The governments of Argentina and Chile announced on Monday morning they will suspend flights to and from the United Kingdom because of COVID-19 concerns.
The Chinese government published on Monday morning new laws for reviewing foreign investment on national security grounds, potentially broad measures that it insisted didn’t amount to protectionism.
Germany and Finland have repatriated 23 of their citizens — five women and 18 children — from Islamic State (IS) camps in northeastern Syria on Dec. 20.
The United States Congress has secured a deal on a $900 billion COVID-19 relief package to boost the healthcare system, including vaccine distribution, and to deliver aid for small businesses and unemployed individuals.
The United States government is adding dozens of Chinese firms, including the nation’s main chipmaker SMIC, to a trade blacklist on Friday morning, raising tensions with Beijing a couple of weeks before President-elect Joe Biden takes office.
Lawmakers in the Spanish parliament approved a bill on Friday morning that would allow people to lawfully end their lives in case they suffer from serious or incurable diseases. The decision came after massive protests that have been taking place in different cities across the country, supporting the legalization of euthanasia.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro congratulated US President-elect Joe Biden on Wednesday afternoon for his November 3rd election victory, accepting the defeat of political ally Donald Trump.
Bolivia’s civil registry authorized for the first time In the country’s history a same-sex civil union after a two-year legal battle, representing a decision that activists hope it will pave the way for an overhaul of Bolivia’s marriage laws.
The Mexican Congress approved on Tuesday afternoon a new national security law restricting the activities of foreign law enforcement officers, in a move that critics claim it will endanger intelligence sources and threaten the future of international anti-narcotics operations in the country.
Preliminary results of an official survey revealed on Wednesday morning that a quarter of Mexico’s population, or 31 million people, has been exposed to COVID-19, with 70 percent never showing symptoms.