Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva would defeat the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro by a landslide if they both make it to the second round of next year's elections, a survey by Datafolha released Wednesday showed.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Wednesday expressed his gratitude to his French colleague Emmanuel Macron for the latter's support with regards to debt renegotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Paris Club.
Despite calls for a broad, transparent, and inclusive dialogue between protesters and Colombian President Iván Duque, police repression at the hands of the infamous Mobile Anti-Riot Squad (ESMAD) was reported Wednesday evening in Barranquilla.
The Government of Uruguay Wednesday decided to extend the restrictive measures currently in force against the coronavirus pandemic until May 23, it was announced.
Argentine Economy Minister Martín Guzmán stepped ahead from President Alberto Fernández's European tour and flew to Rome Wednesday to meet with International Monetary Fund Deputy Director for the Western Hemisphere Julie Kozak.
Several non-government organizations (NGOs) focused on environmental issues Wednesday launched an accusation against the government of Brazil for violating international treaties and devastating the Amazon.
Former Uruguayan President José Pepe Mujica Wednesday launched an appeal to call for a referendum to revoke 135 articles of a government's Law of Urgent Consideration (LUC), which his opponents describe as retrograde.
Argentine economists are eyeing the recent increase in the international price of soybeans as some sort of light at the end of the tunnel following a severe recession, high indebtedness amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Argentine business Olmos Group, the owner of the news channel Crónica TV, Diario Crónica, Evolución Seguros, and other companies in the health care business in Argentina, have begun negotiations to buy over Telefónica's Uruguay, the subsidiary announced Wednesday.