Bolivia has allocated $2.56 billion to boost its electricity reserves, increase transmission lines and start exporting power to Argentina. The Central Bank of Bolivia provided the funds from international reserves.
Millennials appear to be put off by the insurance industry, mostly because the majority of them think that it’s a boring job that does not go well with their thirst for adventure and thrill. The industry, however, offers plenty of open positions for a potentially bright career.
Guerrero Governor Hector Astudillo said that the Mexican government should consider allowing the cultivation of opium poppies. He believes that legalizing the cultivation of the plant for medicinal purposes could help the country’s battle against the drug trade.
If you're wondering what Google's new set of offices will look like, an early set of mockups has been released to show its possible appearance once constructed. The images feature a quirky and unique design.
A Florida mayor is planning to highlight Cuban immigrants’ dangerous travel to the United States. De Bary Mayor Clint Johnson said that his plan will allow him to better empathize with the undocumented Cuban immigrants who travel using unsafe boats.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed UN envoy Jean Arnault of France to head the organization’s political mission in Colombia. It will monitor and verify a future peace deal between the Colombian government and the FARC.
Seven Belgian pharmaceutical executives may face trial on suspicion of supplying an important ingredient for making crystal meth to a Mexican drug cartel. Ephedrine or pseudoephedrine is a substance normally found in cough syrup and nasal decongestants, but it can also be used to make the drug.
Most of us think that outer space is an endeavor reserved only for astronauts. Now, your dreams of traveling to space can be made possible by Blue Origin, a space company owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
Keiko Fujimori denied accusations that poor and indigenous women underwent forced sterilization during her father’s dictatorial regime from 1990 to 2000. Estimations from human rights defenders indicate that about 300,000 women were sterilized against their will.