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JOHNSON UK – LONDON – Pressure is mounting for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign after the press reported information on Friday about two new parties in Downing Street headquarters during restrictions, although members of the government are asking to wait for the outcome of an internal investigation.

Russia is foreign – Moscow – Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, will present to the press Friday in Moscow the challenges that Russia faces in the world, after an intense week of international negotiations with the United States and NATO on security in Europe and Ukraine.

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AIE ELECTRICIDAD – PARIS – Rising gas prices and CO2 emissions rights in Europe caused an unprecedented rise in electricity prices in 2021, which quadrupled compared to the previous five years in Spain, France, Germany or the United Kingdom.

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American supplies – Washington – The shelves of supermarkets in the United States are again empty due to the expansion of Omicron, which is causing numerous losses to employees in organizations and coinciding with new problems in the supply chains.

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Djokovic – SYDNEY (Australia) – Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic was still in Melbourne on Friday waiting for the Australian government to decide whether to cancel his visa, while the majority of Australians support this option, despite his criticism of the executive branch at the same time. His “disastrous” handling of the case. By Rossio Otoya

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CHINA – BEIJING – With the Winter Olympics approaching, Beijing has tightened containment measures against the risks of an omicron variant arriving in China, with information on some cases in neighboring regions.

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Armenia TURKEY-MOSCOW – The special representatives of Armenia and Turkey met on Friday mediated by Russia for the first time in more than a decade in a bid to normalize relations between the two countries, which have never had diplomatic relations due to the Armenian Genocide. in the Ottoman Empire.

Parliament of the European Union – Rome – The state funerals of the late European Parliament President David Sassoli, who died last Tuesday, were held in Rome in the presence of the political leaders of the European Union and the affection shown by many citizens.

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Presidency of Italy – Rome – At the age of 85, former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, a three-time incumbent, plays his cards to realize his greatest ambition, which is to be elected head of state, secretly scraping support between parties and publishing a full offensive media. . Written by Gonzalo Sanchez.

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Guatemalan Government – Guatemala City – Guatemala’s President, Alejandro Giammattei, is serving half his term as governor after two years in power marked by demonstrations against him and his hostility to Vice President Guillermo Castillo and pandemic management.

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Ecuador Galapagos – Quito – Ecuadorean President Guillermo Laso signs a decree to create a new marine reserve in the Gal√°pagos to protect the migration corridor of endangered species, on a high seas rendezvous with his Colombian colleague Ivan. Duque, former US President Bill Clinton and high-level delegations from Costa Rica and Panama.

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