Biden has the key to ending the war in Ukraine, but “does not want to use it” – Observer

Siga on here our liveblog from the war in Ukraine The Kremlin considers that it is in the hands of the American President, Joe Biden, to end the war in Ukraine by “running Kiev”. “The key to the Kiev regime lies in Washington’s hands”, said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov at his usual meeting with journalists. … Read more

Moscow, EU observers in Armenia will cause tensions – Ultima Ora

(ANSA) – MOSCOW, 26 JAN – The arrival in Armenia of a civilian mission of EU observers along the country’s borders will lead to geopolitical tensions in the region. This was stated by the Russian Foreign Ministry quoted by the Tass agency. (HANDLE). REPRODUCTION RESERVED © Copyright ANSA <![CDATA[]]> Get the embed code <![CDATA[]]>

Judge suspends domestic violence lawsuit and orders the aggressor to take the victim out to dinner and to the revue – Observer

A judge of the Court of Amadora accepted the recommendation of a public prosecutor who proposed, in a case of domestic violence in which the crime of offense to physical integrity was proven, that the process was suspended, leaving the aggressor obliged to take the victim on “playful walks”. The case was revealed this Friday … Read more

Controversy did not stop contracts. Endesa wins again the biggest lot to supply electricity to the State worth 254 million – Observer

Endesa is again, this year, the main supplier of electricity to the State and public entities, winning three lots in the contractual procedure for joint supplies with a value of 253.5 million euros. The award of three tender lots was indicated to the Observer by an official source from Espap (Entity of Shared Services of … Read more

Sub-Saharan Africa. Economic uncertainties – The Observer

According to the institution’s latest report on the global economic outlook, the growth rate has been revised downwards for almost 60% of the world’s countries. “Sub-Saharan Africa’s food systems, already under heavy pressure from high agricultural input costs and weather-induced production losses, remain particularly vulnerable to further disruptions. These could lead to soaring food prices … Read more

Medvedev suggests that Japanese Prime Minister commit haraquiri (ritual suicide) for “humiliating himself” before the US – Observer

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev suggested that the Japanese Prime Minister commit hara-kiri (ritual suicide) as a way to wash away the shame of his meeting with the Presidents of the USA. On Friday Joe Biden and Fumio Kishida were together at the White House. Biden and Prime Minister of Japan highlight alliance between the … Read more

School strike funds investigated by the Ministry of Education – Observer

The denunciations reached the Ministry of Education and the João Costa’s office decided to investigate them. At issue is a kind of strike fund — a mechanism provided for by law, with its own rules — to raise money so that operational assistants can strike. The news is advanced by Public, citing an official source … Read more

Bolsonaro’s diplomatic passport ceased to be effective on January 1. You have 30 days to leave the US or apply for a visa change – Observer

Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro may become illegal in the United Stateswhere he has been since the end of last year, since his diplomatic passport lost its effect when he ceased to be President of Brazil, which gave him 30 days to leave the country. Bolsonaro left Brazil in the last days of December and … Read more

Gibran Uploads a Photo of Anies Entering the Ditch, This Says a Political Observer

Anies’ photo upload was considered just a joke. REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA– Political observer from Al Azhar Indonesia University Ujang Komarudin responded to the Mayor of Solo, Gibran Rakabuming Raka, who uploaded a photo Anies Baswedan in the gutter on account Twitter personal. According to him, this was just a joke among fellow officials. “Yes, what Gibran … Read more