TeleSur World News Report

Saturday, September 7, 2019

TeleSur reports on world news…

Mass destruction in the Bahamas area from the recent hurricane. Jamaica will help the Bahamas with aid. Many people remain missing. The area appears to be flooded.

Latin Countries discuss the Amazon fires, while USA protestors marched in Washington DC to help the Brazil Amazon.

Venezuela’s Maduro wants peace with Colombia.

The former president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, dies at 95.

Mexico’s Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard continue plans, as Trump threatens tariffs on Mexico. Also, in Mexico, Hatian and African migrants clash with police.

Bolivia president Morales signs universal cancer care bill, which provides free medical treatment for many people in Bolivia who have cancer.

In UK, a bill has been signed and passed to block the October No-Deal Brexit. It will be signed by the Queen on Friday. Boris Johnson refuses to resign.

Pope Francis goes to Africa for environmental issues.

In Algeria, protests continue in the street for the 29th week.

Turkey opposition figure sentenced to 10 years in prison for spreading information.

In Dominican Republic, women protest against femicide. Protested chanted and lit candles for all the women who died from femicide.


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