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Sweden Prime Minister Ousted by Parliament

The Swedish Prime Minister lost a no-confidence vote in the parliament, a first in the country’s history. He will either resign or announce new elections.

$1.5 Billion To Help Venezuelan Refugees

The International community pledged to provide $1.5 billion USD for helping the 5.6 million Venezuelan refugees who fled the country since 2015. Venezuela calls it a “political propaganda operation”.

Hong Kong Police Raids Newspaper Office, Copies Increase Sixfold

The Hong Kong Police arrested five executives from the publication Apple Daily for a potential violation of the controversial national security law. The next day, the newspaper printed 500,000 copies, more than the usual 80,000 copies.

Peru Counted All Votes of the Presidential Election

Nine days after the votes for the Presidential elections in Peru, all the ballots have finally been counted. But the winner will be announced once all the claims of irregularity will be reviewed

U.S. Federal Employees Soon With Juneteenth Holiday

The United States Senate unanimously passed the resolution establishing June 19 as the Juneteenth National Independence Day. This legal public holiday will commemorate the end of slavery in U.S. federal agencies.

Would Twitter Be Accountable For Its Content In India?

The new IT law in India could bring Twitter and other social media in court for their responsibility about the content published on their platforms.