Today, Cuban researchers and health authorities are evaluating compliance with protocols in the Phase III Clinical Trial and Intervention Study with the anti-Covid-19 vaccine candidate, Soberana 02.Full Story
Three people died in Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan village in the Solola Department because of the Quiba river's overflowing.
Social organizations warn that he intends to leave in impunity serious human rights violations by police officers against demonstrators.
The governor's subnational elections runoff takes place On Sunday after governors posts were elected only in three out of 16 regions in the country.
The Cup will be held without public attendance and will be played only in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Cuiaba, and Goiania.
On Saturday morning, 61.500 polling station opened their doors to allow over 24 million people to cast their votes.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has criticized the United Nations’ decision to deprive Tehran of its voting rights in the Assembly due to arrears, saying the UN ignores the fact that U.S. sanctions had prevented Iran from paying even for food.
According to a new report, Israel’s bombing of the Gaza Strip last month didn’t just target alleged Hamas members; it also targeted the territory’s already fragile economy.
NATO member states leaders are expected to gather in Brussels on Monday to approve a new strategy of the Atlantic alliance and discuss Russia, China, as well as alleged "threats" to the bloc in the coming decade.
This summer, competitors from more than 200 territories around the world will descend on Tokyo, and the possibility of a new "Olympic" strain is high, the head of the Japanese Doctors Union has warned.
South African emergency workers rescued people from at least three 17-story residential buildings after the blaze expanded due to strong winds. Other structures such as Cape Town's historical library and a restaurant were devastated.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games are to be held in the summer. The Japanese population largely supports this restrictive measure, despite the economic impact.
They come together to face parliamentary elections and resolve the peace process crisis deepened by President Ivan Duque.
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.
The festival will be held online and will be completely free.