Uruguay’s Central bank kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged as policymakers focus on bringing inflation back to target in anticipation of possible impacts from a global slowdown.
Alternative ways to charge Falklands’ fishing licence fees have been examined in a report presented to representatives of the fishing industry as well as Member of the Legislative Assembly Gavin Short and the Director of Natural Resources John Barton this week.
New Zealand Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Phil Heatley has acknowledged the crew of HMNZS Wellington with a presentation to mark the first ever high seas fisheries compliance operation involving the NZ Navy’s new offshore patrol vessels (OPVs).
An extremely rare white humpback whale calf has been spotted near Australia's Great Barrier Reef in an event witnesses described Thursday as a once in a lifetime experience.
Cuba is closing its once powerful Sugar Ministry in favour of a state holding company charged with pulling the sector out of a long decline, official media announced on Thursday.
Chilean students and government leaders met Thursday in an angry atmosphere for long-awaited negotiations on the country’s education reform while tens of thousands of protesters challenged police in the streets of Santiago.
The top commander of the military police in Rio de Janeiro state in Brazil has resigned amid a scandal that linked a top officer and other policemen to the assassination of a high-profile judge.
Federal Reserve's move last week to further lower borrowing costs was risky and won't significantly speed up a painfully protracted recovery, one of the officials who dissented against the decision said on Thursday.
One of Argentina’s most powerful unions’ honoured members of the “Condor Operation” which 45 years ago hijacked a commercial aircraft and had it flown to the Falklands/Malvinas Islands where the group flew the Argentine flag.
Already in difficulty under Spain’s Socialists, PSOE, the Trilateral forum (Spain, UK and Gibraltar) is unlikely to flourish under a Conservative PP government. That is the view expressed by Luis Ayllon, diplomatic correspondent of the right-leaning ABC Spanish national and a veteran reporter of Gibraltar affairs.