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Mexico

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Oshiwambo

Spain otaka wayimina South Africa moshipotha shoka a tulilamo Israel omolwa oonkatu dhe dhopakwiita mo Gaza

Spain ota wayimine oshipotha shomadhipago gaakwaanohenda  shoka South Africa a tulilamo oonkatu dha Israel mo Gaza ,kompangu yo International Court of Justice. Shika oshiikwatelela kominista ye yiikwapondje Jose Manuel Albares  nena. O The Guardian oya lopota kutya Spain okuli oshilongo shotango sha Europe okuwayimina oshipotha,shoka tashi ka wayiminwa wo ku Chile noku Mexico. Etiyali lya piti,Spain okwa tseyitha ta talako epangelo lya Palestine opamwe na Ireland na Norway.

todayJune 6, 2024 15

Oshiwambo

Claudia Sheinbaum okwa hogololwa onga omukiintu gotango omupresitend gwa Mexico mesindano lyopandjokonona.

Okomisi yomahogololo ya Mexico oyati iizemo yopetameko oyuulike kutya omunamimvo 61 kwali Mayor goshilando Mexico okwa sindana noo % dhopokati ko 58 no 60 momahogololo ga ningwa ohela. Naashika oshemu tula tula komeho noo% 30 okuyeleka nomukondjithi gwe omunene omukiintu omunangeshefa Xochitl Galvez. Sheinbaum otaka pingenapo omundungiki gwe,omupresitend Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador ngoka oshikako she tashi kwishi mu 01 October. Sheinbaum okuuvaneke ta tsikile mpoka pwa hulile omutetekeli gwe,Obrador.

todayJune 3, 2024 3

World

Sheinbaum victory: a win for Mexican women?

      By Laura BONILLA   Nearly two decades after its then-president described women as "two-legged washing machines," Mexico has elected a woman to lead a country with a long history of gender-based bigotry and violence. The new leader, Claudia Sheinbaum, has talked about the desire of women to "live without fear" and rails against the stereotype that a woman is "prettier when she keeps her mouth shut." But […]

todayJune 3, 2024 4

World

Are embassies off-limits? Ecuadorian and Israeli actions suggest otherwise − and that sets a dangerous diplomatic precedent

Ecuadorian special forces break into the Mexican Embassy in Quito. Alberto Suarez/API/AFP via Getty Images) Jorge Heine, Boston University It has long been held that embassies should be treated as “off-limits” to other nations. Yet in a single week, two governments – both long-established democracies – stand accused of violating, in different ways, the laws surrounding foreign diplomatic missions. First, on April 1, 2024, Iran’s embassy in Damascus was bombed, […]

todayApril 10, 2024 10

Business / Economics

In reversal, Mexico calls for moratorium on international deep-sea mining

By Elizabeth Claire Alberts via Mongabay Creature of the deep sea. Image by NOAA. On Nov. 21, Mexico became the latest nation to call for a moratorium on deep-sea mining in international waters. Before this announcement, some Mexican delegates to the International Seabed Authority, the UN-associated body tasked with regulating the activity, had expressed support for fast-tracking mining rules that would enable mining to start. This announcement came two weeks […]

todayNovember 29, 2023 5

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