Organizers of the traditional Wimbledon tennis tournament have announced players of Russian and Belarusian citizenship will be banned from entering in view of current events in Ukraine.
Last Friday, Good Friday for Christians is when the mourning of the crucifixion of Jesus and this Sunday, Easter resurrection. This year the calendar also marked on Friday the eve of Pesach, commonly called Passover, for the Jewish people, which commemorates the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt and the end of their slavery. Likewise for Muslims, Friday, within the month of Ramadan, (April 2/May 2) is their weekly holiday.
Colombia's football legend Freddy Rincón died early Thursday morning at the Cali clinic where he had been taking earlier this week following a car accident. He was 55.
Pobjoy Mint has announced the release of a brand new produced on behalf of the Falkland Islands Government, as this year marks the 40th anniversary of the liberation of the Islands.
April 2022 marks the 40th anniversary of the outbreak of the Falklands War, a 74-day conflict fought over the Falkland Islands. Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust is commemorating this anniversary through a photographic exhibition and gallery display.
The National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire, has opened a new free exhibition featuring frontline sketches of the Falklands War by Linda Kitson who was appointed as the official war artist by the Imperial War Museum.
Britain's Royal Marines Charity has set a challenge for its supporters, wherever they are in the world, to run, walk or cycle 5.6 miles in June to mark 40 years since the liberation of the Falkland Islands and raise money.
The Office of the Mayor of the Colombian city of Medellín has launched a most unusual campaign on social media to rid masturbation from the moral prejudices surrounding it.
The Falkland Islands celebrated last Saturday, March 12th, Multicultural Day, with massive participation from the different communities who participated in the event with a display of dance, music, food.
Former World Tennis top player Novak Djokovic hops from nad news to worse after announcing he would not take part in the upcoming tournaments in Miami and Indian Wells because he is not to be allowed into the United States due to his refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19.