Clinical trials of the vaccine produced by Russia's Gamalei Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology began on June 18.Full Story
Former President Rafael Correa had already reported a plot to prevent his participation in the 2021 elections.
The U.S.-backed government seems to dislike being audited by the Ombudsman's Office.
The 119 men and 55 women arrived from Barbados at the Sandino Airport in Managua.
President Moreno seeks to reactivate the economy as Ecuador approaches 70,000 cases.
More medical discharges have been awarded than diagnosed cases for the second consecutive day.
The U.S. sanctions amplified the losses that the fall in oil prices caused to Iran and Venezuela.
While some governments have taken effective measures, others have wrongly dealt with the virus.
Authorities ordered that all previously installed 5G Huawei technology be removed by 2027.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino says resuming leagues without 100 percent safety is irresponsible.
Portuguese star striker Cristiano Ronaldo will finance five ventilators to his hometown Madeira.
NBA suspends season after player tests positive for coronavirus.
Previously, in 2004, the Russian Tatyana Lebedeva set the triple jump indoor world record at 15,36 meters.
Other commercial and investment events could be developed online authorities say.
Depiction of happy slaves and heroic slaveholders in the oscar-winning U.S. Civil War epic released in 1939 has garnered criticism.
Kennedy Mitchum, 22, a recent graduate of Drake University in Iowa, emailed the dictionary last month, following the killing of black U.S. citizen George Floyd by a white police officer.
The author of songs like "Al Alba", "Flor de un día", "Do not undress yet" or "Cine, cine" and "Belleza" was born in the Philippines in 1943.