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TOP NEWS

COLOMBIA PRESIDENT: Petro assumes as Colombia’s first leftist president

ISRAEL PALESTINIANS: Israel accepts truce in Gaza proposed by Egypt, which awaits Palestinian response

TAIWAN CHINA USA: Last day of Chinese military exercises around Taiwan

— COLOMBIAN PRESIDENT

BOGOTA:

Petro assumes as Colombia’s first leftist president

Colombia begins a new political era this Sunday with the inauguration of Gustavo Petro, the first left-wing president in its history who promises profound transformations in an inequitable country harassed by drug violence.

By Hector Velasco

(Colombia political government, Note central, 800 words – Already broadcast)

PHOTOS, VIDEO

— ISRAEL PALESTINIANS

GAZA, Palestinian Territories:

Israel accepts truce in Gaza proposed by Egypt, which awaits Palestinian response

Israel accepted this Sunday a truce proposed by Egypt in the Gaza Strip, where it is fighting against the Islamic Jihad armed group, which is still negotiating a ceasefire after three days of attacks that have left at least 31 Palestinians dead, including children.

By Sakher ABOU EL OUN with Claire GOUNON in Jerusalem

(Israel Palestinians conflict, Central Note Update, 750 words – Already aired)

PHOTOS, VIDEO, INFOGRAPHIC, LIVE VIDEO

— TAIWAN CHINA USA

BEIJING:

Last day of Chinese military exercises around Taiwan

China concludes this Sunday the largest military maneuvers in its history around Taiwan, an angry response to the visit of the president of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, to the island, which led relations between Beijing and Washington to its lowest point in years.

By Poornima WEERASEKARA with Catherine LAI in Taipei

(China Taiwan US defense diplomacy, Central Note Update, 800 words – Already aired)

PHOTOS, VIDEO, INFOGRAPHICS

BEIJING:

Lessons from the crisis in the Taiwan Strait

Chinese military maneuvers around Taiwan offer an unprecedented look at what a true military campaign by China against its neighbor would look like.

By Poormina WEERASEKARA, with Amber WANG in Taipei

(China Taiwan USA diplomacy defense armed forces, Questions Answers, 700 words – Already broadcast)

OTHER NEWS BY REGION

— AMERICA

AGUJITA, Mexico:

With little progress, “decisive day” ends for the rescue of miners trapped in Mexico

With little progress, the day on Saturday concluded as “decisive” by the president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, for the rescue of 10 miners trapped since Wednesday after the collapse and flooding of a coal deposit in northeastern Mexico, relatives declared.

By Amaranta MARENTES

(Mexico mining accident, Central Note, 750 words – Already broadcast)

PHOTOS, VIDEO, INFOGRAPHICS

BOGOTA:

Bishops of Latin America support their peer held in Nicaragua, silence of Pope Francis

Bishops of the Catholic Church in Latin America reacted to the siege by the authorities on their counterpart from the Diocese of Matagalpa in Nicaragua, Rolando Álvarez, confined in “house by jail”, while Pope Francis refrained from mentioning the issue in his homily of this Sunday.

(Nicaragua political church Vatican police, Focus, 770 words – Already broadcast)

PHOTOS

— EUROPE

KYIV:

Another four freighters with grains sailed from Ukrainian ports

Another four cargo ships with some 170,000 tons of grain set sail this Sunday from the Ukrainian ports of Odessa and Chornomorsk, in the Black Sea, according to the Ukrainian authorities, thanks to a historic agreement to try to alleviate the global food crisis caused by the war.

(Ukraine Russia conflict transportation trade agriculture, Central Note, 600 words – Already aired)

PHOTOS, VIDEO

— ASIAN

CHENNAI, India:

Russia welcomes Dvorkovich’s re-election as president of the International Chess Federation

Former Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich was re-elected president of the International Chess Federation (FIDE) in India on Sunday against a Ukrainian rival, a “very significant victory” for Russia.

(Russia chess Ukraine India sports conflict, Central Note, 550 words – Already aired)

— SOCIETY

GALTUR, Austria:

In the Austrian Alps, the lost memory of melting glaciers

Leaping from rock to rock to cross a stream on Austria’s Jamtal glacier, climatologist Andrea Fischer confesses fears that valuable scientific data will be irreversibly lost as snow and ice disappear.

(Austria climate mountains climbing glacier science, Focus, 650 words – Already aired)

PHOTOS, VIDEO

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