A 35-year-old man who had had coronavirus and medical history of diabetes has been recorded as Argentina's first death caused by “black fungus,” it was announced Friday.
Former Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso (FHC) defended the alliance of political forces to oppose authoritarianism in a newspaper interview marking his 90th birthday, Friday, June 18.
The European Commission has reached an agreement to allow 75,000 tonnes of Falklands loligo to be imported tariff-free into the European Union, according to reports in Galician daily Faro de Vigo.
Uruguayan health authorities Friday made a donation to Paraguay of 12,000 doses of the AstraZeneca anticovid-19 vaccine, some of which are due to expire June 28 and the rest by the end of August, it was announced.
The Falkland Islands Executive Council (ExCo) approved a proposal to remove the fences which secured former minefield sites around the Islands over a three-year period of 2021 to 2024.
Peru's President Francisco Sagasti has ordered the Minister of Defense to investigate the sending of a letter by retired military officers which may imply a breach “to the constitutional order.”
The World Health Organization's (WHO) chief scientist said on Friday that the Delta variant of the coronavirus, first identified in India, is becoming the globally dominant variant.
The German company NanoTag Biotechnologies has purchased from The Austral University of Chile (AUCh) the marketing license for the W25 antibody, it was announced Friday in Santiago.
Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi looks poised to become Iran's next president after Friday's elections amid surging coronavirus cases and voter apathy in a devastated economy.
AFP – A new paper in the journal Cancer Discovery has identified specific patterns of DNA damage triggered by diets rich in red meat - further implicating the food as a carcinogen while heralding the possibility of detecting cancer early and designing new treatments.