Sunday, November 13, 2022 (16:00 GMT)


Washington – The Democratic Party retains control of the US Senate after the victory of Senator Catherine Cortez Masto in Arizona, a key state in the last mid-term legislative elections.

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Moscow/Lviv – The Russian military campaign in Ukraine enters a new phase with the withdrawal of the Russian Army from the north of the Kherson region, its biggest defeat since it broke into Ukrainian territory last February.

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Sharm el Sheikh (Egypt) – The COP27 climate summit reaches its halfway point without the rich countries having sent a message to developing countries to compensate them for the losses caused by climate change. by Ana Tuuñas Matilla (SENT)

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Cairo – Millions of people suffer from diseases as a result of climate change and there are more and more studies linking the impact of global warming on mental health. by Carlos Grau. (SEND)


Sydney, Australia – Rising sea levels due to the climate crisis have forced the displacement of thousands of Pacific Islanders, where entire communities have already been relocated to safer areas. By Rocio Otoya. (SEND)


Sharm el Sheikh (Egypt) – The president of Vanuatu, Nikenike Vurobaravu, tells EFE that time is running against the small islands of the Pacific and demands that the justice system stop the fossil fuel projects. by Isaac J. Martin (SENT)

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Washington – The candidates to preside over the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) appear behind closed doors after the dismissal of the American Mauricio Claver-Carone for an affair with an employee.

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Phnom Penh – The president of the United States, Joe Biden, takes advantage of his attendance at the East Asia summit in Cambodia to face a common front with his allies against the war in Ukraine and the hegemony of China. by Gaspar Fuiz-Canela (SENT)

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Jerusalem- The Israeli president, Isaac Herzog, commissions former conservative Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to form a government that according to all forecasts will be the most right-wing in the history of the Jewish State. by Pablo Duer (SENT)

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Miami (USA) – The Miami Book Fair kicks off with a program in Spanish that is considered the most important of its kind in the United States.


Buenos Aires – He was born in Mar del Plata, like Ástor Piazzola and Nacha Guevara, and six years ago he found out that he was an adopted son. EFE interview with Jorge Lanata, one of the most influential journalists in Argentina. By Manuel Fuentes. (SEND)

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London.- The bell of Big Ben rings regularly again after five years of silence during conservation work. (video)

Bogotá – The Spanish Minister for Equality, Irene Montero, meets with the Colombian President, Gustavo Petri.

Paris.- The Paris City Council organizes events to commemorate the attacks of November 13, 2015 in the French capital.

Vatican City.- Pope Francis prays the Angelus in Saint Peter’s Square in the Vatican.

Mexico City.- “March for Democracy, The INE is not touched” convened by different organizations.

Berlin.- Gala of the MTV Europe Music Awards (MTV EMAs) in Düsseldorf.

Santiago de Chile.- Last day of the Primera Sound festival with dozens of international and local artists.


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Sunday, November 13, 2022 (16:00 GMT)