Clinical trials of the vaccine produced by Russia's Gamalei Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology began on June 18.Full Story
President Moreno's administration has not provided clear information on the pandemic's evolution within Indigenous communities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the country's flimsy health care system.
Over 100 organizations sent a letter to the UN requesting support for Celestino Cordova.
Using the pandemic as a pretext, the U.S.-backed regime postponed the elections twice.
So far, Spain has reported 379,799 COVID-19 cases and 28,605 deaths.
Unrest was stoked when President Lukashenko disqualified demonstrators accusing them of being foreign-controlled "sheep."
The United Kingdom's economy is officially in recession after a record drop of 20.4 percent in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the second quarter of 2020.
The organization warns that looking ahead, crude, and product price developments in 2020 will continue to be impacted by concerns over the second wave of infections and higher global stocks.
The former soccer star and his brother were arrested and accused of carrying false passports.
The squad has 23 members infected and must play in a few days without going through quarantine.
The Dutch cyclist is stable and has no damage to any vital organs after crashing in a race.
The baseball tournament is underway despite the U.S. being one of the world's virus hotspots.
Artists raised their voices against the U.S. blockade while paying tribute to Cuban doctors fighting against COVID-19 internationally.
Other commercial and investment events could be developed online authorities say.
Depiction of happy slaves and heroic slaveholders in the oscar-winning U.S. Civil War epic released in 1939 has garnered criticism.
Kennedy Mitchum, 22, a recent graduate of Drake University in Iowa, emailed the dictionary last month, following the killing of black U.S. citizen George Floyd by a white police officer.