More than 300 Brazilians gathered on São Paulo's main commercial thoroughfare on Sunday to protest state Governor João Doria's support for mandatory COVID-19 immunization and testing the potential vaccine developed by China's Sinovac.
Britain on Sunday became the ninth country with more than 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases. According to data compiled by the John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center, as of early Sunday, Britain had 1,014,794 infections and 46,645 deaths.
An American University professor, Allan Lichtman, who correctly predicted the outcome of every US presidential election since 1984 has weighed in on the outcome of the 2020 election, predicting a Joe Biden victory.
Hundreds of demobilized former members of the FARC rebel group marched in Colombia's capital Bogota on Sunday to demand more security, implementation of a 2016 peace deal, and an end to the killings of former combatants.
The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, the crown jewel of Peru's tourist sites, reopened on Sunday with an ancient ritual after a nearly eight-month lockdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations in Brazil, the board members of the body responsible for enforcing the rules have been appointed – and most of them are members of the military.
One-quarter of the global floater (offshore drilling rig) segment could be scrapped. That’s according to Rystad Energy, which outlined that restructuring in the “already stretched” offshore drilling market will accelerate.
Sean Connery, the Scottish-born actor who was the first to utter the famous movie line, “the name's Bond, James Bond” has died. He was 90. His death was confirmed by his family, the BBC reported. Connery, who had been unwell, died overnight in his sleep, while in the Bahamas, said the report.
The World Health Organization chief said late Sunday that he was self-quarantining after someone he had been in contact with tested positive for Covid-19, but stressed he had no symptoms.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended free speech but added that it was not without limits and should not arbitrarily and needlessly hurt certain communities.