Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has one last chance to stem a growing political and economic crisis before being forced to step down, one of the country's leading daily newspapers said on Sunday.
The Catholic church warned of the true reality of infant malnutrition and structural poverty which does 'not yield' in Argentina, on launching the traditional funds' collection More for Less which took place over the weekend under the motto Let's give more so that less suffer.
Poverty and malnutrition are back on the Argentine presidential campaign debate as a consequence of the death of a 14-year old boy from an indigenous community which shocked Argentine public opinion.
Argentine lawmakers from several opposition Lower House caucuses will appear on Monday before the National Electoral Court to present their Inter-party agreement for Electoral Transparency, an accord to avoid irregularities in October 25 presidential and legislative polls.
Jeremy Corbyn has named John McDonnell shadow chancellor and defeated leadership candidate Andy Burnham shadow home secretary. Hilary Benn will be shadow foreign secretary in the new Labor leader's first shadow cabinet. Lord Falconer will be shadow justice secretary, Angela Eagle will be shadow business secretary and Lewisham MP Heidi Alexander will oversee health.
When Jeremy Corbyn entered the race to lead the Labor Party earlier this year, he struggled to get the 35 nominations from members of parliament needed to make it onto the ballot. That is a distant memory after he won a resounding victory to become the leader of the party. With 59.5% of the first-preference votes, Corbyn's mandate beats that won by Tony Blair in 1994.
Argentine President Cristina Fernández congratulated Jeremy Corbyn for the victory in the elections of Britain’s Labor Party calling him “the great friend of Latin America” and for supporting dialogue with London to discuss the sovereignty of the disputed Falklands/Malvinas Islands.