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London - Police in London have arrested 135 anti-climate change activists, police said in a statement on Monday.
This comes as Extensions Republic has launched two weeks of peaceful civil disobedience to call for urgent government action to reduce carbon emissions.
Pictures circulated showed activists blocking a bridge and several roads, as protests spread.
Earlier on Saturday, London police said they had arrested 10 activists claiming to fight climate change before a new wave of protests.
In addition, Extensions Republion organized an 11-day protest in London last April, which affected public transport and roads in the city.
On Thursday, anti-climate change activists used a fire truck to spray red paint on the front of the British Treasury in an attempt to draw attention to what they say is the government's failure to stave off a climate catastrophe.
Toyota recently showcased the latest HILUX model that is loved by millions of pickup enthusiasts around the world
The HILUX 2020 received several modifications including body design and front and rear facades, and featured distinctive headlamps and new modified shock absorbers.
The cockpit comes with comfortable seats for 5 passengers and is equipped with an advanced steering interface with touch screen capable of communicating with Android and iOS devices, as well as an advanced steering wheel with buttons to control audio and
HILUX has 18-inch wheels, a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine and a tart-stop feature that reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions when parking signals or during traffic congestion.
The price of this car in the Gulf countries and some Arab countries to 36.5 thousand dollars.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Russia, the world's second largest arms exporter, would implement contracts to supply weapons to Iraq.
The Russian Foreign Minister said after his meeting with his Iraqi counterpart in Baghdad: "We share the opinion on the need to implement the decisions of the Intergovernmental Committee for Trade and Economic Cooperation, held in April, and we will implement
contracts to supply military products to Iraq."
The second round of the group stage of the Champions League saw a remarkable brilliance for the Arab stars in the tournament, who represented a milestone for their clubs Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
Moroccan defender Achraf Hakimi impressed brilliantly with Borussia Dortmund and scored twice against Slavia Prague in the latter's stadium.
Hakimi set off by the middle of the stadium, dribbling all the defenders of Slavia Prague as well as the goalkeeper, before scoring the roof of the goal.
Despite his position at right-back, Hakimi's high fitness and offensive tendency helped him achieve an important victory for Dortmund in the "Death Group", which also includes Inter Milan and Barcelona.
Moroccan star Hakim Ziach did not wait long before he made his mark at Ajax Amsterdam against Valencia.
Ziach scored the match's undisputed goal when he fired from a long distance into the top of Valencia just eight minutes into the game.
Despite Manchester City's "constellation" of stars, Algerian midfielder Riad Mehrez has established himself as a valuable player in Josep Guardiola's squad.
Statistics sites such as "Ho Scord" chose the Algerian star of the match, during the meeting "Citizens" against Dinamo Zagreb, Croatia, who contributed a decisive pass behind the game in favor of the English score of 2-0.
There is no week to go without Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, and as usual, contributed to the victory of his team Liverpool "dramatic" against Austrian Red Bull Salzburg.
Liverpool defeated Salzburg 4-3 at Stubborn, and Salah played a major role in the precious win, scoring the third and fourth goals.
Source Sky News
Joe Biden, the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination, has vowed to defeat Republican President Donald Trump in next year's election.
Biden said on Wednesday: "Let me clarify something to Trump and his men hired and special interests who finance his attacks against me .. I will not withdraw .. You will not destroy me, will not destroy my family."
Biden accused President Trump of abuse of power. He said the US president's accusations against him and his son Hunter were "fired because he is as scared as any authoritarian and bullying in history ... He is afraid of the harsh defeat that I will inflict on him in November."
The mutual attack came after Trump strongly denounced via a series of tweets, and then at a press conference, an investigation into his isolation related to a telephone call he made in June with his Ukrainian counterpart in which he asked to investigate Biden and his son Hunter, who served on the board of a Ukrainian company when his father was a deputy. For President Obama.
Democrats accused Trump of putting pressure on a US ally (Ukraine) to intervene in the 2020 presidential election for his own political advantage.
The current president of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernandez, has received millions of dollars in bribes from drug traffickers, including Mexican cartel leader El Chapo, a federal prosecutor said in New York.
"The defendant was protected by the current president of Honduras, who received millions of dollars of drug traffickers, including Joaquin Guzmán al-Chapo," the prosecutor said Wednesday at the start of a trial of one of Honduras' brothers for drug trafficking.
Assistant Attorney General Jason Richman said on the first day of the trial of Juan Antonio Toni Hernandez Alvarado that El Chapo "handed over one million dollars to the accused to be transferred to his brother (President of Honduras)."
The president of Honduras wrote in a tweet on "Twitter" in response to the statements of the US federal prosecutor, that the accusations "are 100 percent false and absurd and ridiculous." "It's less serious than Alyssa's stories in Wonderland."
In a document published in August, the indictment confirmed that an unidentified drug smuggler from Honduras contributed $ 1.5 million to the election campaign of the current Honduran president in 2013.
The bulk of the money seems to have been paid to local politicians to support Hernandez, then president of parliament.
US President Donald Trump has betrayed his body language this time by infuriating his Finnish guest, who is clearly disturbed by the cameras in the White House.
Trump tried to "break the ice" during a meeting with his guest, Finland's President, Sauli Niinisto, by patting on his knee, as a signal to shorten the distance between the two claims, but the reaction of Niinisto was decisive and frank, and he took away Trump's hand from his leg in a quick move!
Activists across the Internet scoffed at Trump, one wrote: "I think we can add the president of Finland to the list of people Trump touched without consent," while another noted that "raising Trump on the president's knee is totally disrespectful in Finnish culture." .
But this is not the first time Trump has drawn attention to his body language or the way he shook hands with world leaders.
Trump's gestures have become the focus of the observers' attention to reveal their connotations.
She also described his handshake with former British Prime Minister Theresa May as "eccentric" and his handshake with British Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as "convulsive." His safety for Japan's prime minister, Shinzo Abe, was long and friendly with laughter.
Observers certainly did not forget the scene when Trump took the "crust" off the jacket of French President Emmanuel Macron during his visit to the United States in April last year.
Psychologists say, according to the BBC, that "Trump has a distinct body language, so that some of his gestures at all unfamiliar, and experts believe that he trained through the fine arts such as acting."
Psychology calls this kind of body language, many gestures, "double encryption," in other words, the receipt of the message is carried out through the channels of pronunciation and consideration simultaneously, making it more syndrome.
Source: RT + Agencies