The Royal Navy has deployed extra medics to join Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Mounts Bay in delivering humanitarian assistance to the Bahamas following Hurricane Dorian. A team of 18 military medical staff arrived in the region and will provide emergency care, surgery and intensive care to those in need.
Thousands of demonstrators poured into the streets of Santiago de Chile on Sunday to honour the victims of General Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship, in a march that started peacefully but ended in violence.
Argentine presidential candidate and ex Economy minister Roberto Lavagna said that the country needs “a national unity government” to overcome the current situation and it's no option having to choose between “bad and worse”.
Another volatile week with still many uncertainties begins this Monday for Argentina even when some of the latest measures adopted by the administration of President Mauricio Macri helped to calm markets, debilitating apocalyptic forecasts.
British Airways (BA) said on Monday it has cancelled almost all flights as pilots began a 48-hour strike. The UK flag carrier and its 4,300 pilots have been locked in a nine-month pay dispute that could disrupt or alter the travel plans of nearly 300,000 people.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is sticking to his Brexit plan and will not seek a delay to Britain's departure from the EU at a summit next month, two of his ministers said on Sunday following a resignation from his government.
Top oil producers will consider fresh output cuts at a meeting this week, but analysts are doubtful they will succeed in bolstering crude prices dented by the US-China trade war.
Vice President Hamilton Mourão will be Brazil's acting president through Thursday while president Jair Bolsonaro recovers from abdominal surgery resulting from his stabbing at a political rally last year, his spokesman said on Sunday.
The unanimous election of a neo-Nazi politician in Germany as the head of a town council, thanks to votes from rival party members, has sparked outrage among senior political figures.
A Brazilian Supreme Court has been forced to step in to referee a row over the sale of a comic book showing two gay Avengers characters kissing. The 2010 Marvel publication was banned — and promptly unbanned — from an international book fair in Rio de Janeiro this month due to its sexual content.