Inside the temporary shelters at Ituango Municipality, food shortages have worsened as the displaced people no longer have basic products.
So far, 18 retired Colombian military personnel have been detained in Haiti for President Jovenel Moise’s assassination.
The popular indignation increased when the chief of the Special Inspection Against Impunity, who was inquiring about corruption in the acquisition of COVID-19 vaccines, was dismissed.
He also assured that his government will eliminate all "irritants" that may prevent the achievement of an agreement between political forces.
Danish epidemiologists reached this conclusion after reviewing the results of safety monitoring statistics of nearly six million vaccinated children in the United States.
The UN humanitarian coordinator in Palestine asked the international community not to lose sight of a basic objective: ending the Israeli occupation and realizing a two-state solution.
In recent months, the IMF has joined the World Health Organization, the World Bank, and World Trade Organization in urging the wider deployment of vaccines across the developing world to close the gap between richer and developing nations in response to the ever-increasing spread of more aggressive variants of the COVID-19 Sars Cov-2 virus.
Zimbabwe has to date received several batches of Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines from China in addition to receiving small quantities of Russia's Sputnik V and India's Covaxin vaccines.
Julio Mayora earned the silver in the Men’s 73kg Weightlifting event.
Two Cuban boxers have taken big steps towards the coveted podium in their respective divisions at the Tokyo games.
Russia’s women’s gymnastics team came out on top in a tense artistic all-round final on Tuesday in Tokyo.
Some 11,000 athletes from 206 delegations will compete in games of different sports until August 8.
Filmmakers, actors, and actresses from all over the world are gathering on the banks of the Nile River to present their latest work.
Until February, crowds and meetings of over ten people will be banned, which implies the prohibition of all cultural presentations until then.
UNESCO Director Azoulay stressed that this fundamental human right must be protected defend every day, especially in the face of new forms of digital exclusion.
The international ballet festival in Cali, Colombia celebrates the life and legacy of Cuba's prima ballerina assoluta, Alicia Alonso (1920-2019) in the context of the hundreth anniversary of her birth this year.