Falkland Islanders are today paying tribute to the British Armed Forces killed during the 1982 conflict and commemorating the 39th anniversary of liberation from Argentine occupation.
The Government of Argentina this weekend arrested Chilean fugitive Walter Klug Rivera, who was wanted for human rights violations during the military dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet.
The world's wealthiest democracies Sunday signed the Carbis Bay Declaration whereby they all pledged to “end the pandemic and prepare for our futures” as well as to “build back better.”
One week after the presidential runoff, leftwing candidate Pedro Castillo edged conservative Keiko Fujimori by around 70,000 votes to become Peru's new President. But he cannot celebrate still until the National Electoral Jury (JNE) rule's on a petition to nullify some 200,000 votes from his opponent.
Chile's traditional centre-left parties will govern 10 of the country's 16 regions following Sunday's governorship runoff elections in another blow to President Sebastián Piñera Chile Vamos party.
Naftali Bennett Sunday became Israel's 13th prime minister, thus bringing an end to 12 years of rule by Benjamin Netanyahu of the Likud Party.
The Government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega continued with its arresting spree against opposition leaders over the weekend despite international condemnation against that type of practices. The arrests bring to 12 the number of opponents detained since June 2.
The world's seven most advanced economies signalled on Sunday during the G7 summit a desire to build a rival to China's multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road initiative. German Chancellor said she hoped that a new G7 task force can present first infrastructure projects in developing countries in 2022
The UK has concluded annual fisheries negotiations with the EU, providing certainty for the fishing industry on catch limits for the remainder of 2021, according to a news release from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
An independent study of the Falkland Islands finfish fishery has found that lack of international cooperation over fish stocks straddling international boundaries to be one of ‘the most constraining factors to sustainable ecological and economic management of the [Falklands’] finfish fishery,’ adding that ‘it is also likely to have disastrous outcomes; a prediction supported by the current status of many, although not all, of the finfish stocks.’