Venezuelan General Raúl Baduel, a former ally of President Hugo Chávez who later became one of the country's most notorious political prisoners, has died Tuesday of COVID-19 at the age of 66 and while still incarcerated.
Chilean scientists with teams of students are analyzing the impact of invasive or introduced species in Tierra del Fuego on autochthonous fauna, such as the case of some King Penguin rookeries that have become the target of foxes targeting their chicks.
A recent study by pollster Cifra has shown 77% of Uruguayans were in favour of anti-COVID-19 vaccination requirements for people willing to attend football stadiums, movie theatres or concerts, it was announced Tuesday in Montevideo.
Brazil's orthodox Economy minister Paulo Guedes anticipated that the multilateral institutions such as the IMF, once again are going to err their forecasts on the Brazilian economy growth. The comment follows on the IMF release stating that the Brazilian economy is estimated to grow 5,2% this year and 1,5% in 2022, below the government's forecasts.
US workers are quitting their jobs in an unprecedented manner, making things harder for employers to fill vacancies, it was reported Tuesday.
Swiss corporation Glencore has agreed to sell its zinc businesses in Bolivia to the Canadian company Santa Cruz Silver Mining, it was announced Tuesday.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) Tuesday drew a new maritime legal border between Somalia and Kenya in the Indian Ocean after a bitter legal battle between the two countries over boundaries involving areas potentially rich in oil and gas, it was announced.
The question of Northern Ireland's post-Brexit trading arrangements, better known as the EU/UK Trade and Cooperation Treaty, has the United Kingdom and the European Union on a collision course.
The Punta Arenas Appeals Court accepted a protective order presented by bio-engineer Elisa Giustinianovich Campos requesting measures in support of the residents of the San Gregorio commune, given the possible construction of two plants to process the effluents generated by the salmon industry in the region.
Chile's economy has been projected to grow 11%, way above the average of 6.3% foreseen for Latin America throughout 2021 by the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) Global Economic Outlook released Tuesday.