A report released Tuesday by an Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) investigation group showed “summary executions” were carried out in Bolivia during the 2019 uprising which resulted in President Evo Morales' resignation.
The Argentine province of Buenos Aires will start Wednesday deploying house-by-house roving vaccinating squads to reach both those who have not had access to immunization as well as people who are reluctant to get jabbed, provincial Health Minister Nicolás Kreplak announced Tuesday.
Peru's Foreign Minister Héctor Béjar Tuesday handed in his resignation to President Pedro Castillo, which was accepted. “I am free again!” posted the departing official on social media.
The Royal Navy's sole icebreaker HMS Protector is sailing for the Antarctic, her first visit to the frozen continent since 2019. With the UK about to be the focus of international efforts to tackle climate change as it hosts the UN COP26 conference in Glasgow, the unique survey/research ship will continue her work supporting scientists from around the world to study the impact of global warming.
Plastic pollution combined with ocean acidification hinders the development of Antarctic krill in the Southern Ocean, research published in Marine Frontiers reveals.
Following the success of the Tourism Recovery Incentive Program – or TRIP scheme – which ran from October 2020 until May 2021, the Falkland Islands Government will be running a survey to understand what aspects of the scheme went well and where improvements can be made.
Former Bolivian Deputy Minister of Medium, Large Business and Industry Eduardo Peinado Rivero has entered Chile in a quite unorthodox way and applied for political asylum, it was announced Tuesday.
The Falkland Islands government has confirmed that overnight on Monday 16 August, the Explosives Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team from the Joint Operations Command Centre at Mount Pleasant Complex was contacted by the Royal Falkland Islands Police (RFIP) regarding possible unexploded ordnance at Yorke Bay.
The conflict which nearly cost Paraguay's interior minister Arnaldo Giuzzio his job seems to be about to be solved, according to Tuesday's developments.
Several Chinese ports are facing serious congestions because many ships have been forced to re-schedule calls at Ningbo, the second busiest port in the country because it remains partially closed down following a case of Covid-19.