Explosive helicopter crash in South Korea could kill two

Explosive helicopter crash in South Korea could kill two

At least five people have died after the helicopter they were traveling in crashed near a Buddhist temple in eastern Yangyang County, triggering an explosion that set it ablaze. The collision occurred at 10:50 a.m. (local time) on a hilltop, the S-58T model aircraft had been hired by the Yangyang, Sokcho and Goseong governments to…

Hundreds of demonstrators protest the “COVID Zero” policy in several cities in China

Hundreds of demonstrators protest the “COVID Zero” policy in several cities in China

Hundreds of protesters have been protesting in China against the “COVID Zero” policy implemented by Xi Jinping in the country and the Communist Party, after ten people died in a fire in a demarcated area where some say rescue workers were due hygienic restrictions could not occur in time. Although the Chinese authorities were quick…

Russia will ban foreigners from having access to surrogate mothers in the country in December

Russia will ban foreigners from having access to surrogate mothers in the country in December

State Duma President Viacheslav Volodin has announced that in December they will ban foreigners from using surrogacy in Russia due to the risk of children becoming “victims of crime” or “forming same-sex couples”. The Chamber’s head has pointed out that child trafficking is “unacceptable” and that an estimated 45,000 babies born through surrogacy and with…

The governor of Russia’s Pskov region said NATO drones tried to cross its border

The governor of Russia’s Pskov region said NATO drones tried to cross its border

The governor of Russia’s Pskov region, Mikhail Vedernikov, assured this Sunday that NATO drones attempted to cross the border of his territory, which borders Latvia and Estonia, before the invasion of Ukraine began. “We have never reported extensively on this, but there have been attempts by military unmanned aerial vehicles and other aircraft to cross…

António Guterres condemns the attack in RCA that killed a member of the Moroccan peacekeepers

António Guterres condemns the attack in RCA that killed a member of the Moroccan peacekeepers

The Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, strongly condemned the attack on an airfield in the south-east of the Central African Republic (CAR), near the border with South Sudan, in which a member of the security forces was killed. Moroccan peace. Guterres recalled that these attacks could constitute war crimes under international law, which…

Indonesia earthquake death toll rises to 318

Indonesia earthquake death toll rises to 318

The death toll from last Monday’s earthquake in Indonesia has already risen to 318 people, while another 14 remain missing, the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) said in a statement shared this Saturday. The latest lifeless bodies found correspond to eight people who were reported missing after the earthquake that injured a total of 7,729…

Another teacher dies after shooting at two schools in Brazil, adding four more deaths

Another teacher dies after shooting at two schools in Brazil, adding four more deaths

The governor of the Brazilian state of Espiritu Santo confirmed this Saturday the death of 38-year-old teacher Flávia Amboss Merçon, who was injured after a man opened fire on two schools in the municipality of Aracruz, where she is already four. “Unfortunately, the tragedy in Aracruz is not over. It is with deep regret that…

The President of the Peruvian Judiciary invites Pedro Castillo and the President of the Congress to a meeting

The President of the Peruvian Judiciary invites Pedro Castillo and the President of the Congress to a meeting

The President of the Peruvian Judiciary, Elvia Barrios Alvarado, this Saturday invited President Pedro Castillo and the President of the Congress, José Williams, to meet this Sunday in a Council of State to make decisions that guarantee “a democratic governance”. country, according to a statement. In particular, Barrios Alvarado hopes that talks can be held…

Finland hopes to have its NATO membership law ready in December

Finland hopes to have its NATO membership law ready in December

Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto announced this Saturday that the draft law on Finland’s accession to NATO will be ready in December, despite the reluctance of Turkey and Hungary, member states of the Atlantic Alliance, which have not yet ratified the country’s accession to the from Sweden. “The government is ready to present a draft…

Early voting begins in the second round of the Georgia Senate election

Early voting begins in the second round of the Georgia Senate election

Democrats are hoping to consolidate their dominance of the Senate in the second round of Georgia’s upper house election, whose early voting begins this Saturday and which again pits their nominee and current seat holder, Raphael Warnock, against Republican Herschel Walker. A Warnock victory would give Democrats a particularly important outright majority when it comes…

Venezuela’s government and opposition sign instrumental social protection agreement for peace in Mexico

Venezuela’s government and opposition sign instrumental social protection agreement for peace in Mexico

Venezuela’s government and opposition signed this Wednesday in Mexico the so-called Second Partial Agreement for the Protection of the Venezuelan People, a social agreement aimed at recovering Venezuelan state resources blocked in the international financial system. The head of the Venezuelan government delegation in front of the dialogue table, as well as the President of…