Russia's intentions to install nuclear power plants in Argentina took a new step Monday as the Rosatom agency invited Argentine officials over to visit its floating plant in Siberia.
Peruvian electoral authorities Monday announced it might take even three more weeks to finally know who won the presidential runoff between the leftist Pedro Castillo and the conservative Keiko Fujimori.
United States President Joseph Biden Monday called on his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin to step back from provocative actions during a news conference at the NATO headquarters in Brussels.
Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (2003-2010) admitted to being annoyed by the mandatory wearing of a mask but said he would abide by the rule if only to differentiate himself from current president Jair Bolsonaro, who has repeatedly refused to do so.
Brazil's National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) on Monday granted a shelf-life extension to 3 million doses of Janssen's Covid-19 vaccine.
Israel's ambassador to Buenos Aires, Galit Ronen, warned on Monday that her country will stop buying meat from Argentina and look for other suppliers if the export ban persists.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Monday that he will not be able to keep his promise to return to life as it was before the coronavirus pandemic by 21 June and the UK will now have to wait until 19 July.
Alphabet's YouTube will no longer allow political or election ads in its coveted masthead spot at the top of the site's homepage nor ads for alcohol, gambling and prescription drugs, it said on Monday.
Bolivia's former acting president Jeanine Añez claimed she was a “political prisoner” in remarks on Twitter on Sunday. Añez has been arrested for over three months following coup allegations by her predecessor and rival Evo Morales.
British Overseas Territories South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands have issued a series of coloured titanium coins highlighting the fin whale. The coins are produced y Pobjoy Mint.