Argentine politician and former Formula One car racing driver Carlos Alberto Reutemann has passed away Wednesday at the age of 79 in his native city of Santa Fe.
HMS Prince of Wales arrived in Gibraltar on Tuesday 6 July for a programmed logistics visit. This inaugural visit to Gibraltar will also be her first non-UK port visit.
Unidentified gunmen have shot Haitian President Jovenel Moïse dead at his private residence in Port-au-Prince overnight on Wednesday, interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph said.
Falkland Islands' Chief Police Officer Superintendent Jeff McMahon is heading an inquiry to find the remains of Argentine soldiers who are still unaccounted for and maybe in unmarked interments in the north of East Falkland at a place called Teal Inlet.
Former Banco República of Uruguay (BROU) CEO Fernando Calloia's 20-month jail sentence was upheld Tuesday by Uruguay's Supreme Court, thus extinguishing the chain of appeals available to the defendant.
Chile's Constitutional Assembly is finally set to start its historic sessions Wednesday at 10 am local time in Santiago, following last-minute problems earlier this week.
A new study released Tuesday by the Institute of Economics and Business Development (Iedep) of the Lima Chamber of Commerce showed that some 6.3 million Peruvians fell from the country's middle-class social group during 2020.
Nicaragua's regime headed for Daniel Ortega has ordered the arrest of opposition presidential hopeful Medardo Mairena late Monday.
Uruguay's House of Deputies Tuesday passed a resolution condemning the anti-democratic practices of Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega, who continues to place opposition politicians under arrest for allegedly planning to overthrow him.
The Government of Argentina is said to be considering a gradual reopening of its borders after the controversies erupted from its decision to impose a cap of 600 airborne passengers per day through the Ezeiza international airport.