The highlight of this year's Joint Ministerial Council, JMC, meeting between British Overseas Territories leaders and UK cabinet ministers was a speech by the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, referred to climate change and the role BOTs play “on the front line”.
Venezuela's Foreign Minister Félix Plasencia Thursday criticized the European Union's decision to uphold sanctions against over 50 officials of the Nicolás Maduro administration ahead of Sunday's elections.
Brazil has reached a new low in its rate of COVID-19 infections Wednesday, after only 9,335 new daily cases were detected over the past week, it was announced.
Argentine businessman and art collector Eduardo Constantini paid 35 million dollars for an iconic painting of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo at Sotheby's in United States. The record-breaking sum for a Kahlo masterpiece is a self-portrait, “Diego and me”, was painted in 1949 and was dedicated “to Florence and Sam with love from Frida”.
Former Lava Jato Judge Sergio Moro said he was “ready” to challenge President Jair Bolsonaro and former President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva in the October 2022 elections.
French President Emmanuel Macron Wednesday praised Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva's “political courage,” as the former head of state (2003-2011) appears ready to return to power in next year's elections, although he denies having launched his candidacy.
Brazil's Federal Supreme Court (STF) Justice Luís Roberto Barroso Wednesday gave President Jair Bolsonaro's administration five days to rectify the situation of malnourished Yanomami deprived of medical care, portrayed in a TV show over this past weekend.
Negotiations between Brazil's Government and entrepreneur Elon Musk to make the internet available to people in the Amazon region were announced Wednesday.
Neurologist Facundo Manes, who has just been voted into Argentina's Lower House on behalf of the opposition Together for a Change (JxC - Juntos por el Cambio) coalition, has said President Alberto Fernández had a cognitive deficiency known as anosognosia.
A former Haitian policeman who had been arrested for his alleged involvement in the July 7 assassination of President Jovenel Moïse has died presumably of COVID-19 while in custody, it was reported.