Can Russia lose its right to veto in the UN?

Meetings, votes, speeches, negotiations, vetoes, actions, inaction… As Russia has once again ignited war in Europe, United Nations has put all the diplomatic machinery to work again to try to address the war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, without much success so far. The usual script in the transnational organization, however, is being altered on… Continue reading Can Russia lose its right to veto in the UN?

Ukraine denounces that Russia is using vacuum pumps, prohibited by the Geneva Convention

Russia is launching thermobaric bombs in Ukraine, which demonstrates the “devastation” that Moscow seeks to cause, as indicated on Monday by the Ukrainian ambassador to Washington, Oksana Markarova, after holding several meetings in the United States Congress to explain the situation in his country in the midst of the Russian invasion. At the end of… Continue reading Ukraine denounces that Russia is using vacuum pumps, prohibited by the Geneva Convention

The question of ‘Aquí, amb Josep Cuní’ and EL PERIÓDICO

EL PERIÓDICO and the SER Catalunya program ‘Aquí, amb Josep Cuní’ open a question every day to take the pulse of the public’s opinion on a current issue. Today’s poll question is: 📊 SURVEY | Do you think that the European Union has to facilitate the entry of Ukraine? 📲 Remember, you can leave your… Continue reading The question of ‘Aquí, amb Josep Cuní’ and EL PERIÓDICO

“Surely the facha has read and traveled more than you”

In 2013, Jordi Borràs was forced to stop covering extreme right-wing acts after being singled out and receiving death threats. His name, his image and his information ran through the ultra forums. The skin and professional career of the Catalan photojournalist were in serious danger after years of specializing in far-right movements in Catalonia. But… Continue reading “Surely the facha has read and traveled more than you”

The Paterna wall where 2,238 people were shot will be declared a Place of Memory

“The pulls out of convicts of the day, sent from the different penitentiary centers, were previously put in the chapel so that if they wished they could confess. Shortly after, they were handcuffed and put on trucks to be taken to Paterna. According to different testimonies, the prisoners arrived by truck to the same shooting… Continue reading The Paterna wall where 2,238 people were shot will be declared a Place of Memory

Israeli soldiers kill at least two Palestinians and wound 32

Special forces entered a refugee camp in Jenin and opened fire, and there were clashes in Jerusalem At least Two Palestinians have died and 32 – including two children – have been injured this Monday by Israeli forces during the clashes that have taken place near the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem and in a refugee… Continue reading Israeli soldiers kill at least two Palestinians and wound 32

They arrest more than 6,400 people in the protests in Russia against the invasion of Ukraine

Russian security forces crack down on demonstrations, with most arrests in Moscow and St. Petersburg At least 413 people have been arrested this Monday in Russia during the anti-war protests in Ukrainewhich raises to 6,440 the number of people arrested since the demonstrations began Thursday. About half of the 3,126 arrests have occurred during the… Continue reading They arrest more than 6,400 people in the protests in Russia against the invasion of Ukraine

The US expels 12 diplomats from the Russian mission to the UN

the United States has expelled this monday to 12 diplomats from the Russian mission to the UN for “espionage” and must leave the country before March 7. The announcement was made by Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Vassily Nebenzia, and has been confirmed by the North American country. The expulsion is related to “activities… Continue reading The US expels 12 diplomats from the Russian mission to the UN

US expels 12 Russian UN diplomats ‘for espionage’

The Government of Joe Biden launched on Monday night the process of expulsion of 12 Russian diplomats before the United Nations for espionage; literally, “for having abused his residence privileges in the US by participating in espionage activities that are adverse to our national security,” said the spokeswoman for the US mission in the organization,… Continue reading US expels 12 Russian UN diplomats ‘for espionage’

Spain is activated to welcome refugees in a common action of the EU

The Government, the communities and town councils are starting preparations to receive the Ukrainian refugees who may arrive in the coming weeks and to attend to the citizens of this country who are already in Spain. The Ministry of the Interior has stopped any denial of asylum files in progress and the Ministry of Inclusion… Continue reading Spain is activated to welcome refugees in a common action of the EU