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The United States reached this Wednesday the 201,882 deaths by COVID-19 and totaled 6,940,721 cases, according to the independent count of Johns Hopkins University. This balance at 20.00 local time (00.00 GMT on Thursday) is 50,707 more infections than on...
Greece, France, Italy and Cyprus are planning, between 26 and 28 August, a "joint military exercise" south of Crete, in the eastern Mediterranean, a possible "dissuasive warning" aimed at Turkey. Days ago, Emmanuel Macron ordered the sending of two "Raphael"...
The international press, based on the claims of a South Korean diplomat, reports that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is in a coma and his younger sister Kim Yo Jong has taken over the government in his absence. The...
Joseph Robinette Biden is the official Democratic Party candidate for president of the United States. This is what the delegates of that party decided today in an online vote, on the second day of the Democratic Convention, which is...
Hong Kong police on Monday arrested media mogul Jimmy Lai and searched the offices of his flagship newspaper, Apple Daily, in the most high-profile case to date against democracy activists in the former British colony under a national security...
The Enola Gay was the plane that on August 6, 1945 dropped the first nuclear bomb used in real combat on the city of Hiroshima and was named 'Little Boy'. The aircraft, piloted by Colonel Paul Tibbets and with...
More than 100 people have died and at least 4,000 were injured following a major explosion in Beirut port from causes still under investigation, a Health Ministry source said. A Health Ministry spokesman, who requested anonymity, confirmed by phone the...
Amidst a cloud of onlookers who have come from all over China to watch it as if it were a party, the United States consulate in Chengdu, in the southwest of the country, was closed on Monday. Aggravating the...
The US government on Tuesday charged two Chinese "hackers" with attempting to steal coronavirus vaccine data from companies in at least 11 countries, including Spain, Germany and South Korea. The hackers, identified as Li Xiaoyu, 34, and Dong Jiazhi, 33,...
Egyptian President Abdelfatah al-Sisi demanded a mandate for military intervention in Libya and the country's parliament, after a closed session, granted it late Monday. The plan to send troops to the neighbouring country on the grounds of "defending national...