Peru has indefinitely shut its iconic tourist site Machu Picchu in the latest sign that anti-government protests are increasingly engulfing the South American country.
The lack of other candidates indicated party lawmakers had rallied behind Hipkins to avoid a drawn-out contest and any sign of disunity following Ardern’s departure.
Alves denied the allegations last week in a video he sent to Spanish television channel Antena 3.
It’s the latest case to go to court in the sprawling FIFA corruption scandal.
The twin-engine aircraft that crashed in Nepal killed all 72 people on board.
The death toll from a Russian missile strike on an apartment building in the southeastern Ukrainian city of Dnipro has risen to 30, according to the national emergencies service.
“This was a callous and cowardly act, carried out by a barbaric regime with no respect for the human rights of their own people,” British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said.
Bolsonaro repeatedly stoked doubt about the reliability of the nation’s electronic voting system in the run-up to the vote.
Ovidio Guzmán, nicknamed “the Mouse,” had not been one of El Chapo’s better-known sons until an aborted operation to capture him three years ago.
On the last day of the year marked by the brutal war, many Ukrainians returned to the capital to spend New Year’s Eve with their loved ones, despite the ongoing Russian attacks.