US Secretary of State Antony Blinken Wednesday arrived in Bogotá for a 2-day official visit to Colombia, during which he was to discuss bilateral issues with local authorities.Add your comment!
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and world-leading entrepreneur Bill Gates Tuesday announced a Clean Energy Partnership worth about 400 million pounds sterling (more than US $ 550 million), according to a 10 Downing St. statement.Add your comment!
Former US Secretary of State Colin Powell, the first African American ever to hold that position, died Monday of complications following a COVID-19 diagnosis. He was 84.Add your comment!
The Venezuelan government walked out of negotiations with the opposition following on the extradition of Colombian businessman Alex Saab from Cape Verde to the United States where he faces trial on money laundering and corruption.Add your comment!
The United States is returning to the United Nations Human Rights Council next January, after having withdrawn in 2018 under the Donald Trump administration. Washington secured 168 votes, far more than the simple majority of 97 required and will sit for the next three years.Add your comment!
The United States Federal Reserve is expected to begin cutting on emergency support for the US economy in mid-December at the latest, if not even in mid-November, according to the minutes from September's meeting released this week.Add your comment!
US workers are quitting their jobs in an unprecedented manner, making things harder for employers to fill vacancies, it was reported Tuesday.1 comment
US carrier Southwest Airlines cancelled a large number of flights over the weekend citing weather conditions and air traffic control (ATC) disruptions. Both company and pilot unions denied the events were related to mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations.
By Julianne Geiger for Oilprice.com - The Unite States Department of Energy is walking back previous comments that it was considering a release of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and a ban on crude oil exports, Bloomberg’s Javier Blas reported on Twitter.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said his country had suffered relatively little going through the COVID-19 pandemic and wondered why don't they call [US President Joseph] Biden genocidal?