Argentina, United Kingdom and the Red Cross International Committee with the consent of the Falklands Islands have agreed to extend the Humanitarian Plan of identifying remains buried at the Argentine military cemetery close Darwin.
Argentine presidential candidate Alberto Fernandez indicated he would tackle the country's debt problem by adopting a strategy similar to that of Uruguay, which successfully extended its bond maturities in 2003.
The UN Human Rights Council on Friday voted to send a team of investigators to probe alleged violations, including extrajudicial executions and torture, in crisis-wracked Venezuela.
Women dressed as Eva Peron, old political anthems blaring in the streets, flash-mobs with step-perfect choreography - it's all part of the present-day cut and thrust of politics in Buenos Aires.
The website for the Dictionary of Falklands Biography is proving capable of significant expansion. Designed and established by Tom McAdam in 2018, the editor David Tatham and the researcher Stephen Palmer have used the freedom offered by a website in a number of ways.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is accusing Donald Trump of seeking a regime change in Venezuela as a way to divert attention from calls for his impeachment. Maduro made the statement on the return of his trip to Russia where he met President Vladimir Putin.
El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele, whose social media savvy helped win him power earlier this year, took a selfie before his maiden speech at the UN General Assembly, which he called obsolete and suggested scrapping.
China's new US$ 11 billion mega airport has opened its doors, days before the country's 70th-anniversary celebrations. The Daxing International sea star-shaped airport in the capital Beijing was formally opened by President Xi Jinping and is the largest in the world.
China's top diplomat said on Friday that tariffs and trade disputes could plunge the world into recession and Beijing was committed to resolving them in a calm, rational and cooperative manner.
A Spanish private security firm, which is under investigation in Madrid, spied on Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on behalf of the CIA while he was inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, El Pais daily reported Friday.