Argentina's Interior Minister Wado De Pedro, Friday announced that effective November 1 airlines interested in operating in the country will be able to do so with no coronavirus restrictions in place.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Thursday achieved his 20th judicial victory after yet another case against him was dismissed due to lack of evidence.
Popular support to Uruguay's President Luis Lacalle Pou, which had been declining in the past few months, has resumed its upward trend and grew 5% since July's, a study conducted by pollsters Factum has shown.
Chilean authorities have lifted the curfew imposed over a year and a half ago as a part of the sanitary measures against the COVID-19 pandemic effective Oct. 1, it was announced.
While Chile's presidential delegate at Tarapacá, Miguel Ángel Quezada, accused Bolivia on Thursday of not making any effort to prevent the crossing of irregular migrants through the common border, authorities from both countries have formed four working groups to coordinate the fight against drug trafficking.
Unrest reigned Thursday among Venezuelans as Friday's monetary reconversion which will remove six zeros from “sovereign bolivars” loomed over, prompting the exchange rate with the US dollar to skyrocket.
Despite the global pandemic, the strong strategic relationship between the Falkland Islands Government (FIG) and British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has gone from strength to strength. Following the success of the previous austral summer research season, the Falkland Islands is once again positioned to be the gateway for exciting and important Antarctic science over the next six to nine months.
Brazilian news outlets Thursday revealed embarrassing private Whatsapp messages from President Jair Bolsonaro which included homophobic remarks and words of praise for former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.
Ecuador's police was still fighting to control a jailhouse in Guayaquil after a riot by inmates led to clashes that have so far resulted in 118 deaths in what turned out to be one of Latin America's worst prison massacres.
US President Joseph Biden Thursday signed into law the government funding bill, hours after Congress agreed on it in a last-minute rush to avoid a shutdown.