Colombia's President Iván Duque Monday ordered a mass deployment of the public force to clear the roads of peaceful demonstrations he considers to be “an act of sabotage.”
The Argentine government of President Alberto Fernández has announced all meat exports will be banned for the next 30 days in an attempt to slow down inflation as domestic prices went up 20% owing to foreign demand.
Bolivia's Minister of Public Works, Édgar Montaño, Monday rated Chilean senator José Miguel Insulza's comments urging to resume the test of the La Paz-Arica railroad as “irresponsible.”
A new study released Monday by the German Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) has warned that due to the rising temperatures, the destabilization of icy central-western areas of Greenland has already begun and that melting could then continue in the current global warming scenario.
The Organization of American States (OAS) Monday added the Palestinian Islamist organization Hamas -founded in 1987- to the list of terrorist groups, following its recent rocket attacks against Israel, it was announced in Washington DC.
Rio de Janeiro's iconic statue of Jesus Christ was the recipient of an advertising campaign in favour of coronavirus vaccines, which coincided with the news that Brazil would be receiving the key ingredients from China for the local production of immunizers.
Fabián Pepín Rodríguez Simón Monday, a former legal advisor to the City of Buenos Aires run by former President Mauricio Macri's Cambiemos alliance, has requested political asylum as a refugee in Uruguay, it was reported.
Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado Monday welcomed the approval by the Legislative Assembly to his country's joining the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).