Peru's National Elections Jury (JNE) Tuesday found seven additional appeals from conservative candidate Keiko Fujimori against the outcome of June 6's presidential elections to be unfounded.
Deputy Álvaro de Lamadrid of the opposition JxC-UCR (Juntos por el Cambio + Unión Cívica Radical) coalition Tuesday filed a motion before the Lower House to seek the impeachment of President Alberto Fernández and Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for poor performance and possible crimes in the exercise of their functions.
Health authorities in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro announced Tuesday that they had approved combination doses of Pfizer and AstraZeneca anticoronavirus vaccines on pregnant women.
Uruguay's unemployment rate rose from 9.7% in April to 10.2% at the end of May, which marked a return of the index to double-digit figures, according to a monthly report released Tuesday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE).
A Brazilian government official who reportedly asked for a US $ 1 “surcharge” per vaccine dose has left his post, the Ministry of Health announced through a statement Tuesday.
A new report titled “Impact of Climate Crisis on Poverty and the Argentine macroeconomy” points out the serious consequences of the impact of climate change on the Argentine economy, mainly due to losses caused by floods and droughts, the World Bank announced Tuesday.
Economic activity in Argentina fell 1.2% monthly in April and accumulated three months of decline, according to data released Tuesday by the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INDEC).
Monday mid-afternoon Argentine air force fighter planes overflew Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego province capital and the Beagle Channel, as part of training exercises in Patagonia and which are expected to continue for the next two days. The Fighting Hawk McDonald Douglas A-4R jets are based in Rio Gallegos, Santa Cruz province.
Germany's Volkswagen will no longer make cars with internal combustion engines in Europe by 2035, a board member said. The announcement comes as carmakers in Europe face mounting pressure to combat climate change and curb emissions under new EU regulations
United Nations has instructed peacekeeping missions to make contingency plans to leave since no agreement has been reached for the financial year beginning July first, and which could lead to a freeze of activities, diplomats revealed. The roadblock allegedly stems from China and African countries making multiple last-minute requests.