The Government of the United States Monday reopened the country's land and air borders Monday to foreign visitors who are vaccinated against COVID-19.
All seven health care professionals who were treating Argentine football legend Diego Armando Maradona when he underwent surgery and eventually died have been charged with malpractice and other crimes by a San Isidro (Greater Buenos Aires) court Monday.
Former US President Barack Obama Monday protested the world was “too far” from the goals set at the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate action. “We are nowhere near where we should be,” Obama told the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), in Glasgow, Scotland.
After securing new units as replacements, Brazil's Federal Police last week announced the donation of two Bell 412EP helicopters to Paraguay. The two units were built in 1995 and delivered straight to Brazil.
Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk is now compelled to sell 10% of his holdings after 57.9% of Twitter users voted in favor of it, which has already had a negative impact on Frankfurt's trading table.
Health Ministers of jurisdictions other than the federal government have lined up together behind their national colleague Carla Vizzotti after the latter was accused of lying when she recommended vaccinating children aged 3 to 11 with Sinopharm.
When voting closed at 6 pm local time Sunday, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega was expecting confirmation of his reelection following a low turnout for the elections in which every likely opponent was either jailed or in exile, it was reported from Managua.
The Argentine government has issued Decree 754/2021 which lowers fisheries export taxes, particularly referred to hake, shrimp and squid as long as they are processed in the country including added value, to the benefit of Argentine industry and labor.
Paraguay and Brazil have exchanged reverse notes on the creation of the Itaipu Binational Accounts Commission last week during an official visit from Foreign Minister Euclides Acevedo to Brasilia, it was announced.
The Royal Navy Type 21 Association will be represented both nationally and internationally on Remembrance Sunday with the laying of poppy wreaths bearing the Type 21 Association Crest in Remembrance of all those that lost their lives whilst serving on Type 21 ships, and all those that lost their lives in the service of their country in war and peace.