Uniao Quimica, a Brazilian chemical-pharmaceutical company, launched the production of the Russian coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V in Brazil in January. Developed by Russia's Gamaleya Centre, it was the first COVID-19 vaccine to be registered in the world.
The future of the Argentinian football superstar at Barcelona has been a matter of hot debate and speculation since he informed the club about his desire to leave last summer. Although he later confirmed he will continue playing for Barca, other clubs are reportedly lining up to lure in the famous footballer.
Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani had been a central figure in the largely-failed campaign to file lawsuits in attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election, based on claims of polling fraud. Sources had earlier claimed Trump was irritated with Giuliani and had not been taking his calls.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - NASA’s crucial hot fire test of the Artemis I rocket engines aborted prematurely due to a technical malfunction, putting the November 2021 debut in doubt.
The social media platform previously rolled out its strategy related to Inauguration Day, which included a ban on political advertising. The strategy builds on Facebook's policy of "battling misinformation" introduced ahead of the US election.
The desire to unlock millions of dollars in US assistance and improve relations with Europe have pushed the Palestinian factions to agree on dates for an election, believes the director-general of a Palestinian think tank. But what also triggered the decision was the determination to silence the voices of dissatisfaction in the West Bank and Gaza.
A dozen countries around the world are rolling out vaccine campaigns in a bid to battle the coronavirus pandemic, that has so far shown no sign of abating. On the contrary, the biggest daily death toll was registered this Thursday, although since then fatalities have started to ebb.
Following the win of Evo Morales' former minister of economy, Luis Arce, in Bolivia's October elections, the country's economy has grown, says Bolivian journalist and political analyst Aberto Echazu, adding that the Bolivian opposition has not laid down arms.