Today in the world: in Venezuela, ready to negotiate with the United States; and the new president of Ukraine would be prevented to dissolve Rada

In Venezuela, ready to negotiate with the United States

Venezuelan authorities are ready to begin the negotiation process with their American counterparts to discuss bilateral relations. This was stated by the Foreign Minister of the Bolivian Republic, Jorge Areas. “The time has come for diplomacy. We are ready to sit at the negotiating table,” he said.

But the foreign minister also noted that “the United States was defeated in its actions against Venezuela.” At the same time, Jorge Areas said that “the Venezuelan government is inclined to establish mechanisms for dialogue with the American administration.”

Since this January, there are street protests and rallies across the country against President Maduro. The Venezuela opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, has declared himself the interim president and the United States and some European countries recognized him as the legitimate head of state.

Algerians Protest 13th Friday in a Row

Algerians from 29 out of 48 wilayets (regions) of Algeria, despite Ramadan, protest 13th Friday in a Row Demanding “Clean” Government.

In the southern regions of the country, it was decided to postpone the demonstration for the evening, as the daytime temperature reached 350C.

In the capital, it is unknown the exact number of protesters, but, according to unofficial data, this Friday, there were no less than in previous demonstrations – hundreds of thousands.

– They want to destroy us, but they will not succeed, by the will of God! – Omar, one of protesters, says. – We told them that they were all cleaned, which means – all of them! We are not afraid of their revenge. We want to choose those who represent us.

In some areas, clashes with law enforcement forces occurred. The police used tear gas. But, in general, the action ended peacefully. Due to the hot weather, 10 participants of demonstrations appealed to for medical aid.

Matteo Salvini unites euroskeptics

“The euroskeptics, from my point of view, are those who govern Europe now,” Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said, adding that he wanted to return to “pre-Maastricht rules” when there were no limits on borrowing.

League party leader Salvini is staging a rally on Saturday of nationalist and far-right movements, looking to forge an alliance of euroskeptic groups that can shape policy-making across the 28-nation European Union.

“Eurosceptics are those who are now leading Europe. Anti-Europeans are Socialists and People’s party. For many Europeans, the European Union is a nightmare,” he told reporters after the leaders of some of Europe’s far-right parties met in Milan to form an alliance called “Towards a Europe of Common Sense.”

Populists from 11 European countries, including France’s Marine Le Pen staged a joint rally in Italy, setting their sights on gaining more power.

“For the first time, 11 parties will come to Italy to sign an agreement that will help create a new Europe. We are united by two topics – protection of borders and creation of new jobs,” Salvini said.

Hungarian Prime Minister and leader of Fidesz party, Viktor Orban, will not come to Milan, according to media.

Zelensky would be prevented to dissolve Rada

Ukraine’s ruling coalition broke up Friday after the People’s Front party quit outgoing President Petro Poroshenko’s faction, potentially paving the way for incoming President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to call a snap election. “We declare our withdrawal from the current coalition, the cessation of its activities and the initiative to form a new coalition with a new agenda,” Andriy Parubiy, Verkhovna Rada Speaker and the People’s Front faction member, told parliament.

Parliament now has one month to form a new coalition or else the president can dissolve parliament and call snap parliamentary elections.

And in a dramatic move last week, the Rada announced the collapse of the ruling parliamentary coalition. According to parliamentary rules, the Rada can’t be dissolved for 30 days after the governing coalition has been disbanded. Since last month’s election, Zelenskiy’s opponents in the Rada sought to put off the inauguration (May 20) close to the May 27 deadline by which the parliament can be dissolved.

Zelenskiy’s supporters argue that the Rada’s actions are legally void because the coalition had long ceased to exist, at least, for past three years and that the Ukrainian Constitution, unlike the Rada regulations, doesn’t contain such a rule.

Samsung announces Tokyo 2020 Olympics edition Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy Buds wireless headphones

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games Edition announced to commemorate Tokyo 2020 Olympics, custom Galaxy Buds also unveiled.

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games Edition features the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 logo engraved on the phone’s back panel, alongside the carrier Docomo’s logo. The retail package of the Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games Edition will also come with custom Galaxy Buds whose charging case will also feature the Tokyo Olympics logo on the lid.

Announced in partnership with telecom operator NTT Docomo, the Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games Edition is based on the flagship’s Prism White variant and will be sold in limited numbers only through NTT Docomo’s online sales channel. The retail box of the Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games Edition will also come with special edition Galaxy Buds.

As per NTT Docomo’s product page, the Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games Edition’s pre-orders are now live exclusively from Docomo’s online shop. Samsung will reportedly make only 10,000 units of the limited edition phone commemorating the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. The sale of the product will start at some point in July. The phone costs around $1,000 in local currency.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games Edition’s internal hardware is identical to the standard Samsung Galaxy S10+, which includes a 6.4-inch QHD+ Curved AMOLED display with the Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 powering the phone paired with 8GB of RAM. The camera hardware includes a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens. The selfies are handled by a pair of 8-megapixel RGB depth sensor coupled with a 10-megapixel sensor with an f/1.9 auto-focus lens. The internal storage on the Samsung Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games Edition will be 128GB while it draws power from a 4,000mAh battery. It can be charged via Wireless PowerShare.

Movie theater in Switzerland has beds instead of seats

A movie theater that has double beds just opened in Switzerland inside Cinema Pathé in the northwesterly municipality of Spreitenbach near the Swiss-German border, 20 Minuten reports it.

The unique cinema is bound to feature 11 beds with adjustable headrests, grey and beige sheets, and two pillows. There are even bedside tables to make the experience as home-like and chill as possible. The cinema even offers slippers to enhance the experience for you.

For those worrying about the hygiene, Venanzio Di Bacco, the CEO of Pathé Switzerland, told the media that the sheets will be changed between every single film.

A VIP ticket costs 49 francs (around $48.50) and includes free food and a drink,