Garcia was under investigation in connection with Brazilian construction company Odebrecht, which triggered Latin America's biggest graft scandal when it admitted publicly in 2016 that it won lucrative contracts in the region with bribes.
Earlier this month, Brunei introduced new Islamic laws to punish homosexuality, adultery and rape with the death penalty, including stoning.
The move represents a step towards addressing demands that women be included in the talks, aimed at bringing an end to more than 17 years of war in Afghanistan.
From Jan. 1 to April 11, 555 individual cases of measles have been confirmed in 20 states.
Google and other online platforms will have to sign licensing agreements with musicians, performers, authors, news publishers and journalists to use their work.
VW was caught using illegal engine control software to cheat U.S. pollution tests in 2015, triggering a global backlash against diesel that and has so far cost it $32.8 billion.
Customers in the United States, Mexico and other parts of Latin America experienced difficulties.
Protests that led to the fall of President Omar al-Bashir this week continued with citizens demanding greater political change.
The new schedule will affect a limited number of customers "who have already booked their travel," said Southwest's president.
The country’s oil and gas sector employs 170,000 people and is the top moneymaker, producing 17 percent of Norway’s GDP.
Rates of cesarean deliveries have increased despite warnings from WHO that it should only be used in life-threatening cases due to risk of complications.
Human rights lawyers and gay rights advocates urged the Vatican to issue a clear and unequivocal statement against the criminalization of homosexuality.
Walmart currently pays entry-level workers $11 an hour, and Costco and Amazon pay $15.
About 65,000 people were murdered or died at Stutthof, which is near what is now the Polish city of Gdansk.
Researchers found that Facebook's algorithms showed lumber job ads to mostly white men, while secretarial job ads mostly went to black women.
The pop singer's father came close to death in November after suffering a ruptured colon.
Zachary Baumel, who immigrated to Israel with his parents from New York in 1970, was declared missing in action in the Battle of Sultan Yacoub.
A fatal 2018 accident involving a self-driving vehicle, and two deadly 737 Max plane crashes have put a spotlight on the ability of regulators to assess the safety of advanced systems.
The Saudi oil giant had earnings of $224 billion in 2018; Apple had $81.8 billion.
The country had been anxiously awaiting the new era name, or "gengo," which is used on coins, calendars, newspapers and in official paperwork, and over time captures a national mood.
Nearly half of all imported U.S. vegetables and 40 percent of imported fruit are grown in Mexico.
The latest revelation in the March 10 crash comes as Boeing's fastest-selling 737 MAX jet has been grounded globally by the FAA and other regulators.
The economy is facing headwinds from the fading stimulus, slowing global growth, a trade war with China and uncertainty over Brexit.
Around 30 percent of tourists visiting Iceland last year flew with Wow and the collapse could trigger a 16 percent drop in tourists this year.
Women and children were burned in their homes by gunmen in the attack.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the app was shielded from liability for exercising “a publisher’s traditional editorial functions."
At least three minutes are missing from the Oscar-winning film, including a close-up of Mercury’s gyrating crotch, a same-sex kiss and a spanking.
From 2010 to 2017, the number of children of active or retired military personnel seeking gender-affirming care more than quadrupled, researchers found.
The census is a powerful target because it shapes U.S. election districts and the allocation of more than $800 billion a year in federal spending.
Barack Obama is also writing a White House memoir, which the publisher hopes will be released later this year.
The attack by unknown gunmen on a herding community is one of the worst recent atrocities in a country beset by ethnic violence.
"Women working night shifts are exposed to light at night which disrupts their circadian rhythm and decreases the release of melatonin," the study's lead author said.
The study of 6.9 million people found that the same conditions were recognized in men when they were about four years younger than the age at which women were diagnosed.
The move underlined to what extent Theresa May has lost her authority.
The scheme is an example of "business email compromise," in which fraudsters ask for money using emails targeted at companies that work with foreign suppliers.
Passengers were hoisted one-by-one from the deck of the vessel and airlifted to a village just north of the town of Molde on Norway's west coast.
The recall includes fully cooked buffalo-style chicken strips fritters, crispy chicken strips, and chicken breast strip fritters.
The latest deaths bring the tally of U.S. service members' deaths in Afghanistan to at least four in 2019, and a total of at least 65 U.S. military deaths since January 2015.
In a letter, Bardot described inhabitants of the French island, Reunion, as "aboriginals who have kept the genes of savages."
Tusk said that an extension could be granted in writing if EU leaders approved his proposal and Britain's parliament voted in favor of the withdrawal agreement.
The flight crashed in October and killed all 189 people on board.
Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly said an injunction she issued against President Donald Trump's trans military policy in 2017 remains in place.
The Mexican constitution limits a president to a single six-year term, and López Obrador put in writing that he won't change the law.
Ceremonial dance performed as country and its multicultural diaspora attempt to honor the dead and stay connected with their homeland.
President Filipe Nyusi said more than 200 people were killed and more bodies are being discovered after Cyclone Idai.
“It’s essentially a lawless region now inside Venezuela along the border and the FARC dissidents and the ELN have taken advantage of that,” U.S. Admiral Craig Faller said.
The Wall Street bank's goal is that 14% of new analysts and associates in the Americas are Latino and 11% black.
The justices declined to hear a challenge to a lower court ruling that found the B&B owner violated a state anti-discrimination law by turning away the couple.