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Natural immunity more potent than vaccines during US Delta wave: study

During America's last surge of the coronavirus driven by the Delta variant, people who were unvaccinated but survived Covid were better protected than those...

7 Latin American primate species among the 25 most endangered in the world

7 Latin American primate species, which inhabit Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru and one that extends from Mexico to Colombia, are among the most endangered...

US airlines warn of ‘calamity’ if 5G deployed near airports

The chief executives of America's largest airlines warned of a "catastrophic disruption" to travel and shipping operations if telecommunication firms roll out their 5G...

Pandemic still taking heavy toll on jobs: UN

The Covid-19 crisis is continuing to hit jobs hard around the world, the United Nations said Monday, warning it could take years for employment...

On the road with a Migrant Caravan leaving Honduras

Hundreds of men, women and children gathered early Saturday morning in the parking lot of San Pedro Sula's main transit hub, on the edge...

Hundreds of migrants leave Honduras in caravan to US

Hundreds of people departed Saturday from San Pedro Sula, northern Honduras, in a new caravan of migrants with intentions of seeking better living conditions...

Latin American security contractors bitter after serving in US wars

Peruvian Vladimir Florez was guarding the US consulate in Afghanistan when a suicide bomber blew up a truck outside the gates, killing eight Afghans...

Supermarket shelves go bare as Omicron disrupts US

As the Omicron variant of Covid-19 sweeps the United States, empty supermarket shelves have become the latest sign of the pandemic's ongoing disruption to...

Costa Rica Presidential debate ends without a winner, analysts say

The debate "was of value for the minority candidates, but it was just a window, it was not defining moment for the voters. (…)...

El Salvador Government denies using spyware on Journalists

The government of El Salvador has denied using the Israeli Pegasus software to spy on journalists and activists. In a statement issued late Wednesday, spokeswoman...

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