Google plans to build a data centre for storage and server management within Uruguay's Science Park in the Canelones area, it was announced. It will be Google's second such facility in Latin America, the other one being in Chile.
Argentine President-elect Alberto Fernández met with his Mexican soon-to-be counterpart on Monday seeking to boost bilateral and regional cooperation in his first foreign trip since winning election last month.
An image of Argentina Patroness, the Virgin of Lujan which was left behind by the Argentine soldiers at the end of the Falklands/Malvinas war, and was recently returned by the United Kingdom and blessed by Pope Francis in the Vatican, finally arrived in Buenos Aires early morning Monday, 37 years after the conflict was over.
Protesters in Chile clashed with police, looted stores and endured a strong earthquake at the close of a huge rally kicking off the third week of anti-government demonstrations that have sparked deadly unrest. In effect as protestors promised it was a “super Monday”, rather a heck of a Monday.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will try to build momentum for his government's market-friendly reforms on Tuesday, proposing new measures to tackle a budget deficit that are likely to be met with skepticism among lawmakers.
Rockhopper Exploration PLC said on Monday that the Falkland Islands government has extended the duration of the PL032 Discovery Area License until May 1, 2021, with no additional license commitments.
By Gwynne Dyer – Journalists don’t just travel in packs; they write in packs, too. And what they’re writing this week is endless pipe-sucking ruminations about what’s driving the seemingly synchronized outbreak of protests in a large number of very different countries around the world.
Following a presentation by Bolivian foreign minister Diego Pary to an extraordinary session of the Organization of American States' (OAS) permanent council in Washington, the following declaration was issued:
Months after thick oil began turning idyllic beaches in Brazil into black carpets, workers and volunteers wearing rubber gloves race against time to scrape off the remaining fragments ahead of the country's peak tourism season.
President Xi Jinping on Tuesday pledged to further open China's economy, declaring the world must “tear down walls” as he opened an annual trade fair in Shanghai.