US carrier Eastern Airlines, which started the nonstop Miami-Montevideo route just last week, has announced that as of July it will be lifting flights to Guayaquil until further notice.
A short film by Kurdish Regisseur Shehim Omar Khalifa which was highly awarded worldwide is now planning to become a full-length documentary as shooting for its enlargement is underway in Baghdad, Iraq.
By Yliana Rodríguez (*) – An English variety with an Uruguayan flavour Falkland Islands English has called my attention for more than a decade since my dear friend George Stewart once told me about the Spanish words used down there. I flew home to tell my Dad, who to my surprise remained unruffled at the news and went on to tell me about Uruguayan gauchos in the Falklands.
Argentine Migrations Director Florencia Carignano said this weekend in a radio interview that those who left the country before the entry of airborne passengers was reduced from 2,000 to 600 a day -or two flights- should have known this could happen.
Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou Sunday announced he shall be appointing current National Meat Institute head Fernando Mattos as the country's new Minister of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries instead of Carlos María Uriarte.
In what was probably his last public appearance, British Ambassador to Buenos Aires Mark Kent Friday bestowed – on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II – the Medal of Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) on Argentine businessman Eduardo Eurnekian for his services to the relations between the two countries. cemetery
The Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego will be voting a bill on Wednesday to ban salmon farming in the waters of the extreme south territory, according to reports in the Ushuaia media.
The United Kingdom's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a note dated June 25 announcing the suspension of Binance Markets Ltd and warned customers the platform was falling under tighter scrutiny worldwide.
Argentina's Malvinas and Antarctica secretary was rebuked and insulted in his return trip from New York in a first-class American Airlines flight. The passenger recorded the incident on his cell phone which he then twitted and immediately went viral.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Sunday paid tribute to the almost 100,000 people who died of covid-19 in the country, during a ceremony at the Kirchner Cultural Center (CCK), formerly the National Mail's headquarters in Buenos Aires.