Peru's vice-president has resigned from her post after declining the opposition's nomination to be interim leader, saying she hoped it would pave the way for a new general election. Mercedes Aráoz said the “constitutional order had broken” and that the country faced a “grave institutional crisis”.
South Korea’s trade ministry said on Monday it plans to hold the fourth round of trade talks with Mercosur as Seoul aims to expand its trade network with emerging countries and revitalize its ailing exports.
The Falkland Islands Government announced on Tuesday the appointment of Andrew Gaule as the new of Director of Policy and Economic Development. Andrew is due to arrive in the Islands on 2 November 2019 to allow for a seamless handover from the current Director Diane Simsovic.
It is the political responsibility of the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (GS / OAS) to ensure compliance with the effective exercise of representative democracy as the basis of the rule of law and constitutional regimes.
For nearly 20 years, researchers have closely watched a “loose tooth” of ice dangle from the edge of the Antarctic ice sheet, waiting for it to detach.
Industrial production in Brazil rose in August at its fastest pace in more than a year, official figures on Tuesday showed, a sign that Latin America’s largest economy may slowly be turning a corner after flirting with recession earlier in the year.
A rare 50p coin from the Falkland Islands has sold for almost £114 online, thanks to a subtle blunder. The silver coin was minted as part of a set of four penguin-themed 50ps designed to celebrate the wildlife on the British isles back in 2017. The original 50p coins featured the wrong variety of Rockhopper penguin
On the International Day of Older Persons, October first, the World Health Organization (WHO) is launching a package of tools, including a digital application to help health and social workers provide better care for older people.
The Argentine Fisheries Research and Development Institute, INIDEP, based in Mar del Plata has re-launched a historic scientific magazine, now re-baptized Marine and Fisheries Sciences with the purpose of circulating the work and papers from the institute.
China celebrated its growing power and confidence with a big display of military hardware and goose-stepping troops in Beijing on Tuesday, overseen by President Xi Jinping, who pledged peaceful development on Communist China’s 70th birthday.