Falkland Islanders are hoping to mark the 40th Liberation anniversary with a year of events that both commemorate the liberation of the islands and look to their future, the Chair of the 40th-anniversary committee told Mercopress this week.
In a strong message of confidence for the future of the cruise industry and the luxury travel market, Scenic has started production on Scenic Eclipse II, the sister ship to Scenic Eclipse, the world’s most luxurious discovery yacht. The beginning of production was announced at the keel-laying ceremony, with the Croatian Prime Minister in attendance.
Leading European multinationals from the food industry, involved in the production of food, cosmetics, consumer and luxury goods are calling for tougher EU measures to combat deforestation in their respective supply chains.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Thursday decreed nine days of strict confinement starting Saturday in what he claimed was a measure to lower the increasing number of coronavirus cases.
After 11 days of fighting, Israel and the terrorist group Hamas have agreed to a ceasefire starting at dawn on Friday, May 21, it was announced.
Operation of regional flights at the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (CABA)'s only airfield commonly known as Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport (AEP/SABE), which reopened recently following renovations, have been shifted to the Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini international airport (technically in the Province of Buenos Aires) due to lack of proper coronavirus detecting facilities.
The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) Thursday decided to reschedule the Copa America matches which were going to be played in Colombia starting next month but has yet to confirm the new venues.
The European Commission has reached a decision whereby all member states are to accept the digital covid-19 certificate also known as “vaccine passport,” a document which will show whether people have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, and refrain from imposing additional travel measures such as quarantines to its citizens,
US President Joseph Biden's candidate for the office of Undersecretary of the State Department for the Western Hemisphere, Brian A. Nichols, has said sanctions against the Nicolás Maduro regime must continue.
Former Uruguayan Vicepresident Raúl Sendic Rodríguez was handed down an 18-month suspended jail sentence Thursday for abuse of office and embezzlement.