The Constitutional Tribunal from Cape Verde ruled this week that Colombian businessman Alex Saab considered a front man for Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro can be extradited to the United States, where he faces charges of corruption and money laundering.
Boeing deliveries of the 787 model, known as the “Dreamliner” have been put on hold for a while now and are not expected to resume until at least the end of October, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Hurricane Ida Thursday hit the entire Northeast region in the United States, killing dozens of people and flooding streets, causing severe damage to the local transport services.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries plus a group led by Russia, OPEC+1 ignored requests from United States president Joe Biden and agreed on Wednesday to continue raising oil output in measured steps as originally agreed.
Silence from the Supreme Court of the United States after XXX appeals have rendered legislation passed in May by the US State of Texas banning most abortions to be enforceable as of September 1.
The United States has ended its military presence in Afghanistan after 20 years, General Frank McKenzie of the Central Command (CENTCOM), announced Monday at a press conference from the Pentagon.
Electricity supply in New Orleans was cut and the property was damaged Sunday as Hurricane Ida hit the State of Louisiana, it was reported.
Wall Street climbed on Friday while S&P and Nasdaq reached new historic highs for the fourth time in the week following on statements from Fed chairman Jerome Powell at the Jackson Hole symposium when he anticipated a moderate, non-aggressive calendar reduction in the purchase of bonds.
At least 85 to 90 people died Thursday after an ISIS detachment attack on Kabul International Airport. US President Joseph Biden promised to avenge the deaths of 13 soldiers from his country. The flag over the White House flies at half-mast.
Argentina faces possible embargoes after holders of debt resulting from the expropriation of flag carrier Aerolineas Argentinas brought the case to a New York court on Wednesday for an amount of approximately US $ 320 million.