Gilbert House, seat of the Falkland Islands elected government has announced the arrangements for Sunday 10 November 2019, Remembrance Sunday.
Argentina's president-elect Alberto Fernandez pledged to lead the country in a new direction on Tuesday amid a “difficult” domestic backdrop, as financial markets jumped around with investors grasping for any signs of the Peronist's future plans.
Chileans took to the streets again on Tuesday, pouring by the thousands into plazas and shutting down main boulevards in a sign that government promises of reform continued to fall short. Police in armoured trucks watched over the gathering masses.
The Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) elected Argentine Ambassador Rafael Mariano Grossi for the post of Director-General for the period 2020-2024, whose appointment will be approved by the General Conference of the agency.
The United Nations on Tuesday called for an urgent de-escalation of tensions in Bolivia, where rival supporters of President Evo Morales and opposition leader Carlos Mesa have clashed since a disputed election.
Brazilian food processor BRF SA on Tuesday announced an agreement to invest around US$ 120 million to build its first chicken processing plant in Saudi Arabia in a bid to strengthen its position in a key growth market.
Oil spills washing up on beaches along more than 2,000 kilometers of Brazil’s northeast coastline could be the worst environmental “attack” in the country’s history, the CEO of Petrobras said on Tuesday.
Waddling up the beach in single file, their heads held high with an almost self-important demeanor, king penguins are a major draw in the Falkland Islands' tourism industry. Their fluffy brown chicks are nearly fearless of humans, meaning tourists at Volunteer Point, a peninsula on East Falkland Island might get almost close enough to touch one.
Facebook, Google and Twitter must do more to tackle fake news or face regulatory action, the European Commission said on Tuesday.
Britain's pre-Christmas election on Dec 12 could reshuffle the deck in parliament after years of gridlock over the Brexit crisis. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives will be trying to finally get a ruling majority while smaller opposition parties will want Brexit either softened or reversed.