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Australia Prime Minister announced the government wants social media platforms to reveal the identity of malicious users and make them responsible for the content published if they don't. But the law will not be short of challenges.
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro joins the center-right Liberal Party ahead of 2022's presidential elections. The move is a shift from his previous campaign against old-school politics.
George Kordahi, Lebanon's minister of Information, resigned ahead of France's visit to Saudi Arabia hoping this would help solve diplomatic tensions between Saudi Arabia and Lebanon.
Argentina has been limiting export of beef for China in order to reduce domestic price increases on meat. The government would like to continue in 2022.
In November, Facebook removed an antivax campaigns from France and Italy, Facebook accounts from the Belarusian KGB as well as fake account from a Chinese cybersecurity company.
Coffee is at its highest price in 10 years. For Colombia, it means more revenue despite a smaller production while in Turkey prices skyrocket with the inflation.
New Zealand joins forces with Australia, Fiji and Papua and New Guinea to stabilize the Solomon Islands. The government declared Chinatown as a no go zone until they clean the area.
The U.S. removed the FARC from the list of foreign terrorist organizations to be able to cooperate with former members turned politicians. The president of Colombia respect the decision but would have preferred another one.
The president of Portugal asks to clarify terms on the conditions that make medically assisted death legal