Argentine President Alberto Fernández Friday thanked former Spanish Prime Ministers for their support to resuming dialogue with the United Kingdom over the Falklands / Malvinas issue.
Tennis' number one player Novak Djokovic faces deportation yet again from Australia after his visa was revoked for a second time after a judge had allowed him to enter the country despite not being vaccinated against COVID-19, which is mandatory for all foreigners wishing to enter the country.
The MI5, Britain's domestic intelligence service, has warned MPs that a Chinese agent by the name of Christine Ching Kui Lee has infiltrated Westminster to interfere in UK politics. Beijing has denied the accusations.
The Supreme Court of The United States Thursday ruled by 6 votes to 3 against President Joseph Biden's vaccine mandates for businesses with 100 employees or more.
Chile's President Sebastián Piñera Thursday signed into law the Arms Control Bill after nearly 14 years of Parliamentary debate. The new norm regulates the possession, trafficking, and use of firearms in a more strict manner.
President Jair Bolsonaro represents a threat to Brazilian democracy, according to Lawyer Maria Laura Canineu, head of the NGO Human Rights Watch (HRW) local office.
Colombian President Iván Duque Thursday met with his Peruvian counterpart Pedro Castillo Terrones at Villa de Leyva (165 kilometers north of Bogotá) to discuss the economic reactivation of the mutual border, as well as environmental issues and security matters.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has ventured this week that repeated booster doses of vaccine risked overloading people's immune systems and was not a sustainable strategy.
A US court has sentenced the former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and several of its leaders to pay US $ 36 million for the kidnapping of politician Ingrid Betancourt, it was announced Thursday.
Queen Elizabeth has decided to strip Prince Andrew of all of the royal offices and honorary military titles to have him face charges as a private citizen in the saga of the Jeffrey Epstein scandal in New York City.