US President Joseph Biden, his Mexican colleague Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), and Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will get together Nov. 18 in Washington DC for the North American Leaders Summit, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard announced Wednesday.
Singapore's Judiciary has decided to halt the execution of a 33-year-old Malayan citizen who had been sentenced to death for drug smuggling after the inmate was diagnosed with COVID-19.
Brazil's Environment Minister Joaquim Leite Wednesday demanded attendees at Glasgow's COP26 Summit that it was up to the wealthiest countries in the world to provide for the financing of the developing nations' clean development strategies.
A bill authorizing Chileans to make a fourth withdrawal of pension funds to cope with economic shortcomings due to restrictive measures taken during the fight against COVID-19 has failed to make it through the Senate.
Brazil's Supreme Federal Court (STF) looked poised Tuesday to bring the existence of confidential funds to an end. According to this mechanism dating back to 2020, a parliamentarian acts each year as budget rapporteur, suggesting federal agencies where and how to spend that money.
Venezuelan prominent political leader, Chavismo's number two, Diosdado Cabello, lashed out on Tuesday against the European Union's electoral mission that is in the country to supervise the upcoming legislative and regional elections.
The heads of the International Monetary Fund, World Bank Group, World Health Organization and World Trade Organization held on Tuesday the 2nd High-Level Consultations with the CEOs of leading COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing companies.
China has increased its global trade ninefold in the twenty years since joining the World Trade Organization, WTO, well ahead of the United States, according to the UN Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD.
Former operatives of Chile's National Intelligence Directorate (DINA) have been convicted earlier this week for crimes against humanity committed during Augusto Pinochet's military regime (1973-1990).
LATAM reported on Tuesday that during the third quarter of this year it registered a net loss of US$ 691.9 million, due to the costs of maintenance and the expenses of the restructuring carried out by the pandemic.