Germany is to nationalize gas giant Uniper to secure energy supplies amid the war in Ukraine. The deal will see the German government take on a 98.5% stake in the firm at a cost of €8.5bn (£7.4bn).
The signs of a recession of the German economy are multiplying, reads the monthly report from the country's central bank, Bundesbank, adding a slump that could last into next year.
Uruguayan Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo Wednesday met with French authorities in Paris before flying on to Berlin, where he will hold talks with his German colleague Annalena Baerbock.
Germany's Consul in Rio de Janeiro Uwe Herbert Hahn has been formally indicted Monday for the August 5 murder of his husband, the Belgian national Walter Henri Maximilien Biot, in the couple's apartment.
Rio de Janeiro Judge Rosa Helena Macedo Guita from the 2nd Criminal Court Friday ordered the release of German Consul Uwe Herbert Hahn from custody after he had been arrested earlier this month in connection with his Belgian husband's death in fudgy circumstances.
British health authorities Monday greenlighted the use of a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine with a new formula designed to fight old strains as well as new variations in what has been dubbed a “bivalent” approach and will be used primarily as a booster for people aged 50 and over starting in the fall.
Germany's Consul in Rio de Janeiro Uwe Herbert Hahn has been arrested over the death of his Belgian husband of 23 years, who fell from his Ipanema apartment after suffering a sudden illness, it was reported.
In July 1942, Nazi Germany ordered the systematic extermination of the Jewish population in the Polish capital of Warsaw. Jews had been confined to the Warsaw Ghetto from November 1940, life was terrible. In the Ghetto to the northwest of the city some 450,000 men, women, and children lived crammed together behind the high walls. Around 100,000 people had died of hunger or disease, or been killed in summary executions. But the worse was to come on 22 July 1942.
Uruguay's appearance at the leading IMEX fair in Frankfurt yielded a very positive balance, according to tourism officials who represented the country at the global event, which is focused on the MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Congresses and Exhibitions) sector.
An Israeli documentary to be released shortly features voice recordings of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann, who was captured by the Mossad in the early 1960s in San Fernando, north of Buenos Aires, Argentina, it was reported.