Colombia's National Strike Committee Friday (CNP) decided that protests will continue in light of the negative response from the Government of President Iván Duque, although some progress regarding police repression is on the verge of being achieved.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has had words of anything but praise regarding former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Argentina, Venezuela and Communism.
Uruguay's entry into the Alliance for the Decarbonization of Transport was formalized Friday when Industry, Energy and Mining Minister Omar Paganini Friday took part in the virtual Transport Forum Summit 2021, an event organized by the OECD.
Former Brazilian Presidents Fernando Henrique Cardoso (FHC) (1995-2002) and Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva (2003-2010) Friday shocked the country's political arena by holding a key meeting during which they agreed to support the latter in next year's elections against the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.
The cruise ships company Cruceros Australis Friday launched during the International Tourism Fair (FITUR) in Madrid what they announced as totally safe trips, such as navigating the virgin landscapes of Patagonia.
The total number of deaths due to covid-19 in Latin American countries has crossed for the first time the psychological barrier of one million people, it was reported Friday.
To celebrate the re-launching of the FITUR, International Tourism Fair, held this week in Madrid with the attendance of representatives from 55 countries, United Nations World Tourism Organization, UNWTO united leaders from the public and private sectors to send out a strong message that tourism is ready to return.
Profits from Covid-19 jabs have helped at least nine people become billionaires, a campaign group claimed, calling for an end to pharmaceutical corporations' monopoly control on vaccine technology.
The World Health Organization and three other international bodies, FAO, OIE and UNEP have formed a team of experts to help develop a global plan to prevent the spread of diseases from animals to humans.
The US House of Representatives this week passed a bill to give foreign-flag cruise ships a temporary cabotage waiver, enabling them to operate in Alaska without a foreign stop. The legislation earlier passed in the Senate.