By Tsvetana Paraskova for Oilprice.com – The OPEC+ group decided on Tuesday to add another 400,000 barrels per day to its total oil production in February in a widely expected move to continue easing the cuts each month.
Physicians treating Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Tuesday ruled out a new surgery and said the patient was recovering from yet another intestinal obstruction which required an emergency hospitalization earlier this week.
The Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro has decided to cancel its widely famous carnival street celebrations due to the covid-19 pandemic, which,has made such a large gathering unfeasible, according to Mayor Eduardo Paes.
French scientists have warned the world about yet another variant of SARS-Cov-2 after spotting it in a vaccinated patient who had just returned from Cameroon, it was reported in a medical journal last week.
Just hours after Twitter banned Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene permanently, Facebook gave her a 24-hour suspension for remarks she made on the alleged negative side of covid-19 vaccines.
Lawmakers of the ruling Frente de Todos (FdT) in the Argentine province of Misiones have filed an proposal to fight the smuggle of fuel and other items across the Paraguayan border, which is said to be growing daily in drums and also on small barges across the river.
Foreign trade has meant around US $ 15 billion for Argentina's Central Bank (BCRA) in 2021, according to projections reported Monday in Buenos Aires. It became the fifth best surplus so far in the 21st century, despite November's US $ 117 million deficit, the first setback since 2018.
Uruguayan Broad Front (Frente Amplio - FA) newly-elected leader Fernando Pereira's has announced his international agenda which includes meetings with Chile's President-elect Gabriel Boric and Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva, whose return to the Planalto Palace seems unstoppable.
Five French-built warplanes Argentina bought under President Mauricio Macri for US $ 14 million have never taken to the air, due to which Juntos por el Cambio (JxC) and Fente de Todos (FdT) politicians are now trading pointing fingers.
By Jorge Castañeda - Chile has long been something of a bellwether in Latin America. So, when Chilean voters elected the left-wing Gabriel Boric, a 35-year-old former student leader, as president on Sunday, the rest of Latin America wanted to know: What does this mean for Chile – and for us?