Israeli Prime Minister arrives to Washington and will addrees to the Congress

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced at the start of his visit to Washington that “the news of the death of relations between the US and Israel are not only premature, but wrong.” Netanyahu added that the record attendance at the annual conference of...

Washington legalize marijuana for recreational purposes

Smoking marijuana in Washington, capital of the United States, is legal since Thursday, although conservatives in Congress seek to block the new regulations. From now on, Washington authorizes the possession of small amounts of cannabis but does not allow the sale or purchase of...

Obama seeks cooperation from Pena Nieto by immigration and relations with Cuba

Barack Obama and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto met this Tuesday at the White House in order to implement the cooperation between the two countries for the implementation of its new policies on immigration and Cuba. Obama requires the support of Pena Nieto, and his...

US: Protests over killings of African Americans at the hands of the police continue

New York and other American cities were the scene of demonstrations yesterday evening to denounce police impunity in several cases of deaths of African Americans, which has raised the racial tensions in the country. For the second consecutive night, several thousand New Yorkers,...

Kerry calls US-China relationship as the “most important”

The relationship between the US and China is the “most important” of today’s world, said on Tuesday the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, before a trip to Beijing that will take place this week. The chief of the US diplomat estimated that the linkages between...

Experimental Ebola vaccine will be tested in humans

An experimental vaccine for Ebola from GlaxoSmithKline will be tested in humans in the Clinical Center Bethesda (Maryland), on the outskirts of Washington next week. “We got the green light to start,” said Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy...

Hillary Clinton says she is “proud” of having worked with Obama

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and likely candidate for President of the United States, said that despite the “differences,” she was “proud” of having served the country under the presidency of Barack Obama. “We have differences as well...

National Court of Justice rejects international report on Ecuadorian justice

The report sent by the Due Process of Law Foundation (DPLF) in Washington regarding judicial independence in Ecuador, was rejected by President of the National Court of Justice (CNJ for its Spanish acronym), Carlos Ramirez, in a document warning of serious weaknesses in the...