Russia and the United States Ukraine: The United States and Russia begin high-level talks on Ukraine
Kazakhstan riots: Kazakhstan’s president said the riots were an ‘attempted coup’
Australian Tennis Virus: Djokovic wins first court battle but could still be deported
Russia the United States Ukraine
US and Russia begin high-level talks on Ukraine
US and Russian diplomats held crucial negotiations Monday over escalating tensions over Ukraine and Moscow’s security demands, with little hope of a diplomatic breakthrough.
Written by Nina Larsson
(Diplomacy of the conflict between Russia, the United States and Ukraine, central notes update, 650 words – already submitted)
On the Ukrainian front, US-Russia negotiations raise few expectations
On the front lines in eastern Ukraine, Kiev’s forces fear that negotiations that began Monday in Geneva between the United States and Russia will not change much in the conflict that pits them against pro-Russian separatists.
Port Anatoly Stepanov
(Ukraine-Russia conflict American diplomacy, feature, 650 words – already broadcast)
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Riots in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan’s president says riots were ‘attempted coup’
Kazakh president said on Monday that the unrest in his country that has left dead was a “coup attempt” and vowed that Russian and allied forces backing the government would leave “soon”.
Burr Christopher Rickleton
(Kazakhstan Russia Demonstrations of political unrest Armed forces, central note, 750 words – already moved)
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Tennis virus in Australia
Djokovic won his first legal battle in Australia but could still be deported
A judge on Monday ordered the release of Novak Djokovic from his detention center, in a victory for the tennis player who wants to enter Australia without a coronavirus vaccination, although the Australian government warned he could still force him to be expelled.
For rent Sample and Mel Chun
(Australia Tennis AUS SRB The Sports and Health Pandemic Epidemic, Essential Note, 850 Words – Already Transferred)
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The Chávez dynasty ends in the cradle of the “Leader”
Chavismo will stop ruling Barinas, home of the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, for the first time since 1998, after the opposition’s historic victory in the election for governor, which was repeated this Sunday by court order.
by Esteban ROJAS
(Venezuela political party elections, center note, 700 words – already submitted)
Ortega is serving a fourth term in Nicaragua, isolated and subject to sanctions
Nicaragua’s president, Daniel Ortega, will assume his fourth consecutive term on Monday with his wife, Rosario Murillo, as vice president, amid sanctions and pressure from the United States and the European Union but with the support of China and Russia.
By Julia Rios
(Nicaraguan political government, central note, 800 words – 11:30 GMT)
Daniel Ortega, a powerful guerrilla fighter in power in Nicaragua
Daniel Ortega, the thick-eyed guerrilla who fought the dictatorship of Anastasio Somoza, became four decades later the longest-running president in Nicaragua, which cost him comparisons to the figure he himself helped overthrow.
(Nicaraguan political government, profile, 750 words – 12:00 GMT)
Rosario Murillo, Co-President of Nicaragua
Unmistakable in her multi-colored suits and hands full of rings and bracelets, Rosario Murillo is the powerful and omnipresent wife of President Daniel Ortega, with whom she will share her fourth consecutive government as Vice President.
(Nicaraguan political government, profile, 700 words – 12:30 GMT)
New Dutch government sworn in after record waiting period
The new Dutch government, whose main goal will be to fight global warming, was sworn in on Monday, about ten months after the elections, a record for the Netherlands.
Burr (Charlotte van Ouwerkerk
(Government of the Netherlands, central note, 500 words – 12:30 GMT)
Parades, concerts and candy contests over the 70 years of Elizabeth II
Buckingham Palace announced on Monday that the pomp, the Queen’s Festival and a candy contest will focus the festivities, scheduled for June 2-5, to celebrate the platinum jubilee, 70 years after Elizabeth II’s reign.
By Anna Cuenca
(British Royal Anniversaries, center note, 600 words – 12:30 GMT)
The daughter of a disappeared person awaits the world’s first verdict on torture in Syria
In a bustling cafe in Berlin, Wafa Mustafa displays pictures on the table. This 31-year-old Syrian shows her father who opposes the regime of Bashar al-Assad, who was arrested in 2013 and has since disappeared.
By Yannick Basquette
(The Disappearance of Conflict Justice in Germany and Syria, Focus, 600 words – 1300 GMT)
Burmese Aung San Suu Kyi has been sentenced to four years in prison
A Burmese junta court sentenced Aung San Suu Kyi to four years in prison on three counts on Monday in one of the legal proceedings against the ousted ruler.
(Burma Military Coup Trial, Armed Forces Riots, Center Note, 500 Words – Already Sent)
Aung San Suu Kyi, a life linked to the turbulent fate of Burma
Aung San Suu Kyi, who was sentenced to four more years in prison on Monday, epitomizes Burma’s turbulent fate. First a symbol of democracy, then an outcast from the international community after the drama of the Rohingya Muslims, and now again in the clutches of the military.
Pour Sophie Deviler
(Burma Armed Forces Coup Trial Riots, Profile, 800 Words – Already Sent)
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A baby who disappeared in the chaos of Kabul airport reunites with his family
Sohail Ahmadi, who was handed over to a foreign soldier, disappeared on August 19 in the chaos of the Kabul evacuation. Last week, the baby was reunited with his family after five months of separation.
Guy Deshmukh and Luana Sarmini Bonacoursi
(Refugee Policy in Afghanistan, Refugee Policy, USA, Special Report, 550 words – already broadcast)
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In Liberia, an abandoned hotel symbolizes the country’s dark past
A hotel, once the pride of an African dream that today has turned into a ghostly, deserted concrete skeleton, symbolizing the brutal and bloody conflict that Liberia experienced between 1989 and 2003 over the punishing heights of Monrovia.
B Emmet LIVINGSTONE
(Tourism Poverty Struggle in Liberia, Focus, 750 words – already broadcast)
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‘Dog Power’ and ‘Love Without Barriers’ conquered the boycotted Golden Globe Awards
“Dog Power” and “Love Without Barriers” triumphed over the main busts this Sunday at the Golden Globes, which was without stars or transition, limited to announcing the winners on social networks.
(People’s Entertainment TV Movies, Central Note, 850 words – already aired)
The winners of the main Golden Globe nominations
(USA People TV Film Award, Box, 200 Words – Already broadcast)
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