the participation rate was 19.26%   (a rate higher than in 2014 at the same time), it was 43.29% at 17 hours in metropolitan […]

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