The US government would have known of mercenaries trying to squander Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, despite a rejection of the operation, according to an investigation by the Miami Herald newspaper.
Image copyrightReuters Oxfam has revealed that three men at the centre of sexual misconduct claims in Haiti physically threatened witnesses during a 2011 investigation. The charity has published its internal report on alleged abuse by some of its staff following public pressure. In the 2011 report, Oxfam said “more needed” to be done to prevent…
The Bolivian Ministry of Health has registered 1,693 new infections with the new coronavirus in the last few hours, the majority in the La Paz department, bringing the total to 93,328. Health officials have reported 49 new deaths, meaning 3,761 people have died in Bolivia since the health crisis began. In those 24 hours, La…
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney imposed a curfew on the American city on Wednesday after two nights of protests and riots over the death of two police officers over the death of African American citizen Walter Wallace.
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The Brazilian Ministry of Health recorded 749 coronavirus deaths this Wednesday, 151,747 since the pandemic broke out, and in parallel it has presented a vaccination schedule against COVID-19, which will begin in April with the start of the first doses.