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Europe concludes this Friday a convulsive working week in which the news in the capitals of the Old Continent has been marked by a leitmotiv: AstraZeneca, the name of the Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical company that is now the focus of...
The coronavirus pandemic has accumulated almost 2.7 million deaths worldwide, after adding more than 10,500 additional fatalities in the last 24 hours, according to the count updated by Johns Hopkins University. The United States remains the country with the highest...
The US House of Representatives, controlled by President Joe Biden's Democrats, on Thursday approved two immigration reform bills to regularise nearly 4 million undocumented immigrants, mostly young people known as "dreamers" and farm workers. The attempt at regularisation coincides with...
Brazil recorded 90,303 Covid-19 infections on Wednesday, a new daily record, bringing the country's total to 11,693,3838 cases and confirming it as the current global epicentre of the pandemic. The death toll was also high in the last 24 hours,...
The global arms trade has remained at the same level over the past five years after years of increases, due to falling exports from Russia and China, according to a report released today by the Stockholm International Peace Research...
President Joe Biden, one year into the year since the Covid-19 pandemic swept across the country, delivered his first prime-time address: a speech that mixed hard numbers on vaccine distribution with calls for unity and a deep-seated belief in...
Elon Musk's initiatives hardly go unnoticed, either because of how curious, innovative and/or eccentric they can be. Recently, the SpaceX CEO confirmed that he is getting into a new business: building cities. An announcement of few words that generated a...
Entrepreneur and Microsoft chairman Bill Gates has once again made a prediction, but now he has pronounced himself on when we will be able to travel normally again. Gates' predictions are taken very seriously given that the American philanthropist...
The governor of the U.S. state of New Jersey, Phil Murphy, signed three laws Monday that effectively approve the recreational use of marijuana in the region for those 21 and older, more than 3 months after citizens voted overwhelmingly...
More than 100 people were killed in an attack by armed men in western Ethiopia on Wednesday, the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) reported. The massacre occurred from 4 a.m. local time (1 a.m. GMT) until noon in several locations...