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01/12/2021Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Adam Taylor and Adela Suliman
Less than a week after the new omicron variant of the coronavirus was reported to the World Health Organization, global leaders on Wednesday agreed to start negotiations to create a new international agreement to prevent and deal with future pandemics — which some have dubbed a “pandemic treaty.”
02/09/2021Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Claire Parker
Countries where people leaving Afghanistan are likely to wind up are bracing for a full-scale migration crisis in the wake of the Taliban’s rapid return to power and the hurried withdrawal of the United States and its allies. Warnings from aid groups have given credence to those fears.
10/05/2021Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política
19:10 - Monday saw a rapid escalation of violence between Israelis and Palestinians after weeks of clashes and demonstrations in Jerusalem.
20/01/2021Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Rosalind S. Helderman y Josh Dawsey
President Trump on Tuesday granted clemency to 143 people, using a final act of presidential power to extend mercy to former White House strategist Stephen K. Bannon, well-connected celebrities and nonviolent drug offenders — but did not preemptively pardon himself or his family.
08/01/2021Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política
15:19 - President Trump confirmed Friday that he will skip the inauguration of President-elect Joseph R. Biden, following reports that Vice President Mike Pence will attend the ceremony.
28/09/2020Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Jessica Chasmar
14:51 - Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden on Saturday compared President Trump to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels and Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
21/05/2020Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Joel Gehrke
Latin American governments with close ties to the United States could struggle to weather a storm of political protests as the coronavirus pandemic intensifies, American officials and analysts fear.
11/05/2020Economía The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Valerie Richardson
Trump administration officials sought Sunday to lower short-term expectations on the cratering economy, predicting that unemployment will spike in the second quarter while promising a historic rebound in the latter half of 2020 — right before the presidential election.
23/04/2020Sr. Canciller The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional
As the coronavirus crisis threatens to overwhelm health care systems and devastate fragile economies across Latin America, China — where the deadly pathogen first emerged — now wants the region to see it as the hero, not the villain, in the fight against the pandemic.
06/04/2020Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional
As Trump faces heat on coronavirus response, Republicans try to elevate China’s role in domestic political debate
03/04 - 15:41 - For months, national Republicans hoping to wrest back control of the House this fall have targeted first-term Rep. Sean Casten (D-Ill.), hitting him on his vote to impeach President Trump, his criticism of the U.S. drone killing of an Iranian general and his opposition to a federal ban on fentanyl.
30/03/2020Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Salud Tom Howell Jr.
19:11 - President Trump pleaded with Americans Monday to put their lives on hold for another 30 days, saying their behavior over the next month will make or break the country’s fight against the coronavirus.
18/03/2020Economía The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Dave Boyer
21:31 - President Trump signed a $105 billion bill Wednesday night to provide paid sick leave from the COVID-19 pandemic while the administration forged ahead with a $1.3 trillion plan to help out-of-work Americans and to rescue the cratering economy, as stocks sustained another massive sell-off that halted trading briefly for the fourth time in two weeks.
13/11/2019Sr. Canciller The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política
The black-market money changers and their cries of “cambio, cambio” resound along Buenos Aires’ famed Florida Street. Four years ago, President Mauricio Macri did away with the foreign currency controls imposed by his populist predecessor, only to reinstate them in what would turn out to be the final weeks of his presidency.
30/10/2019Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Ben Hubbard y Eric Schmitt
La decisión de Donald Trump de retirar tropas de Siria rompió una alianza de cinco años y complicó los planes de captura de Abubaker al Bagdadi.
01/08/2019Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Dave Boyer
President Trump designated Brazil Wednesday night as a major non-NATO ally, paving the way for sharing military intelligence and privileged acquisition of military equipment.
02/05/2019Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Carol D. Leonnig
Barr puts Trump’s actions in best light, despite ‘substantial evidence’ of obstruction cited by Mueller
It was one of the most dramatic cases of potential obstruction of justice laid out by federal investigators: President Trump directing the top White House lawyer to seek the removal of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III — and then later pushing him to deny the episode.
24/04/2019Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Amie Ferris-Rotman
Kim Jong Un arrived in Russia on Wednesday ahead of the North Korean leader’s first talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, a meeting designed by both sides to send Washington the message that there are other players when it comes to dealing with North Korea’s nuclear program.
14/11/2018Economía The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Energía David McHugh
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - The International Energy Agency said Wednesday that global oil supplies are growing rapidly as Saudi Arabia, the United States and Russia pump more oil in response to fears of higher prices as a result of renewed U.S. sanctions on Iran.
05/07/2018Política The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Joshua Goodman
04/07/18 - 19:10 - As a meeting last August in the Oval Office to discuss sanctions on Venezuela was concluding, President Donald Trump turned to his top aides and asked an unsettling question: With a fast unraveling Venezuela threatening regional security, why can’t the U.S. just simply invade the troubled country?
13/04/2018Argentina The Washington Times - Estados Unidos Organismos Regionales
Vice President Mike Pence plans to meet with four Latin American leaders during his weekend trip to Peru for an international summit where he is filling in for President Donald Trump.