Argentina participated in the recent Trade negotiations of the World Trade Organization at the ministerial level, which addressed the issue of rules for global fisheries and limits to government subsidies to fishing, committing its support for an agreement, but not forgetting the Falkland Islands claim.
Uruguay was depicted in yellow Sunday in Harvard's Index of contagion risk, which is tantamount to “moderate” after seven months listed among the more dangerous countries.
Independent candidate Sebastián Sichel took most of the votes within the right-wing bloc, Chile Vamos, while Frente Amplio Deputy Gabriel Boric was chosen in the left-wing Apruebo coalition after Chile's primary elections held Sunday.
The world's leading oil-producing countries agreed on Sunday to continue with the gradual increase of output, 400,000 barrels per day, beginning August first, to help global economic recovery following the pandemic, according to a release from the group's meeting in Vienna.
Chilean Central Bank board members decided unanimously to increase the reference inter-bank interest rate some 25 base points to 0.75%, which represents the first rise in over two and a half years, given the improved economic prospects since the pandemic was triggered.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Sunday called on all citizens to “unite against impunity,” on his Twitter account on the 27th anniversary of the terrorist bombing of the AMIA Jewish social association in Buenos Aires.
The group of foreign powers monitoring Haiti's situation has changed its mind as to who should lead the country to speedy elections to restore normalcy following President Jovenel Moïse earlier this month.
Paraguayan Justice Minister Cecilia Pérez Sunday considered maximum security wards for imprisoned women were necessary after ammunition was found near the Buen Pastor correctional facility. women's prison and the work they did to prevent them from entering the prison.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro was discharged Sunday from the Vila Nova Star Hospital in São Paulo where he had been admitted four days before to treat an intestinal obstruction linked to the stab wound he sustained during an attack while campaigning for office.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was forced to backtrack on his decision to stick to his commitments despite having been in touch with a positive case of covid-19.