Schools located in COVID-19 quarantine zones are not allowed to operate and public schools in 30 municipalities will return to classes online.Full Story
A significant number of polling stations nationwide presented delays in their opening despite the voting process was scheduled to begin at 07.00 a.m.Full Story
Supporters of Indigenous presidential candidate Yaku Perez demand the recount of electoral records due to alleged electoral fraud.
The wall will cover a border of almost 400 kilometers and include motion sensors, facial recognition cameras, and a double perimeter fence in conflictive sections.
The elections will decide the new members of the Legislative Assembly, mayor offices, and the Central American Parliament.
Thousands of people demanding the resignation of the prime minister protested in front of the National Assembly overnight.
Venezuela reaffirms that it does not recognize the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the territorial dispute over the disputed Essequibo area.
Rosa Miriam Elizalde Zorrilla—journalist and researcher, First Vice President of the Union of Journalists of Cuba, assistant professor at the University of Havana and the International Institute of Journalism "José Martí," among many other tasks that occupy almost every hour of every day of her life—has been awarded the José Martí National Journalism Award (2021) for Life's Work, the highest individual recognition granted by the organization to professionals of recognized prestige and contribution to Cuban journalism.
The U.S. House of Representatives today approved a $1.9 billion COVID-19 aid package aimed at stabilizing the economy and boosting vaccines and coronavirus testing.