Colombian President Iván Duque announced that his country will sever all diplomatic relations with Venezuela as of January next year when Nicolás Maduro, whom he considers to be a “dictator,” starts a new consecutive term as head of state.
Documents about the killing of black rights activist Marielle Franco have been banned from being broadcast by a Brazilian judge at the request of Rio's prosecutor and the Civil Police, who are in charge of the Franco investigation.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has confirmed he will be attending the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires next week, during which he will meet President Mauricio Macri in the first encounter of heads of state from both countries in 14 years, a spokesperson for his office announced.
A Chinese medical support ship docked off Guayaquil is becoming essential in providing free medical care to Ecuadorians in need of it, it was reported.The Peace Ark's arrival has been a great blessing, said the daughter of a 75-year-old woman who received sight-saving cataract surgery.
Mexico’s incoming government will hold a national public consultation on Nov. 24-25 for residents to voice their opinion on 10 key policy proposals ranging from a new rail line and oil refinery to reforestation and free public internet initiatives.
The Government has noted the comments about Gibraltar made by the Foreign Minister of Spain this morning following a meeting of the General Affairs Council of the European Union.
The Chief Minister has immediately been in touch with the Prime Minister’s office in Downing Street.
Venezuela which is sitting on one of the world’s largest crude oil reserves but which is suffering the worst loss of oil production in history outside of war-induced outages is getting ready to share macroeconomic data with the International Monetary Fund to avoid penalties including possible exclusion from the IMF.
European Union foreign ministers showed cautious support on Monday for possible new economic sanctions on Iran in a shift of policy after accusations of Iranian attack plots in France and Denmark, diplomats said.
Former Argentine President Cristina Fernández Kirchner (CFK) Monday criticized the administration of her successor Mauricio Macri in a speech that lasted over an hour at the anti-G20 summit in Buenos Aires, saying - among other things - that by taking a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) the current president merely manages what is dictated to him.
A terror plot against Jewish targets was thwarted when the Mossad intelligence service passed information to Argentine security officials which led to the arrest of suspected members of the Hezbollah terrorist group, Hadashot TV reported Monday.