Austria's Parliament Wednesday voted to veto the treaty between Mercosur and the European Union, a decision which will stop the enactment of the agreement reached after over 20 years f negotiations.
Uruguay's oil and energy Ancap must pay US $ 10 million to fuel distributors Petrobras and Axion after losing a 2017 lawsuit filed when the plaintiffs saw their profit margins narrowed by local regulations, the Montevideo El Observador newspaper reported.
After the South American country's failure to comply with the request that a project to increase Brazil's commitments with climate issues, the United Nations decided Wednesday to veto the speech which was to be delivered by dignitaries of President Jair Bolsonaro's administration.
Former Odebrecht Vicepresident Henrique Valladares, one of the main informants in the megacorruption scandal which links the Brazilian building firm with bribes involving top tier officials from governments all over Latin America, has been found lifeless in his Rio de Janeiro flat, it was reported. The cause of death is yet to be determined.
A detachment from the Falkland Islands Defence Force visited London last week to attend Defence and Security Equipment International 2019 show (DSEI2019) at the Excel centre.
Argentine forest firefighter Jhonatan Villalva had to be ferried Wednesday to a medical facility after suffering from poisoning by smoke as a result of his deployment to the fire-plagued Chiquitanía area in Bolivia.
Argentina's Senate Wednesday passed the food emergency bill submitted by the opposition parties as protests mount against the inflationary policies carried out by the administration of President Mauricio Macri, who is yet to sign the draft into law and has hinted he would do so without exerting his veto powers.
Former Argentine Army conscript Edgardo Esteban Wednesday claimed LATAM Brasil's planned Sao Paulo-Mount Pleasant passenger flight with a stop in the Argentine city of Córdoba serves only the interests of the Falkland islanders.
Effective this Thursday, the government of Argentina agreed to defreeze the price of fuel and thus authorize a 4 percent increase after yielding to pressure from province governors and oil companies as the barrel of crude also goes up globally.
The Central Bank of Uruguay (BCU) released the report of the country's quarterly economic situation, which reports that the Uruguayan economy grew by only 0.1% year-on-year and 0.3% in the second quarter of the year, compared to the first three months of the year, when it registered a 0.1% drop.