Brazil's Supreme Federal Court (STF) Thursday ruled that lower court decisions granting linear discounts on college tuition fees during the COVID-19 pandemic were unconstitutional.
By Halev Zaremba Oilprice.com – One of the biggest challenges standing in the way of achieving a 100% renewable energy transition is the fact that key sources of renewable power including wind and solar are variable - meaning that they don’t supply a steady flow of energy production. Instead, they are dependent on external factors such as weather, daylight hours, and seasons.
Pharmaceutical companies from Israel and Mexico have announced an oral vaccine against COVID-19 is to be marketed across Latin America shortly.
There are significant plans underway to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Falkland Islands' campaign and will be soon announced, UK Minister for Defense People and Veterans, Leo Docherty MP said.
FIH group plc the AIM quoted international specialist services group with businesses in the Falkland Islands and the UK, has announced an important new contract secured by its Falkland Islands business “FIC”.
The German Government has announced restrictions are to be imposed on those unvaccinated against COVID-19 in an attempt to curb the current fourth wave.
Paraguay's Central Bank (BCP) Thursday hinted the country's GDP might grow above expectations by the end of 2021.
The Falkland Islands will see the arrival of its first expedition vessel as part of a scaled down summer tourist season on Thursday 25 November 2021. The vessel, Silver Explorer, will call to Bleaker Island and Bull Point for the day and passengers will be permitted to disembark and visit the areas.
Falklands had a most busy week in London with ministerial meetings, contacts, speeches, addressing an agenda full of issues in different fields most of them of interest for the Islands and shared with colleagues from the Association of Overseas Territories.
French cruise company Ponant, specializing in Antarctic expeditions has two of its vessels in the port of Ushuaia, extreme south of Argentina. L'Austral and Le Boreal twin vessels are 142 meters long with a capacity of 246 passengers and 140 crew.