Argentine Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero Wednesday told attendees at the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles that the Organization of American States (OAS) must never again legitimize destabilization processes in the region.
The Government of the United States Tuesday announced amid the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles a series of measures consisting of basically funding initiatives in Central America to tackle the root causes behind migration.
Two major mass shootings were reported during the weekend in the United States as the country was still recovering emotionally from other killing sprees in the past few days. Preliminary reports mentioned three fatalities in each case, but other people were hospitalized in a critical condition.
Wednesday's shooting spree in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was aimed at Doctor Preston Philips, the physician the attacker blamed for his “ongoing back pain,” it was reported Thursday.
The US Government of President Joseph Biden Wednesday lifted a series of restrictions on flights to and from Cuba stemming from the Donald Trump era, the Transportation Department announced.
Wednesday's death at a US prison of former Cali Cartel capo Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela, aka El Ajedrecista (The Chessman), who used to wage his own war against rival trafficker Pablo Escobar of the Medellín Cartel, has revived stories of the 1980s and 1990s which have been romanticized through the entertainment industry.
At least 5 people died in yet another mass shooting in the United States Wednesday, after a gunman killed four people at a medical center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, before taking his own life.
By Peter Squire, Professor of Criminology & Public Policy, University of Brighton – In the wake of the most recent US mass school shooting in Uvalde School, Texas, where 19 pupils and two teachers were killed by an 18-year-old armed with an assault rifle, a comparison considering how the US compares with other countries on children’s deaths caused by guns is compelling.
Bolivian President Luis Arce Catacora said Friday in Havana that buddies getting together was hardly a Summit, in reference to the US Government's decision not to invite Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba to the regional gathering of heads of state next month in Los Angeles.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones has filed a request before the National Congress to be allowed to leave the country between June 7 and 12 to attend the IX Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, California.