Colombia: Ceasefire With EMC Suspended, Except with Two Fronts

According to the minister, the dissidents of the now defunct Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) led by Iván Mordisco are not interested in achieving peace, which is why they will return to war. On Tuesday, the Colombian Ministry of Defense announced the culmination of the ceasefire with all the blocks and fronts of the […]

Italy Calls for Equal Rules in Global Trade as G7 Finance Ministers’ Meeting Begins

Ministers will discuss issues such as reforming the WTO and equal conditions of access to third markets. On Tuesday, the Group of Seven (G7) trade meeting kicked off in Italy, with talks among G7 ministers expected to address tensions that risk jeopardizing global trade and sustainable and inclusive growth. RELATED: G7 Summit Ends in Quarrels […]

Gaza Strip: At Least 44 Killed After Israeli Bombardment

The IDF declared Al Mawasi a “safe area” after forcing hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homes, but on several occasions fired on the territory. On Tuesday, at least 44 Palestinians were killed and more than a hundred injured in Israeli shelling in the Gaza Strip, which included a refugee area and a […]

DRC: Army Reaffirms Commitment to Recapture Occupied Areas

According to Radio Okapi, the Beni region is currently dominated by two armed groups: in the south by the M23 and in the north by the ADF. On Tuesday, the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) reaffirmed the will and commitment to recover rebel-held territories in North Kivu province. Related: WHO Raises […]

Nicaragua Recognizes the Contribution of Youth to Its National Emancipation

The struggle of young people was decisive in the fall of the U.S.-backed dictatorship on July 19, 1979. On Sunday, President Daniel Ortega declared the youth as “national heritage” due to the leading and decisive role that young people have played throughout Nicaraguan history. RELATED: Nicaragua Supports Venezuela’s Referendum on Essequibo “Considering the leading and […]

WHO Calls for Step-Up in Child Vaccinations Stalled After COVID-19 Pandemic

More than half of unvaccinated children live in the 31 countries with fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable settings. On Monday, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) called for a catch-up in child immunization, warning global vaccinations of children stalled last year, leaving 2.7 million unvaccinated or with insufficient inoculations. RELATED: […]


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