Chile's Lower House Tuesday passed a motion to impeach President Sebastián Piñera for his involvement in the Dominga mining company affair, which was included in the Pandora Papers report.
The Bill Gates Foundation has allocated a grant to Italian company ReiThera Srl to produce Chile vaccines against COVID-19, it was announced.
Health authorities from the United Kingdom have added Sinovac, Sinopharm Beijing and Covaxin to the list of immunizers to be accepted in order to spare incoming travelers a mandatory quarantine.
The Brazilian State of São Paulo Monday recorded its first day without deaths due to COVID-19 since the outbreak of the pandemic in March 2020.
Inflation in Venezuela for October of 2021 was 8.1%, for a YoY record of 1,258%, according to a report from the Venezuelan Observatory of Finance (OVF) released Monday.
The International Committee of the Red Cross presented on Monday, in Geneva, its final report on forensic work to identify the remains of Argentine soldiers in the Falkland/Malvinas Islands.
Uruguay's Foreign Ministry Monday said the electoral process in Nicaragua which led to a new five-year term for the incumbent President Daniel Ortega and his Vice President wife Rosario Murillo lacked “legitimacy.”
After 97.74% of the votes had been counted, Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega secured his reelection for another five years in office with a 75.92% support amid notorious abstention and world criticism. Turnout was 65.23%.
US Government officials of Joseph Biden's administration Monday insisted the presidential vaccination mandate should remain in force despite a federal court's issuance of a stay against it last Saturday.
Colombian President Iván Duque Monday said his country and Israel were “sister nations” that share principles of defence of democracy and private initiative.