A terrorist attack allegedly perpetrated by a column of the Shining Path group has left at least 18 dead in the Peruvian province of Satipo, in the Junín region, in the jungle Valley of the Apurímac, Ene and Mantaro rivers, it was reported late Monday.
Another hurdle has cropped up for the Argentine Air Force attempt to begin recovering its once might, which succumbed during the Falkland Islands conflict and with obsolescence. In effect, a long list of countries have been most willing to sell supersonic fighter jets to Argentina, but mainly costs and the British arms embargo have conspired.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi said Tuesday before the European Commission in Brussels that he was confident the vaccination “green pass” was to be ready for mid-June so that economic and social activities can restart, including the return of tourists at the beginning of the season.
The 81-year-old William Shakespeare, who made the news back in December 2020 as the first man to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in the United Kingdom, has passed away of non-coronavirus-related causes, it was reported Tuesday.
Barcelona's iconic Sagrada Familia basilica, the unfinished masterpiece of Antoni Gaudi will reopen from May 29 on weekend mornings after closing in October, hoping to benefit from the easing of coronavirus restrictions and expected tourism recovery in Spain.
Health authorities from the Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica Region in the southernmost Patagonian territory reported on Monday 59 new coronavirus contagions, which means the number of active cases in the region stands at 469.
Cuba complained that the Biden administration has continued the policies of former U.S. President Donald Trump against Havana with a decision to maintain a Trump-era determination that it is not fully cooperating in the fight against terrorism.
Dogs can be trained to detect more than 90% of COVID-19 infections even when patients are asymptomatic, according to research published by the London School of Tropical Medicine.
A majority of Republicans still believe Donald Trump won the 2020 presidential election and blame his loss to Joe Biden on illegal voting, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.
UK has spent £3.2 billion (US$ 4.5 billion) on noisy tanks that can’t shoot while moving, according to a Time report. The news comes after critics called on the government to upgrade its “deplorable” armored fleet.