The coastal waters of the Falkland Islands have been confirmed as a Key Biodiversity Area for Sei whales, the first of its kind in the world. The announcement comes after five years of surveys carried out in Falklands waters by Falklands Conservation.
The Stock Exchange in Chile's capital took a nosedive after it was confirmed that the Communist candidate Irací Hassler had secured a surprising victory over Santiago's incumbent mayor Felipe Alessandri, among other defeats suffered over the weekend by traditional politics to a more radical leftwing generation.
None of Chile's traditional political parties has managed to win at least one-third of the seats at stake in this past weekend's elections to appoint a new Constituent Assembly which will have to write up a new constitution to replace the one from 1980 which was inherited from Augusto Pinochet's military dictatorship
A survey by pollsters Datafolha revealed 49% of Brazilians were in favour of impeaching President Jair Bolsonaro, it was reported.
Uruguay's Tourism Undersecretary Remo Monzeglio Sunday explained in a radio interview that his country envisions a quasi total return to normalcy for this coming October and that “we are preparing for the (summer) season.”
Israel was still pounding Hamas positions inside the Gaza Strip in the early hours of Monday morning, just hours after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that there was no end in sight to the operations.
The University of Buenos Aires (UBA)'s Gas and Petroleum Institute Director Aníbal Mellano said in an interview published Sunday in the Ambito Financiero newspaper that his country was “in an ascending cycle, within a descending world cycle for hydrocarbons.”
São Paulo Mayor Bruno Covas (PSDB) died at 8:20 am on Sunday at age 41, victim of cancer, it was announced.