Canadian mining firm has apologized after reaching an agreement with demonstrators shot and wounded while protesting the company's Guatemalan gold and silver mine, according to statements on Tuesday from both sides.
Brazilian Police have arrested three people suspected of having participated in the theft of 718.9 kilos of gold committed in the cargo terminal of Guarulhos international airport, the largest in the country, according to official sources. These are three workers from the airport itself, located in Sao Paulo metropolitan region, according to news sources confirmed the case.
Chile's President Sebastián Piñera Tuesday said both his predecessors Salvador Allende and Augusto Pinochet belong in the wax museum in the Las Condes area in Santiago.
Return to the Fatherland flights for migrants who want to return to Venezuela will resume Tuesday and Wednesday, the Nicolás Maduro administration announced.
Tourism in Peru is bound to experience a double-digit growth thanks to President Martín Vizcarra's policies, according to the country's Chamber of Turism CEO Carlos Canales.
Brazil’s efforts to build better ties with the United States need not worry China, the South American economy top trade partner, because it had never had a problem with China, the Brazilian foreign minister stated. At issue in the past has been how previous Brazilian administrations handled relations with China, Ernesto Araujo said.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday there is no “strong evidence” that a tribal chief found dead in the Amazon was murdered, as police probe the killing in the remote region.
Argentina's opposition presidential candidate Alberto Fernández took distance from her mentor and vice president companion, Cristina Fernandez, saying that the food situation in Venezuela is under no means comparable to Argentina.
Brazilian federal authorities are investigating the alleged murder of a leader from the aboriginal Waiãpi tribe at Mariry, a village in the Amapá region as conflicts between explorers and indigenous communities are on the rise.
British submariners have been recognized for their efforts to help Argentina find missing sub San Juan. An eight-strong military team and one civilian were flown to the South Atlantic as part of the massive search effort sparked when the submarine vanished in November 2017. They have earned a commendation from the UK’s second most senior sailor, Fleet Commander Vice Admiral Jerry Kyd.