Euronews Today | The keys to the day in 20 minutes with the presentation of Juan Carlos de Santos. Here is some of the news: The far right wins in the Netherlands. The truce in Gaza is postponed until Friday. Russia lost more than 1,100 men in just one day, according to kyiv.
At Euronews Today we present to you from Madrid the news for this Thursday, November 23.
The extreme right wins in the Netherlands
We open our news with the elections in the Netherlands, and the unexpected victory of the far-right party of the Islamophobic and eurosceptic Geert Wilders. The first thing he has promised is to limit the “tsunami” of asylum applications that he says the country is experiencing. The results give it 37 seats, but they are not enough. They give it priority but it has to negotiate with the other groups to form a government.
Gaza truce postponed until Friday
In Gaza, the truce and the exchange of hostages for prisoners that had been agreed upon by Israel and Hamas are delayed, at least until this Friday. The UN has reported new attacks on hospitals and evacuations pending the long-awaited pause. Precisely, the President of the Government of Spain is in Israel where he has pointed out to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the fight against terrorism cannot be done by force alone.
Russia lost more than 1,100 men in just one day, according to kyiv
While in Ukraine, kyiv says Russia lost more than 1,100 men and 20 tanks in just one day. Already more than 320,000 soldiers have been lost by Russian forces. President Putin described what is happening in Ukraine as a tragedyat a time when he was also talking about the military operation in Gaza.
Debate on the amnesty law
In Spain they are waiting for the evaluation of the European Commission on the text of the Amnesty Law that was debated in Parliament this Wednesday. Let’s go with other headlines of the day.
A feast at the zoo
In it NO COMMENT Today you will see the Thanksgiving feast given to the lemurs at the Brookfield Zoo in the United States.
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