The Falkland Islands Community School is thrilled with this year’s GCSE results. Against a complex background following the cancellation of UK GCSEs and the continuation of ‘live’ international GCSE exams, students and staff have again displayed resilience and determination to secure strong GCSE outcomes.
WWF and Tesco released Driven to Waste, a new report that quantifies the total amount of food lost on farms globally; revealing an estimated 2.5 billion tons of food goes uneaten around the world each year.
The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Wednesday reported that less than 20% of people in Latin America and the Caribbean have been fully immunized against COVID-19 and announced actions will be taken to reverse that situation.
According to data released Wednesday, Rio de Janeiro accounts for 36% of all coronavirus Delta variant detections in Brazil, making it the epicenter of that particular strain nationwide.
The Brazilian senate passed on Tuesday a bill revoking the National Security Law dating back to 1983 when the country was ruled by military dictators. The new text adds several crimes against democratic institutions and the rule of the law and is expected to be sanctioned by president Jai Bolsonaro.
South Korea wants to advance with trade negotiations with Mercosur. Discussions started back in 2018 and at the end of the month, a seventh-round is slated to take place.
While borders between Argentina and Paraguay are technically still closed as a result of emergency sanitary measures due to the coronavirus pandemic. walking across the Parana river bed from one country to another is becoming increasingly common as a result of the historical downspout.
General Laura Richardson will become the first woman ever to head the Southern Command of the country's Armed Forces after a Senatorial green light was issued Wednesday.
Brazil's Lower House Wednesday stripped Representative Flordelis dos, Santos de Souza of her parliamentary immunity, almost a year after the prosecution filed charges against her for having her husband murdered.
Argentina and Israel have expressed their condemnation of Iran's decision Wednesday to appoint Ahmad Vahidi as the country's new Interior Minister.