What goes up must come down and even the unthinkable has happened – Jeff Bezos, founder of e-commerce giant Amazon.com has left his position of CEO as of Monday, it was announced. Bezos will be replaced by Andy Jassy, who for years led Amazon's lucrative division of cloud computing AWS.
Argentine victims of disappearances and child abductions during the military dictatorship between 1976 and 1983 are relying on vaccination efforts to help them find some of their 300 missing grandchildren.
Violence was present over the weekend all across Colombia either as a factor as a subject of debate.
US President Joseph Biden Sunday hosted a party at the White House marking the 245th Anniversary of his country's Declaration of Independence.
Argentina's Chamber of Airlines (JURCA) issued a statement over this weekend, warning that bringing back all travellers banned from reentering the country following a cap of 600 airborne passengers a day might take up to five months.
As Tropical Storm Elsa was approaching the coast of Florida, authorities decided to demolish in a controlled manner what was left of the Champlain Towers South condo building as a precautionary measure.
The Latam group airlines group reported that the Federal Court from the southern district of New York approved the extension of its restructuring plan to September 15, as part of the bankruptcy protection process initiated last year.
Pope Francis was recovering well after undergoing colon surgery Sunday at the Gemelli Polyclinic hospital in Rome, according to the first medical report.
Mapuche leader Elisa Loncón, a Ph.D. in humanities holder from the Dutch University of Leiden, has been chosen Sunday to preside over the Constituent Convention which will re-write Chile's new Fundamental Law to replace the current text from 1980 passed under the military dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet.
Egyptian authorities and Japan's Shoei Kisen Kaisha finally reached an agreement on compensations for Suez canal lost revenues and the cost of salvaging a huge vessel that blocked the crucial waterway linking Asia with Europe.