Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina have announced the vaccine certificates and protocols which will be demanded from cruise vessel passengers and crewmembers this coming summer season if they are to call in the three countries as part of their South American tours.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones Sunday announced the country's Second Agrarian Reform, which seeks to promote the social inclusion of more than 2 million agricultural producers, according to the government's plan.
Libertarian Economist Javier Milei is closing on Kirchnerite Leandro Santoro in their Nov. 14 quest for a seat on Argentina's Lower House on behalf of the City of Buenos Aires, the firm CB Consultora Opinion Pública said Sunday.
Former Vice President Sergio Ramírez has launched an appeal to the international community not to recognize the outcome of November's presidential elections in Nicaragua.
The Argentine government has confirmed that the Heliport and Panedile associated partners have been awarded the contract to build the Chihuido hydroelectric complex in the Patagonian province of Neuquen. The first company belongs to Eduardo Eurnekian and the second to the Dragonetti family.
Argentina has recorded a trade surplus with Brazil in September following a YoY increase in sales of 37% year-on-year, it was reported.
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games to take place from 28 July to 8 August will be preceded by the 16th official Queen’s Baton Relay. An epic journey across the Commonwealth, with the Queen’s Baton visiting all 72 nations and territories, reaching Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania, the Caribbean and in the Americas, among others the Falkland Islands on 7 June 2022.
Brazilian voters are to go out Sunday to choose 19 new Mayors in six states after the Electoral Court has banned those chosen in 2020 to take office, citing legal grounds.
Eritrean citizen Natabay Tinsiew has died last week at the age of 127, making him eligible for a berth within the Guinness Book of Records as the world's longest-living person, his family hoped.
At least 90 houses in the small Honduran island of Guanaja, a most coveted beach resort in the Caribbean Sea, have been brought down to its ashes Saturday when a fire broke out, it was reported.