Kabul: The number of civilians who died on Sunday after the United States’ air strike against a car bomb of the Islamic State faction in Kabul has raised to 12, including six children, Radio Habana Cuba reports.
Brasilia: The Federal Supreme Court (STF) once again postponed the judgment on the so-called time frame that will define the future of the demarcation of indigenous lands in Brazil to September 1, Prensa Latina publishes.
Quito: The Legislative Administration Council (CAL) of the National Assembly of Ecuador admitted today for processing complaints issued against Assemblywoman Bella Jiménez for alleged corruption, Prensa Latina publishes.
Beijing: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi insisted on avoiding a civil war in Afghanistan and also on solving social problems and conflicts between ethnic groups and religious sects, the Foreign Ministry reported today, Prensa Latina publishes.
The Holy See reported this Tuesday in Vatican City that Pope Francis made a first contribution of 200,000 euros to help those affected by the recent earthquake in Haiti, Cubasí reports.
Singapore: The Vice President of the United States (USA), Kamala Harris, will continue here today the second day of a tour of Southeast Asia whose main objective is to counteract the influence of China in the region, Prensa Latina publishes.
Beijing: China condemned the recent sanctions imposed by the United States against Russia, calling them unjust and also an expression of their hegemonic thinking, Radio Reloj reports.
Kabul: The Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) expressed its solidarity with the Afghan people and reiterated the commitment to help the peace, security, stability and development of the war-torn Central Asian country, it was released today.
Kabul: The structure of the future government of Afghanistan could include a council that will govern under the authority of the top Taliban leader, the mullah (religious leader) Hibatullah Akhundzada, sources of the movement in this capital disclosed today, Prensa Latina publishes.
Moscow: Both leaders stressed the need to continue fighting the spread of terrorist ideology and the threat of drugs, which emanates from the territory of that Central Asian country, according to the Kremlin press service, Prensa Latina reports.