In a country where 24 people have died in clashes with police and some 800 have been injured, Colombian President Iván Duque woke up Wednesday and gave a radio interview during which he addressed this year's Copa America football competition, which his country is to co-host with Argentina, and guaranteed everything will go on as planned.Add your comment!
Despite a Nepalese Health Ministry warning last week that “hospitals have run out of beds,” there is no cancellation of expeditions to Mount Everest insight.Add your comment!
Medical experts appointed by the Office of the Prosecutor investigating the death of Diego Armando Maradona Friday concluded the Argentine football star lacked proper health care assistance and that he might have survived under different conditions.Add your comment!
Spanish football manager Pep Guardiola Sunday became the first manager to win the League Cup in four consecutive seasons when Manchester City beat Tottenham Hotspurs 1-0 in the Carabao Cup final in front of 8,000 fans at Wembley.
British Queen Elizabeth II was born on April 21st, 1926. That means she is turning 95 today. But there will be no public celebrations in the aftermath of her husband, Prince Philip's death last week after 73 years of marriage.
Famous Argentine TV-radio host and former sportscaster Mauro Viale has died in Buenos Aires at the age of 73 due to covid-19 complications, it was reported. He had received the first dose of the vaccine against the Covid-19 coronavirus last week.
By Nicolás Medina (*) - Back in 2009, a young Uruguayan director caught the attention of millions of people from all over the world by broadcasting the short film ¡Ataque de pánico! (Panic attack!)
The Legislative Assembly of the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro (Alert) Tuesday decided to go back on its steps and drop the initiative to rename the iconic Maracana stadium after football legend Pelé.
A new book released in England about Diego Maradona is said to be untrue and his heirs or rights holders of the footballer's bequest have hinted they might sue the publishers.
Charismatic Uruguayan sportscaster Alberto Sonsol passed away Thursday at the age of 63 after a battle with the covid-19 disease that lasted for about three weeks. His son Alejandro posted on social media “Dad doesn't suffer anymore.”