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Yamily Habib

Yamily Habib
I cover national and international politics from a Latino perspective.

A fanatic of history and political analysis, I now dedicate myself to giving news platforms the historical background they so desperately need. Art historian, visual anthropologist and philosopher living in France, I found in AL DÍA News the space to put political reality in context from a new perspective. When I am not writing, I dedicate my time to discovering the Latin American musical avant-garde, far from the reggeton and stereotyped tendencies. Proudly Venezuelan, in diaspora.

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Kavanaugh will make his debut in the Supreme Court with a case that will determine the future of thousands of immigrants

 10/08/2018 - 14:11
Stock photo showing several men being taken from a bus to a deportation gate on the US-Mexico border in 2015. Photo by David Maung.

The case known as Nielsen vs. Preap will determine the future of thousands of immigrants detained and under deportation proceedings. The debate will start in the Supreme Court next Wednesday.

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Kavanaugh se estrena en la Corte Suprema con un caso que determinará el futuro de miles de inmigrantes

 10/08/2018 - 13:57
Foto de archivo que muestra a varios hombres siendo llevados de un autobús a una puerta de deportación en la frontera de EE.UU.-México en 2015. Foto por David Maung.

El caso conocido como Nielsen vs. Preap determinará el futuro de miles de inmigrantes detenidos y bajo procedimientos de deportación, y se empezará a debatir en la Corte Suprema el próximo día miércoles.

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Five things we learned from the Kavanaugh disaster

 10/08/2018 - 12:42
U.S. President Donald J. Trump (R) Announces Federal Appeals Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh (L) as his candidate to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., on July 9, 2018. EFE/EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS.

After the preliminary vote on Friday, there was little doubt that the presidential nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, would be confirmed during Saturday's vote in the Senate. The Republican victory has left the country exhausted, but the draining process has also revealed to the nation a few important things to keep in mind.

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Cinco cosas que aprendimos del desastre Kavanaugh

 10/08/2018 - 12:25
El presidente de los Estados Unidos, Donald J. Trump (D), anuncia al juez del tribunal de apelaciones federal Brett Kavanaugh (Izq) como su candidato para reemplazar al juez de la Corte Suprema Anthony Kennedy, en la Sala Este de la Casa Blanca en Washington, D.C., el 9 de julio de 2018. EFE/EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS.

Después del voto preliminar del día viernes, quedaban pocas dudas de que el nominado presidencial a la Corte Suprema, el juez Brett Kavanaugh, sería confirmado durante la votación del sábado en el Senado. La victoria republicana ha dejado al país agotado pero con cosas importantes que hay que tener en mente.

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The 'Trump effect' reaches Brazil

 10/08/2018 - 11:04
Supporters of presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro of the Social Liberal Party (PSL) meet on Sunday, September 30, 2018 on Avenida Paulista in Sao Paulo (Brazil). Followers participated in an act of support for the far-right Bolsonaro, leader in the polls for the presidential elections in October in Brazil. EFE/Sebastião Moreira.

A new despotism, racism, homophobia, and a war against political correctness are all part of the presidential campaign of Jair Messias Bolsonaro, a former military officer who has garnered the necessary votes to reach the final stretch of the presidential elections in Brazil. The parallels with the U.S. president are such that the international community can’t help but draw a cause-and-effect relationship.

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El Efecto Trump llega a Brasil

 10/08/2018 - 10:48
Simpatizantes del candidato presidencial Jair Bolsonaro del Partido Social Liberal (PSL) se reúnen el domingo 30 de septiembre de 2018 en la avenida Paulista, en Sao Paulo (Brasil). Seguidores participaron en un acto de apoyo al ultraderechista Bolsonaro, líder en los sondeos para las elecciones presidenciales de octubre en Brasil. EFE/Sebastião Moreira

El despotismo, la guerra contra la corrección política, el racismo y la homofobia son parte de la campaña presidencial de Jair Messias Bolsonaro, un ex militar que se ha hecho con los votos para llegar a la recta final de las presidenciales en Brasil. Los paralelismos con el presidente estadounidense son tales, que la comunidad internacional no puede sino dibujar una relación causa-efecto.

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