A private group is determined to bring back to life the defunct Líneas Aéreas Paraguayas (LAP), which used to be the South American country's flag airline between the 1960s and 1990s, it was announced in Asunción.
A landowner in the town of Punta Tombo in the Argentine Province of Chubut is to be prosecuted under the Law of Cruelk Treatment Against Animals after crushing several penguin nests and electrocuting over a hundred of the birds living at the local natural wildlife reserve some 110 kilometres south from Rawson, the provincial capital.
A pill to treat COVID-19 patients can now be distributed throughout Paraguay's conventional pharmaceutical network after two local laboratories were granted a registration license to manufacture Molnupiravir, the pill developed by Merck.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has joined the Liberal Party (PL) under which he will be able to seek reelection in October, next year. With Tuesday's move, Bolsonaro has left behind his discrepancies with the party leadership, most specifically with party chairman Valdemar da Costa Neto.
World tennis Number One and defending champion Novak Djokovic will not play the 2022 edition of the Australian Open in response to the vaccination requirement against COVID-19 imposed by local authorities and organizers.
Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou Monday said his Government had no specific strategy against the Omicron strain of the coronavirus, other than “being alert.”
The United States is the only country in the world where there are more civilian weapons than citizens. In effect, there are 120 weapons for every 100 US citizens and according to researchers from the Swiss organization Small Arms Survey even when the exact number of civilian firearms is difficult to quantify for several factors, including unregistered and illegal trade, researchers estimates that US citizens account for some 393 million, which is about 46% of all civilian weapons in the world.
Health Ministers from the seven most developed democratic economies in the world Monday agreed the new coronavirus strain dubbed Omicron was “highly transmissible” and called for “urgent action.”
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva and former São Paulo State Governor Geraldo Alckmin were said Monday to have been working on a possible ticket for next year's presidential elections.
As incoming trips from Africa were banned almost worldwide in light of the appearance of the Omicron strain of SARS-CoV-2, Argentine authorities had no trouble allowing a cruise ship steaming from Cape Verde to moor in Buenos Aires.... because “it came from Asia.”