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Today’s latest international news Thursday, January 13



The latest news today, in the best headlines of the day that ABC makes available to all users. All the last hours of Thursday, January 13 with a complete summary that you cannot miss:

International Energy Agency accuses Russia of “strangling” gas supply to Europe

In a key week for the future of relations between the West and Russia regarding Ukraine, the head of the International Energy Agency (IEA) has put on the table the deliberate cut in the supply of gas to Europe, for political reasons, by Moscow.

Wendy Sherman, the toughest negotiator in the White House, stands up to Russia

The proof that the White House believes it can prevent a new war in Ukraine at the expense of the Kremlin is that it has sent Europe to negotiate Wendy Sherman.

Seasoned in a thousand battles, this tough 72-year-old diplomat, little given to subtleties and unnecessary smiles, is a born graduate. Ask any American diplomat about Sherman and he will tell you ‘ipso facto’ that he was enormously negotiating with North Korea during the Clinton years and with Iran during the Obama years.

Chancellor Scholz is left alone in his first goal: the mandatory vaccine

Someone may still be wondering who the Chancellor of post-Merkel Germany is, who has maintained an exceptionally low profile since taking office. Olaf Scholz He is, moreover, the man who was riddled with questions this Wednesday in the first parliamentary control session, in which the fragility of his leadership was evident. Scholz was left alone defending the mandatory vaccine, his first initiative, which he hoped to see approved in February and whose future is now up in the air.

Pressure grows on Johnson to participate in a party in full lockdown

The waters are choppy again at Westminster. Boris Johnson yes he attended on May 20, 2020 to a fiesta in the gardens of his official residence in Downing Street to which about a hundred people were invited, as he himself confirmed this Wednesday during a tense appearance in the House of Commons, in which in addition to acknowledging that he participated in the celebration for only “20 minutes”, he asked for a “heartfelt” apologies to the population. Of course, not without first clarifying that he believed that it was a “work” event and that it was when he came down to say hello that he realized that it was not like that. Later, a spokesman for number 10 told reporters that the prime minister “did not see the email” with the summons, so he was not aware of the festive nature of the mass meeting.

Díaz-Canel met in Managua with an alleged Iranian ‘terrorist’ wanted by Interpol

During the inauguration of Daniel Ortega and his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo, the dictator Miguel Díaz-Canel held a meeting with Mohsén Rezaí, Vice President for Economic Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, accused by the Argentine courts of being responsible for a 1994 terrorist attack against the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association (AMIA). The presence of Rezaí at the inauguration of the regime produced “energetic protests” in Argentina, whose Foreign Ministry condemned the presence of the “terrorist.”

Pedro Rodríguez: The mud and Ukraine

One of the fundamental principles of the international liberal order – built on the defeat of fascism and Nazism but challenged by an increasingly atrocious geopolitics – has been respect for borders. Especially in the Old Continent, so marked by the scars of its violent history. Yet Vladimir Putin’s obsession with making Russia great again is posing a disturbing return to the contemporary world’s darker past: is it possible to forcibly alter borders in the 21st century?

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