The United Kingdom's Departments for Transport and of Health and Social Care Thursday issued a joint press release announcing that the seven countries still on the travel red list, all of them from Latin America, would be removed from it shortly.
France's President Emmanuel Macron has opened this week a museum dedicated to one of history's most emblematic cases of antisemitism: “The Dreyfus affair”.
ISIS could launch an attack on US territory any time, according to statements from Undersecretary of Defense Colin Kahl Thursday.
Brazil's Central Bank (BCB) Monetary Policy Committee (Copom) decided once again Wednesday to increase the basic Selic interest rate from 6.25% to 7.75% annually, in what turned out to be the sharpest rise since December 2002, it was announced.
Brazil's much-criticized anti-COVID-19 vaccination drive has already reached 53% of the population with full treatment, while 72% of patients have at least taken the initial dose, according to a health report released Wednesday.
British Airwars has announced the resumption of its direct services between London and Buenos Aires, starting Dec. 1, albeit with a stopover in Sao Paulo, thus increasing the number of weekly seats available between the largest cities in Argentina and Brazil.
The European Union already has 11 electoral experts in Caracas for the upcoming Venezuelan elections. Then the number is to grow to 44 long-term observers while by Nov. 21 -voting day- the team is to surpass 100 members, the Electoral Observation Mission of the European bloc announced Tuesday.
The team headed by Kit Hamley also extended its research into the warrah (Dusicyon australis), an extinct species of fox. The warrah was the only native and terrestrial mammal to reside on the Falkland Islands at the time of European arrival. Subsequent hunting wiped the species out in 1856, making it the first extinct canid in the historic record, Hamley says.
The following piece was published by Phys/Org – Since its first recorded sighting by European explorers in the 1600s, scientists and historians have believed that Europeans were the first people to ever set foot on the Falkland Islands. Findings from a new University of Maine-led study, however, suggests otherwise; that human activity on the islands predates European arrival by centuries.
The UK COP26 Presidency has published a Climate Finance Delivery Plan to provide clarity on when and how developed countries will meet the US$ 100 billion climate finance goal pledged.