Summary of headlines broadcast this Sunday, January 23, by the International service

MADRID, 23 (EUROPEAN PRESS)

This is a summary of the headlines broadcast this Sunday, January 22, by the news service Internacional de Europa Press:

Ukraine .- Britain accuses Russia of trying to set up a related regime in Ukraine

The Russian Foreign Ministry has urged Britain to “stop provocations” and stop spreading “nonsense”, in its first reaction to Britain’s accusations.

Ukraine.- Britain accuses Russia of trying to establish a related regime in Ukraine

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that he will instruct Defense Secretary Ben Wallace to travel to Moscow and meet his Russian counterpart.

Yemen.- UNICEF warns of deaths of 17 boys and girls so far this year in Yemen

UNICEF for the Middle East and North Africa warned this Saturday of the deaths of 17 boys and girls so far this year in Yemen, nearly double the number recorded last December.

USA/Honduras.- The US Embassy in Honduras calls for calm and dialogue after disagreements in Congress

The United States Embassy in Honduras has called this Saturday for calm and dialogue following the inauguration of a new Congress amid shouts, beatings and accusations of treason against the president-elect, Xiomara Castro, after twenty deputies from his creation, Partido Libertad y Refundacion (Libre), have voted Jorge Cálix became interim president of the chamber, thereby violating a pact reached with his partner, the Salvador Honduras Party (PSH).

Mexico.- Mexican police intercept 65 migrants crammed into a trailer

Sixty-five migrants were intercepted this Saturday by Mexican authorities as they huddled in a trailer traveling on the highway linking the cities of Matehuala and Monterrey.

Venezuela.- Two Colombian militia members killed in confrontation with Venezuelan National Guard

Two members of the TANCOL group have died, and five of them were arrested, this Friday in the Venezuelan city of Santa Lucía, following a confrontation with Bolivarian National Guard agents who managed to locate the area where the subject was hiding.

Guinea.- The leader of the Guinean junta appoints the members of the National Transitional Council

The leader of Guinea’s military junta, Mamady Doumbouya, has appointed the 81-member National Transitional Council (CNT) chaired by Dansa Kourouma, who must make laws during the transition period, which began on September 5 after the coup that toppled former president Alpha Konde.

UK.- A former Secretary of State of the British Government condemns having been removed from his position for being Muslim

Conservative deputy Nusrat Ghani accused this Saturday a senior party official of his party had fired him from his position at the Ministry of Transport during renovations adopted by the Boris Johnson Government in February 2020 because of his religious beliefs.

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