Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro ordered the armed forces to be involved for the third time in the protection of the Amazon basin from deforestation and other man-caused calamities.
A total of 32 countries began conducting military exercises in the Black Sea Monday, despite sharp criticism from Russia. The US and Ukraine are leading the “Sea Breeze” drills. They are scheduled to last for two weeks, according to the US military.
US President Joseph Biden Monday telephoned his Colombian colleague Iván Duque in what the first direct talk between the two leaders since the 78-year-old Democrat took office on January 20.1
The United States is now the best country to be during the coronavirus pandemic while Argentina is the worst option, according to a list of 53 nations reviewed by economy media outlet Bloomberg released Monday.
The developers of the building which collapsed last week in Southern Florida were under investigation for allegedly bribing local officials to get the permit to build the condominium which has left around 10 people confirmed dead plus some 150 others yet unaccounted for.
The Government of Brazil Monday announced the occurrence of the first two deaths due to the coronavirus Delta variant.
Brazil's Mines and Energy Minister Bento Albuquerque Monday launched an appeal for “conscious” use of water and energy in a televised message during which he admitted the seriousness of the current drought and its impact on the production and distribution of electricity.
Spain has become the fourth European country where terminally ill patient can seek an assisted suicide treatment – or euthanasia- to put an end to their suffering.
World Health Organization (WHO) officials have urged even fully vaccinated people to continue wearing masks and to keep taking other measures to prevent infection.
US carrier Eastern Airlines, which started the nonstop Miami-Montevideo route just last week, has announced that as of July it will be lifting flights to Guayaquil until further notice.