Boys in Thailand Cave Finally got Recused by Navy Seals

The world’s largest rescue operation, successfully run by Thai Navy Seals on Tuesday in Thailand , has been successfully completed. All 12 children and their coaches of the Wild Boar team have... Read more »

NAFTA: Mexico’s new president will stay the course

The elected Mexican President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador , plans to continue the work begun by the current team of President Enrique Peña Nieto in the negotiations of the North American Free... Read more »

Guatemala ends search for missing people after eruption of Fuego volcano

Guatemalan authorities on Sunday closed the search for nearly 200 people buried by the violent eruption of the Fuego volcano in early June, which killed at least 110 people. “It was decided... Read more »

2000 children separated from their parents at the US border in 6 weeks

Since the Trump administration decreed a “zero tolerance” and implemented a policy to fight against illegal immigration, nearly 2,000 children have been separated from their parents arrested at the US border, US... Read more »

Italy rejects free trade agreement between EU and Canada

The new Italian government formed by the 5-Star Movement (anti-system) and the League (far right) does not intend to give the go-ahead to the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) concluded by... Read more »

City of Sweden introduces a begging permit

On thursday, the city council of Eskilstuna, Sweden adopted a decree requiring beggars to apply for a permit to identify the needy populations and identify trafficking, reports the Swedish public radio. “An... Read more »

Oil production expected to increase by 30% by 2035

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) predicts that domestic oil production will increase to 5.6 million barrels per day by 2035. CAPP anticipates that an additional 1.4 million barrels will be... Read more »

California billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong buys the LA Times for $500 million

The transaction, which includes the San Diego Union Tribune, means that the newspaper will have a local owner for the first time in 18 years and will end the tense relationship with... Read more »

Raw and poisonous: the most toxic spiders in the world turned out to be relatives

San José, California.- They live in different areas of Australia and are considered the most poisonous of spiders. In fact, an antivenom had to be created because many people were in danger... Read more »

Victory for the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation

The Swiss have largely refused Sunday to remove the audiovisual fee, in a referendum organized at the request of the youth movement of the Radical Liberal Party. More than seven out of... Read more »
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