The British Labour Party this week reaffirmed its commitment to the Falklands and Falkland Islanders’ right to self-determination.
President Jair Bolsonaro slammed Brazil's Supreme Court on Thursday for investigating an alleged disinformation and intimidation campaign involving his supporters, as a political crisis mushroomed amid the country's accelerating COVID-19 outbreak.
Foreigners reduced their holdings of Brazilian bonds in April to the lowest since 2009, figures on Wednesday showed, against the backdrop of rising financial market turmoil fueled by the coronavirus crisis and domestic political uncertainty.
US President Donald Trump's attempt to curb what he says is social media censorship is a political gambit and will not change the legal obligations of companies like Twitter and Facebook, according to legal experts.
Production in Peru’s mining sector will fall by at least 15% this year, representing a loss in revenues of up to US$ 5 billion, due to disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, a top mining executive said on Wednesday.
The EU is willing to shift its stance on fisheries in negotiations with Britain next week, in what would be the first major concession from the bloc in talks on their new relationship after Brexit.
More than two months after the coronavirus pandemic triggered worldwide lockdowns, much of the world is gradually reopening. But Latin America remains highly isolated by travel restrictions across the region.
Brazilian food company BRF SA said the potential closure of slaughterhouses due the spread of the novel coronavirus at meat production sites would make it impossible to keep output at current levels.
Spain will open gradually to tourism this summer, starting with European countries, and will ensure visitors only go to areas that have the coronavirus under control, Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya said.
The World Health Organization is launching on Friday a new kit for school students aged 13-17 to alert them to the tobacco industry tactics used to hook them to addictive products. Every year the tobacco industry invests more than US$ 9 billion to advertise its products.