World News: What’s Happening Around the Globe

Welcome to World News. This is a blog dedicated to providing you with the latest news from around the world, so that you can be better informed and more prepared for what’s happening right now in our global society.

The topics of this blog range from politics to sports, but we focus mainly on social issues.

We hope that by providing readers with an up to date account of current events, our work will help stimulate conversation and awareness about important issues in today’s society.

In this post, we’ll be talking about recent events in Brazil.

The Brazilian Senate voted 59 to 21 against a constitutional amendment that would have strengthened President Michel Temer’s job security on Wednesday. This means he will now not finish his term and can be impeached by Congress for charges of corruption at any time before Jan. 31, 2019.

We’ll also look at the political situation in New York.

Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced he will abolish cash bail for non-violent crimes, eliminate mandatory minimum sentences, and commute certain prison sentences to reform the justice system of his state.

This is a breaking news post.

As of April 24, 2018, the United States has announced it will be publishing previously classified files relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963.

These documents are expected to be released on October 26th and contain over three thousand unreleased records related to who killed JFK and why. This event may have huge implications for US history books as well as conspiracy theories that surround this topic still today.

Additionally, we’ll be examining Russia’s controversial new censorship law.

The law requires bloggers with more than 3000 readers per day or 1000 subscribers on social media platforms like Facebook or YouTube to register as a mass medium company under Russian law.

This means they would have to comply with federal regulations requiring them to identify their sources and abstain from publishing anything unsuitable for minors.

The list includes drugs propaganda, pornography among other things which could lead some content creators outside of Russia (especially LGBTQ+ individuals) who are unable to comply with the new law to be blocked.

More News:

  • The Senate rejected a measure that would have given President Temer the protection of having to be charged twice.

The first time he is accused, after which members of Congress can vote on whether or not they want him impeached for charges of corruption.

Many senators were unhappy about granting such job security to a president who has been implicated in numerous illegal dealings and investigations from his term so far.

  • Numerous Brazilian politicians are also being investigated by authorities because it was revealed during testimony at the Supreme Court last week that construction company executives bribed them with millions and millions of dollars worth of contracts in exchange for political favors.

This means Trump’s impeachment could open up an opportunity for Brazilians like Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva, one of the most popular politicians in Brazil to run for office.

The world is a big place with lots of opportunities and dangers. It’s important to stay informed about what’s happening around the globe in order to protect your interests, wherever you are located on this planet.

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