Florida Sues Joe Biden Administration Over Immigration Policy

Florida, on Tuesday (28/9), filed a lawsuit against President Joe Biden’s administration claiming the government’s immigration policies were illegal. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is a Republican, signed an order barring the state’s offices from assisting in the relocation of illegal immigrants arriving in Florida. The DeSantis order authorizes the …

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US Military Admits Afghanistan War ‘Strategic Failure’

Twenty years of American blood and treasure in Afghanistan are summed up in about six hours of testimony in the US Senate with top military officers admitting that the war was a “strategic failure” that in the end, perhaps, would never be a victory. The testimony given before the Senate …

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Construction of Obama Presidential Center Officially Begins

After going through the struggle for legal certainty, issues related to regional rejuvenation, and federal studies in the last five years, Barack and Michelle Obama, on Tuesday (29/9) conducted a ground excavation ceremony for the construction of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago park. . Construction The building, which is …

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US Judge Paves Way for Extradition of Peru’s Ex-President

A judge in the United States on Tuesday (29/9), said the evidence gathered in a criminal case involving Peru’s former president Alejandro Toledo “is sufficient” so that the ex-president’s extradition process to return to his country can be carried out immediately. Toledo himself was previously suspected of being involved in …

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Swedish Prime Minister Condolences to Gothenburg Blast Victims

The Swedish prime minister expressed his sympathy for the victims of the explosion and fire in an apartment in Gothenburg that left at least 20 people injured. Meanwhile, Sweden’s Ministry of Home Affairs said the government was assisting with the investigation into the crash. At a press conference in Stockholm, …

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The Taliban Will Use Part Of The Kingdom’s Constitution In Its Government

The Taliban on Tuesday (28/9) said it temporarily planned to apply articles of Afghanistan’s 1964 constitution that are “not against Islamic law” to govern the country for the foreseeable future. The information comes in an official announcement citing Abdul Hakeem Sharaee, the Taliban’s acting justice minister, who informed the Chinese …

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