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Jair Bolsonaro says Brazil is open to business

Bolsonaro was sworn as president of Brazil earlier this month after a polarizing election campaign, promising to move the country to the right. In a short speech Tuesday, he outlined plans for a "new Brazil" that would attract waves of foreign investment. "We will work to lower the tax burden, streamline the rules and make life easier for those who …

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Drunk Russian man detained after unsuccessful attempt to hijack aircraft

Police officers detain a man after unsuccessful attempt to hijack Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, January 22, 2019 in this image obtained from a social media on January 22, 2019. MAXIM TVERITNEV / via REUTERS MOSCOW (Reuters) – A drunk Russian man who mistakenly tried to hijack an Aeroflot passenger flight was detained by police on Tuesday after the plane made an emergency …

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Russian judge denies bail for accused American spy

Paul Whelan listens to his lawyers while standing in a prosecutor's cage during a hearing at a court in Moscow on January 22, 2019. [Foto: MLADEN ANTONOV, AFP / Getty Images] A Russian judge refused to release American Paul Whelan on bail Tuesday. He stated his arrest last month in a hotel in Moscow because of espionage was legal. The …

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Filipino law would make 9-year-old criminal offense

"Because if you have a law that will criminalize this particular age group, then the criminals will not use them," Panelo said. He quoted reports from the Philippine National Police and the Filipino drug trafficking gangs using children under 15 in their operations. But Mr Dongeto said that state statistics showed that less than 2 percent of all crimes were …

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Man weighs 31-stone strengthens cabin crew members to dress him and WIPE back while groaning & deeper, deeper & # 39; on a 12-hour flight

TRAUMATIZED airline companies have spoken out after an overweight passenger has forced them to dress in a toilet and dry their backs when he "happily patted" on a long-haul flight. The EVA Air Crew worked aboard a flight from Los Angeles to Taipei on Saturday when the alleged incident occurred. Two hours in the 12-hour journey required a wheelchair assistance …

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Turkey reads international probe in Jamal Khashoggi killing | Turkey News

Turkey has said it plans to launch an international investigation into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and will take further steps in the coming days. At a youth meeting in Istanbul on Monday, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu Saudi Arabia did not share with Turkey any information from his own probe about the Washington Post writer's murder. Khashoggi, critic …

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Pedro Sanchez Venezuela tank deal props up Maduro

Russia, China and Cuba are not the only ones propping up the leftist regime of President Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela. Spain, a NATO ally of the U.S. and important member of the European Union, has sold military equipment to Caracas despite an EU arms embargo. Much of the international community, including 14 Latin American governments, joined the Trump administration in …

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