22 November 2019


Shep Smith slams "press vilification" in first remarks since exiting Fox News (6)
Smith launched thinly-veiled attacks at President Donald Trump, who regularly attacked Smith on social media -- Shares x Your message has been sent successfully Send email to: From email: Message content: Check out this article!
Three dead after Colombia protests, tear gas used in renewed confrontations (10)
November 22 2019 07:20 PM Demonstrators clash with riot police during a protest in Bogota, Colombia Reuters/Bogota Three people were killed following Thursday protest marches across Colombia, the defense minister said, and widespread public transportation problems plagued cities on Friday amid calls for another protest. More than 250,000 people marched on Thursday to express growing discontent
Chile security forces 'intentionally' injure protesters: Amnesty (6)
The international rights group says rights abuses against protesters 'are not isolated acts'. by Sandra Cuffe Antofagasta, Chile - Chilean security forces have engaged in widespread and indiscriminate attacks against protesters over the last month, Amnesty International said on Thursday. A team from the UK-based rights organisation visited Chile this week to document and analyse alleged human rights violations in the context of the
Once allies, Nicaragua's elite aim to unseat Ortega (2)
Drazen Jorgic, Ismael Lopez MANAGUA (Reuters) - When Nicaraguan police pulled over his luxury SUV, businessman Jose Adan Aguerri thought it was a routine traffic stop. FILE PHOTO: Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega speaks to supporters during an event celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution, at Juan Pablo II square in Managua, Nicaragua July 19, 2019.
Pro-government supporters attack Catholic church in Nicaragua as tensions flare (2)
MANAGUA/MASAYA, Nicaragua (Reuters) - Supporters of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega tried to storm a church on Thursday, with a priest saying they hit churchgoers, as tension ratchets up between Roman Catholics and the government in the Central American country. A man holds prayer beads as he prays during a mass at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Managua, Nicaragua November 21, 2019.
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