Illustration picture showing U.S. dollar and China's yuan banknotes

Take Five: G7 - deep in the Woods?

The July 17-18 meeting of G7 finance ministers and central bankers in the French town of Chantilly could well be a fraught one

President Donald Trump

Trump pattern is create a crisis, retreat, move on

It’s no surprise that Trump has difficulty conceding defeat, even when it’s plain as day

Man showing off his medical marihuanna

Legal pot for all takes a toll on medical users

“Lots of people have started trying to figure out how to make these concentrates and edibles themselves in their kitchen,” said Travis MacKenzie, who runs TJ’s Gardens

Independent Presidential candidate Ross Perot at the California Convention of the Reform Party

Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot dies at 89

The Texas billionaire who was born during the Depression in a poor family and was twice independent presidential candidate has died

Mujer usando un celular

'Revenge porn' victims could win anonymity in UK courts

People whose intimate images are shared online without their consent could win anonymity in British courts like other sexual abuse victims

Interior of the Arak heavy water production facility in Arak

Europe squeezed in Iran-US nuclear deal dispute

Since President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew America from the accord over a year ago, a slow fuse has burned through Iran

Niños rescatados de una cuenva en Thailandia en firma del contrato con Netflix

A year after rescue, cave boys in Thailand live fame without abandoning humble origins

They have contracted with Netflix for documentary production, but still live in a poor village and play football with their coach

National Guard of England

How much do you know about global political history?

With this quiz you will test your knowledge about political history 

Flags of Mercosur and the European Union

5 key points of the historic agreement between Mercosur and the EU

The signing of the agreement between these two economic powers is the result of an arduous work of more than 20 years. How does it work?

Los refugiados Rohingya se reúnen en un mercado dentro de un campo de refugiados en Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Where are the world's stateless people?

An estimated 10 to 15 million people are not recognized as nationals by any country, often depriving them of basic rights

War tanks

An armed conflict between the US and Iran would be a condemnation for the Middle East

The tensions between Trump and the Iranian regime in the last month may explode an armed conflict between countries. What would be the consequences?

Patrice A. Harris, MD, MA, psiquiatra de Atlanta, se convirtió en el 174º presidente de la American Medical Association en junio de 2019, y la primera mujer afroamericana de la organización en ocupar este cargo.

The American Medical Association finally takes a stance on Abortion

The American Medical Association last week filed a lawsuit to challenge the constitutionality of two North Dakota laws that compel physicians

Marchas en Estados Unidos a favor del aborto

Abortion map shows U.S. bans in 'stark contrast' to global trend

Reproductive rights experts say bans do not stop abortions but drive them underground, endangering lives and causing an estimated 23,000 deaths a year

Ministras de Canadá: Kim Campbell y Jody Willson

'Snail's pace' progress of women in politics calls for tougher measures, leaders say

The number of women in the top echelons of world politics has crawled to an all-time high, but progress is so slow that more quotas and incentives are called for

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