Fort Lauderdale's Chief of Police has been sacked after it was determined he had discriminated against white officers when deciding on their promotions on the grounds of their race and not of their skills for the job, it was reported.<
A newspaper report released Monday by Buenos Aires' daily Página 12 explained how the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has expanded its influence over South America. The news outlet said the document which proved their story was “top secret.”
Chinese researchers have announced they have developed a single vaccine against coronavirus and influenza, which has been tested successfully on mice, it was reported Monday.
Queen Elizabeth II Monday met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in what was her first face-to-face encounter with anyone outside her innermost circle after recovering from COVID-19. Trudeau was on a trip to the UK for talks on the war in Ukraine with his British and Dutch colleagues, Boris Johnson and Mark Rutte, respectively.
A “nutty” initiative, Tierra del Fuego governor Gustavo Melella described the proposal by several Argentine lawmakers to create in Congress a Malvinas Islands bench, which would remain empty covered with an Argentine flag until the legitimate occupier arrives, a symbolic sovereignty claim over the Islands 'usurped' by Great Britain.
The world's leading credit cards issued by Russian banks will no longer be accepted outside the country, while those issued abroad will not be valid for transactions, it was announced over the weekend.
Less than a week before the end of President Sebastián Piñera's term, Chile's government has announced plans to build a long ditch on the border with Bolivia as a measure to control the migration crisis stemming from the illegal arrival of people.
Argentine Minister of Defense Jorge Taiana and the governor of Tierra del Fuego province, Gustavo Melella laid the founding stone of the Ushuaia Integral Naval Base, which will replace the current naval base, and will be built in two phases including 15.000 square meters military wharf.
China is growing up to its international commitments: two coastal provinces following instructions from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs have started to award fishery stewardship subsidies to its vessels depending on how they implement measures such as catch volumes, respecting opening and closure of seasons, during the previous year.
In a new direct Brexit spinoff, authorities at the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar have confirmed that routine patients may henceforth be ferried for treatment to Spanish hospitals only if their ambulances are staffed by Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) employees who live in Spain or by EU nationals, it was reported.