Trump acknowledges Biden “won” but reiterates false accusation that election was rigged

WASHINGTON, Nov 15 (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump publicly acknowledged on Sunday for the first time that his Democratic rival Joe Biden won the Nov. 3 election, but reiterated false claims that the vote was rigged. “He won because the election was rigged,” Trump tweeted. (Reporting by Sarah N. Lynch and Susan Heavey. Edited … Read more

Trump acknowledges Biden’s victory in ‘rigged’ election for the first time

After last Friday, in his first reappearance to the media after knowing his defeat, he hinted at the possibility of a change of government in the United States, Donald Trump seems to have given in to the evidence, but in his own way. The president acknowledged this Sunday that his rival, Democrat Joe Biden, won … Read more

NBA reiterates that collaboration between leagues is key in the fight against COVID-19

New York, Nov 11 (EFE).– NBA commissioner Adam Silver was optimistic on Tuesday that next season there may be spectators in the fields and that maintaining strict collaboration between all leagues would be key in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Silver, who participated in a 2020 Paley International Council Summit panel with Major League … Read more

Hellenic Migration Minister reiterates that Greece has never participated in illegal deportations

Athens, Oct 29 (EFE) .- The Hellenic Migration Minister, Notis Mitarakis, has reiterated that Greece has never participated in “alleged” illegal deportations of migrants and has celebrated the decision of the European Commission to convene an extraordinary meeting of Frontex to investigate complaints in this regard. “It is clear that Greece does not participate in … Read more

Court of Auditors reiterates concerns about draft budget

The State Audit Office has reiterated its concerns about the 2021 draft budget. The state government’s proposal to determine the corona-related emergency by the end of 2023 is not only “highly constitutionally problematic”. Also because of the narrowly interpreted exemptions from the debt brake, a persistent emergency must be determined by the state parliament every … Read more

Access to education for Listuguj students is limited by Quebec, reiterates Cardy

It was the government of New Brunswick that ended, on October 8, the agreement that allowed residents of Pointe-à-la-Croix and the Listuguj First Nation to cross the border between the two provinces. Only essential travel is now permitted. The 103 Listuguj students who attended Sugarloaf High School in Campbellton are now receiving distance education as … Read more

Fernando Balda ratifies his accusations against General Jorge Vargas – Investigation – Justice

On the morning of this Monday, from Quito in Ecuador, the politician Fernando Balda was confirmed in his accusations against General Jorge Luis Vargas, current Director of Citizen Security of the Police, about his alleged participation in the kidnapping of which he was a victim in Bogotá, in August 2012. General Vargas, in an interview … Read more

Prosecutor’s Office reiterates request for information on police officers who fired during protests – Investigation – Justice

In a letter sent this Monday, the delegate attorney for the Public Force, Herman Rincón, asked the Minister of Defense, Carlos Holmes Trujillo, his intervention so that the Police respond to the questions that the Public Ministry asked him about the violent events –Among them, on police officers who had shot at protesters– during the … Read more

Venezuela reiterates invitation to the UN and EU to participate as observers in parliamentary elections – Vice Presidency of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

Venezuela reiterates invitation to the UN and EU to participate as observers in parliamentary elections The Minister of Popular Power for Foreign Relations, Jorge Arreaza, reported this Wednesday that he sent a letter to the United Nations (UN) and the European Union (EU), in which he ratified the broad electoral guarantees that exist in Venezuela … Read more

Miami-Dade reiterates no plans to close schools despite reported infections

“The school has been completely disinfected. The well-being of our students and employees is our top priority, ”the report reiterated. Last Friday, the School District reported the existence of “several positive cases” of coronavirus in schools, although it did not disclose the names of the schools affected, but did indicate that they notified “affected schools … Read more