The Government of Israel has become the first in the world to decide on the use of a third dose of the Pfizer anticoronavirus vaccine, a move which some other countries are likely to follow suit shortly.
Cardinal Angelo Becciu is one of ten defendants in what is the Vatican’s largest trial for financial crimes in the modern era. The cardinal is going before the Vatican tribunal for the first time since Pope Francis changed norms in April to allow cardinals and archbishops to be tried by lay judges, in this case on charges of embezzlement and abuse of office.
A federal court in the Argentine city of Rosario Thursday handed down life in jail sentence to each of the four defendants in the Klotzman case of human rights violations and murder during the 1976-1983 military dictatorship.
One case of the coronavirus Delta variant has been detected in the Argentine province of Córdoba in a traveler who had arrived from Lima, Peru, through Buenos Aires' Aeroparque Jorge Newbery airport on July 19.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Thursday appointed Congressman Guido Bellido Ugarte of his Peru Libre leftwing party to become the country's new Prime Minister, while the remaining members of the cabinet are still due to take office.
Paraguay is to receive large investments to install 500,000 Bitcoin miners, as at least eight Chinese economic groups have expressed their interest in relocating their operations to the South American country thanks to its favorable legislation.
The main opposition alliance in Nicaragua named a former right-wing guerrilla and a beauty queen as its candidates for the coming presidential election in November. The Citizens Alliance for Liberty, CXL, nominated Oscar Sobalvarro, 68 as president hopeful and ex-Miss Nicaragua 2017, Berenice Quezada, 27 to complete the ticket.
This Thursday the Falkland Islands Government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between FIG, the UK Government, and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
China has been stepping up its engagement with South Pacific island nations. It is necessary to monitor China's moves as it looks to win over smaller countries to its side through economic assistance with no concern of how its actions are perceived, turning them into its footholds.