Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador accused the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration of trying to strain relations between the two countries and said his administration supports the decision of Mexico’s attorney general not to prosecute Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos.
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The European Union, Canada and some other countries will receive fewer doses next week of the Covid-19 vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech due to an upgrade at Pfizer’s European factory. The U.S. isn’t affected.
“We are in serious trouble,” candidate Bobi Wine said a day after Uganda’s election, raising fears of unrest, with election results expected on Saturday.
A Brazilian variant of the coronavirus is significant enough to justify stopping flights from South America as a precaution, British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said on Friday, as a leading scientist said it had been detected in Britain.
Getting vaccinated to protect yourself from the virus behind COVID-19 isn't a one-and-done process in Canada right now. Both approved options requie a two-dose regimen at a specific time interval — but provinces vary on how they're doling out doses.
A Moscow kebab shop owner faces a backlash after he opened a take-out food shop bearing the name of Joseph Stalin, as Russians remain deeply conflicted over the totalitarian wartime leader's legacy and how they should see him today.
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we drill deeper on carbon capture and look at the ramifications of buying and selling water futures.
ANZ's Shayne Elliott and Telstra's Andy Penn both nominate a podcast from Californian venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz among their favourites of 2020.
A sharemarket rotation out of cyclical iron ore winners and into coal, gold, energy and ag-chem plays could be the ticket for value investors in 2021.
Various people were injured after a passenger bus experienced an issue and was left hanging off an overpass in New York City's Bronx.