Santiago, Mar 18 (efe-epa).- Chilean priest Tito Rivera, who stands accused of raping a man in the Santiago Cathedral, on Monday said that the accusations against him were a “profit-making set-up” and reiterated that the “reality of sin” exists within the Chilean Catholic Church.
Caracas, Mar 18 (efe-epa).- Parts of the Venezuelan capital experienced power cuts Monday amid protests by residents of some neighborhoods who say they are still waiting for electricity and water service to be restored following the nationwide blackout of March 7-12.
New York, Mar 18 (efe-epa).- The ridesharing firm Lyft is aspiring to attain a valuation of between $21 billion and $23 billion when it offers some $2 billion worth of stock on the New York stock market, according to the S-1 prospectus the firm submitted on Monday to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
US Sports Desk, Mar 18 (efe-epa).- A dozen games remain in the Los Angeles Lakers’ disappointing first season with the services of all-time great LeBron James, but the only question that remains is when they will be mathematically eliminated from the playoffs.
USA BOEING CRISIS
New York, USA, Mar 17 (efe-epa).- The US Department of Transportation is investigating the approval of Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), while the CEO of Boeing confirmed Sunday they are in the final phase of updating the aircraft’s software.