Scores of Brazilians Saturday flocked to the streets of many cities nationwide demanding the impeachment of President Jair Bolsonaro, who in an unrelated event once again insisted firearms in the hands of civilians would prevent the increase of urban violence.
Colombia's National Liberation Army (ELN), the largest remaining armed group in the country, Friday warned the government that the killing of one of their leaders earlier this week would not go unpunished.
Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri has been summoned to appear on Oct. 7 before the Courts in a case of alleged espionage against relatives of the Navy's ARA San Juan submarine crew.
The appointment of former Mendoza Deputy Guillermo Carmona at the helm of the Malvinas Secretariat has been interpreted by the Argentine armed forces as a sign that the Government intends to toughen up on the sovereignty dispute with the United Kingdom, it was reported.
Argentine Health Minister Carla Vizzotti Friday announced the Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine had been approved for use on children aged 3 to 11.
Punta Arenas, as the capital of the Chilean Magallanes Region and Chilean Antarctica, will finally have its International Antarctic Center making the city the logistic hub and gate of access to Western Antarctica, following on the regional council's decision to support and finance the 88 million dollars project as part of the development program for Extreme Zones.
The Government of Ecuador is considering the possibility of granting over 2,000 pardons to cut down on the country's jail population after this week's riot in a Guayaquil detention facility which resulted in 118 deaths.
Gibraltar Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo QC MP, tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday upon his return from the United Kingdom. Mrs Picardo, who travelled with the Chief Minister, has tested negative.
The British Government finally decided to launch “Operation Escalin,” a deployment of Army staff to “start delivering fuel to pumps” in a move to avert shortages of petrol.
National Deputy José Luis Martiarena from the province of Jujuy's Frente de Todos party of President Alberto Fernández Thursday submitted a bill whereby bank deposits would be nationalized “to reform the financial system.”