WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been granted permission to get married by UK prison authorities, his fiancee announced Friday. The 50-year-old Australian national is in custody in Britain, pending a court decision on a request for his extradition from the United States.
British aviation businessman David Henderson, who organized the private flight from Nantes to Cardiff resulting in the death of Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after being found guilty of “endangering the safety of the aircraft.”
Former Argentine Army officer Carlos Cialceta, prosecuted for a crime against humanity committed in 1976, has been captured in the city of Salta during a Gendarmería Nacional (Border Guard) raid. The fugitive was hiding in a closet.
The Government of Upper Austria plans to impose a full lockdown on the region's unvaccinated as of next Monday, despite doubts that this is the right approach at the growing number of COVID-19 infections, it was reported.
The opposition Together for a Change (JxC) coalition candidates have summed up their proposals for Sunday's mid-term elections with the 2023 presidential contest insight.
A group of countries and territories led by Denmark and Costa Rica have decided to join forces with regards to a world free from fossil fuels in compliance with the 2015 Paris Agreement under a group named “the Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance (BOGA).”
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Thursday assured his Government had listened to the demands of the people after the Mandatory, Simultaneous and Open Primary (PASO) elections in September and taken the necessary steps to deserve the popular support Sunday.
Former Lava Jato judge Sergio Moro took most of President Jair Bolsonaro's verbal flak Thursday as the head of state launched a social program devised to bring some relief to the population most affected by the economic crisis.
The recent murders of 46 people in the last 72 hours all across El Salvador have led President Nayib Bukele to summon the army to assist the national police in patrolling the most violent areas.
The Presidents of China, Xi Jinping, and of the United States, Joseph Biden, are to hold a virtual Summit this coming Monday to discuss bilateral issues, particularly the case of Taiwan, an independent country still considered a rogue province by the Asian giant.