The family of a man who fell into a sinkhole brimming with rats in New York have spoken about how the incident left him traumatised and needing hospital treatment, local media report.
A man armed with a knife attacked people inside a French church and killed three Thursday, prompting the government to raise its security alert status to the maximum level hours before a nationwide coronavirus lockdown.
Small, yet so divided, Belgium has been hit hard again by the pandemic, and now presents some of the most worrying statistics in a continent reeling under a coronavirus resurgence. If ever there was a common enemy for the rival Dutch- and French-speaking citizens and regions to fight, this would surely be it. But even now cooperation goes against the grain in Belgium, to the extent that the country's Roman Catholics bishops issued a call for all, in the name of the Lord, to show some unity.
US election 2020 polls: Who is ahead - Trump or Biden? Voters in America will decide on 3 November whether Donald Trump remains in the White House for another four years.
Front-line workers say they are dealing with poor job conditions and unpaid salaries, and face backlash for speaking out.
The joint and articulated efforts undertaken by Peru's National Police and Armed Forces —supported by the Public Ministry— have led to a new blow against illegal mining in eastern Madre de Dios region, where a clandestine camp and 16 dredges linked to this illegal activity have been recently destroyed.
On October 14, The President of Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, and the Minister of Tourism, David Collado, officially broke ground on the $220 million St. Regis Cap Cana Resort & Residences, the iconic brand’s first-ever property in the country, further validating that tourism in Dominican Republic is on the road to recovery.
The Embassy will send STEP messages whenever there are changes to quarantine measures announced by the Chilean government
The United States and Brazil are pleased to announce the successful conclusion of a Protocol on Trade Rules and Transparency.
Across Latin America, three other nations are expected to reach a million-case milestone in the coming weeks – Colombia, Mexico and Peru.