The patient, a woman in her 40s, has been hospitalized for treatment.
New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, said border workers must be vaccinated by month-end to continue in their positions, after a third COVID-19 case related to a frontline staff was reported.
The cause of the Brazilian teen mom's sudden death hasn't been determined, but authorities have been come up with a theory about what happened.
A Brazilian soccer brawl included one player kicking a player from the other team.
The European Medicines Agency was short on details while it worked with law enforcement and other agencies on the cyberattack.
A measure that would ban the import of good produced in forced-labor camps in China passed through the House of Representatives in September on a 406-to-3 vote.
Tax officials in Italy at one point were ordered to seize anything of value from the soccer legend.
Through the virtual 3D shopping feature, customers can browse curated aisles of the store just like they were shopping in person.
Hurricane Mitch in 1998 left more than 10,000 people dead in Nicaragua.
The United States Library of Congress made Kim Kardashian's birthday special.
Volunteers in the case have been reduced to going door-to-door to help locate the parents of migrant children.
Tropical storm Epsilon has rapidly intensified over the last 24 hours.
Workers in Russia and Spain were especially pessimistic about their futures.
The former minister will face federal prosecutors in New York, who charged the 72-year-old with taking bribes from the H-2 drug cartel in Mexico.
British PM Boris Johnson has suggested trade talks with the EU are dead in the water.
EASA chief said he was satisfied by 737 Max, but wants software upgrades
The findings align with an investigation from the Associated Press, finding some evidence of wrongdoing but falling short of whistleblower allegations
The price of lumber has surged more than 130% since April.
Some of the most well-known banks in the world have been transferring huge amounts of cash for mobsters, fraudsters, criminals, drug dealers and oligarchs.
The 4.5% decline was an improvement over the 6% drop forecast in June