Nicaraguans demand the definitive dismissal of magistrate of the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE) Roberto Rivas, who was sanctioned by the Treasury Department of the United States for illicit enrichment and violation of human rights.
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, the most popular dinner attraction in North America headquartered in Dallas, Texas, recently broke ground on its tenth North American castle, to be located in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community's Talking Stick Entertainment District in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Massachusetts based Brightcove, a provider of cloud services for video, announced that it has been selected by The Quint, India's fastest growing news publishers, to manage and stream video content on its website, mobile apps and across social media channels.
On April 13, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, concluded a five-day trade mission to China on Canada's widely-varied creative industries. Unlike many other such missions, this one came home not with just promises but with almost $125 million in signed commercial agreements.
20 humanitarian organizations have joined forces to call attention to the growing humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo for millions of people facing hunger, death and disease, due to a lack of aid funding.
TED, the New York based organization best known for its TED conferences focusing on the intersection of Technology, Entertainment, and Design, announced that its move into prime time television in India has been a major success. Its "TED Talks: Nayi Soch" Star Plus TV prime-time series was just renewed for three more seasons.
During the April 11 Stars of Stony Brook Gala, more than 700 guests came together at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers to honor Dorothy Lichenstein, one of the most dedicated art and education benefactors in the country. This year's gathering raised over $7.1 million to support the Stony Brook Southampton creative writing and film program.
A criminal network that manufactured fake money and operated in several cities in Argentina was recently arrested by the Federal Police where they seized more than one and a half million
“apocryphal” dollars and other millions in different currencies.
The future of Japan is currently threatened by yet another crisis. This one, years in the making, is all about low fertility and an ageing population. The country is also far from alone in this, with several Asian countries soon to be facing the same dilemmas.
Members of the Police of Buenos Aires, Argentina, are under investigation for the disappearance of 540 kilos of marijuana from a judicial deposit. The police in charge of the warehouse assert that it was the rats that ate them.
SightLine Health LLC (SightLine), an operator of radiation therapy centers throughout the United States based in Texas, has agreed to settle a False Claims Act lawsuit alleging that it knowingly submitted claims to the Medicare program that violated the Anti‑Kickback Statute, the Justice Department announced.
Beijing-based Quantum Cloud Future Technologies, announced a partnership with the cloud service provider Amazon AWS in Washington, to build a global cloud rendering service for the movie and entertainment industry worldwide.
Your chance of being wrongly sent to prison is probably the highest in the once great land of liberty, America. The U.S. has not just the highest rate of imprisonment of any country on Earth (other than tiny Seychelles), it also has one of the highest rates of false convictions.
Globant, an IT and technology company headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina, just launched its own specialize Media OTT Studio to complement the offerings Globant already provides for media companies worldwide.
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Culture and Information announced that Chinese-owned AMC, the largest theatrical exhibitor in the world, has received the first cinema license to open and operate cinemas in Saudi Arabia.
ArborLinks, a nationally ranked 18-hole Arnold Palmer golf course in Nebraska City, Nebraska, is finalizing the planning stages of a largescale construction project aimed at expanding the club's cottage accommodations.
The Supreme Federal Court of Brazil can sentence the former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva to more than 12 years in prison, as he faces charges of passive corruption and money laundering. The Lula case has caused a division of opinions, and the country is experiencing an atmosphere of tension, violence and hatred. Although it is the favorite of the October presidential elections, its fate is in the hands of justice.