The International Monetary Fund Thursday called for a credible and solid plan on the part of Argentina and recommended the country gradually loosened all restrictions on foreign currency exchange.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Thursday signed into law the bill whereby changes are introduced to the Penal Code's National Security chapter which dated back to times of military rule, and which will become effective 90 days from now.
According to the Botanic Gardens Conservation International, World Forestry Report published Wednesday, one-third of the forest wealth in Latin America and the Caribbean is under threat of extinction.
The Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture confirmed it was investigating a suspected case of mad cow in the central state of Minas Gerais. The situation dating to August 31 caused abattoirs and meatpacking plants to stop the purchase of cattle with an immediate downfall in prices, expected to continue until the situation is cleared.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Thursday ratified his government's pledge to start applying the third dose of COVID-19 vaccine to people aged over 50 by the end of this month, despite the fact a booster rollout has still not been signed off by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).
Hurricane Ida Thursday hit the entire Northeast region in the United States, killing dozens of people and flooding streets, causing severe damage to the local transport services.
The Government of South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands announced the release of a new stamp set to celebrate the recovering ecosystem of the Territory and in particular whales, according to the latest edition of the South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands Government Newsletter.
The Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) has agreed to allow the return of La Celeste fans for the next home football World Cup qualifying game, but with capacity restrictions and only for vaccinated fans.
An investment worth US $ 64 million has been pledged by Pepsi Cola to increase production in the Uruguayan free trade zone of Colonia del Sacramento on the River Plate's East bank.