More than 750 handmade antipersonnel mines were found in the Amazonian province of Sucumbios, bordering Colombia. The finding in charge of the Ecuadorian military was reported Thursday by the Joint Command of the Armed Forces.
U.S. President Joseph Biden will pardon all those federally convicted of marijuana possession through an executive order, the White House announced Thursday. Sending people to prison simply for possessing marijuana has affected too many lives and has meant that there are people incarcerated for conduct that is legal in many states, Biden said in a video to announce the decision.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva will be endorsed by Sunday's third-place finisher Simone Tebet of the Movement of Brazilian Democracy (MDB) for Oct. 30's runoff against the incumbent Jait Bolsonaro, it was announced Wednesday.
Following last week's figures from Argentina's National Institute of Statistics and Census (Indec) pointing out that 50% of the country's children under 15 lived in poverty, researcher Agustín Salvia said the data were “in line with what was expected.”
Just two days after launching an intermediate-range missile that triggered alarms in Japan, North Korea fired two more short-range ballistic missiles into the Pacific Ocean Thursday.
The new government of Liz Truss is focusing in long-term gas deals with Norway, Qatar and other countries, as energy supply has become the priority of the United Kingdom and ensuring heating and lights this winter.
Russia’s grain harvest is set to grow by some five million tons annually because of the recent incorporation of four Russian-majority Ukrainian territories, Agriculture Minister Dmitry Patrushev said this week.
Members of Argentina's INIDEP, the Fisheries Research and Development Institute, are working in Puerto Madryn to determine the cause of the sudden increase in the death of the Southern right whale, with dead corpses along the coast of the Valdes Peninsula, a mating and rest place for the migrating cetaceans.
Caroline R. Bertozzi and Barry Sharpless of the United States have been awarded the 2022 Chemistry Nobel Prize together with Denmark's Morten Meldal for making difficult things easy, it was announced.
The price of gas at pumps for drivers worldwide might soon go up once again after OPEC+ countries at a meeting in Vienna agreed on to deepest production cut since the Covid-19 pandemic.