US announces limited sanctions relief on Venezuela

Published on : 05/18/2022 – 00:05 The day after the lifting of certain sanctions against Cuba, Washington announced on Tuesday an easing of sanctions against Venezuela, in particular concerning a “limited exemption” granted to the American oil group Chevron within the framework of the embargo. This gesture comes ahead of the Summit of the Americas … Read more

in Pennsylvania, Republican candidates jostle for the midterm election

Published on : 05/17/2022 – 07:18 Voting day in some US states. The campaign for the midterm elections has begun. In Pennsylvania, it’s the primary elections. Members of each party nominate their candidates for the November senatorial elections. Among the Republicans the race is undecided. With our correspondent in the United States, Guillaume Naudin They … Read more

Pennsylvania Republican primary, a high-stakes election

Published on : 05/16/2022 – 11:51 In the United States, the campaign for the November midterm elections has already begun with the primaries to designate the candidates. This week, the political world has its eyes on Pennsylvania. In this state in the northeast of the country, both rural and industrial, Republican voters choose their candidate … Read more

the United States taps into its stocks

The scale of American arms donations to Ukrainians has sharply reduced the United States’ own supplies. Experts warn of a risk of shortage in the event of an increase in conflicts. They warn that it will take time to replace much of this equipment. The amount is colossal. The United States is about to release … Read more

baby milk shortage turns political crisis for Biden

Published on : 05/14/2022 – 04:55 The United States faces a shortage of baby milk powder. And this shortage is turning into a political crisis for Joe Biden. Accused of inaction, the White House claims to do its best, but warns that this powdered milk crisis is likely to last. With our correspondent in Miami, … Read more

on the border between Illinois and Missouri, “pro-life” and “pro-choice” face each other

The Mississippi River cuts the agglomeration of Saint-Louis in two. To the west, on the Missouri side, is the city of Saint-Louis, capital of the blues, founded in 1764 by a French fur trader in memory of Louis IX, overlooked by a majestic arch which symbolizes the door to the west. American. On the other … Read more

US invites ASEAN chiefs to try to counter Chinese influence

Published on : 05/13/2022 – 17:28 US President Joe Biden welcomed Asean leaders to the White House on Thursday, May 12, in a charm operation. For two days, the United States and the leaders of Southeast Asian countries are to discuss ways to strengthen their economic and security relations. The Biden administration wants to show … Read more

US military intelligence to Ukrainians

Published on : 05/12/2022 – 18:56 The United States provides information to the Ukrainian army, but this cooperation is very framed. The objective is to provide the Ukrainians with as much information as possible about Russian troop movements, while avoiding a direct confrontation between the United States and Russia. According to washington postthe Ukrainian authorities … Read more

Elon Musk says he is ready to reinstate Donald Trump on Twitter

Published on : 05/10/2022 – 23:56 Businessman Elon Musk, who will buy Twitter for $44 billion, said on Tuesday he intended to reverse the ban of former US President Donald Trump from the social network. He considers this permanent suspension “morally bad”. Elon Musk has set himself up as a fierce defender of freedom of … Read more

a summary of all the crises of the moment

American consumers are struggling to find many products right now, but the most serious shortage is infant formula. A situation which affects the most fragile and which is due to a multitude of factors, linked both to the pandemic and to inflation, and to a health scandal. “Miami families in despair,” writes the site of … Read more