Sailors and military personnel in the Falkland Islands saluted the last Royal Navy ship damaged in the 1982 conflict, according to a Royal Navy report. A small group from HMS Forth – the patrol ship which serves as the Islands’ constant guardian – and Mount Pleasant gathered at Hookers Point outside Stanley and the imposing monument of Welsh granite erected to HMS Glamorgan.
Uruguayan dairy producer Conaprole has filed a lawsuit against the State for nearly US$ 62 million due to payments owed by Venezuela for the sale of products, Agriculture Minister Fernando Mattos announced.
Italy's new airline ITA, which was founded to replace the extinct Alitalia, has announced it would start flying to Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires from Rome and back in the coming month of June.
The Government of Austria has suspended the enforcement of legislation making vaccination against COVID-19 mandatory for all residents over 18 years of age in this country of 8.9 million inhabitants, it was reported Wednesday.
Argentina's consumer price index (CPI) for the month of February of 2022 is expected to be around 3.9%, while Venezuela's would be below half that much, at 1.7%, it was reported.
The Falklands Maritime Heritage Trust confirmed on Wednesday that the Endurance22 Expedition has located the wreck of Endurance, Sir Ernest Shackleton’s ship which has not been seen since it was crushed by the ice and sank in the Weddell Sea in 1915.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Tuesday announced his intention to run for reelection in 2023 during an event marking Women's Day celebrations in José C. Paz, a suburb in Greater Buenos Aires.
Women took to the streets of the capital cities of the three Spanish-speaking Mercosur countries to celebrate International Women's Day. There were similar events in other towns throughout the region, it was reported.
Argentine president Alberto Fernandez admitted on Tuesday the possibility of bidding for reelection next year, during a political rally celebrating the International Workers Women Day held in the stronghold of a Buenos Aires province powerful leader, Mario Ishi,
Residents in the Uruguayan town of San Javier are not like any other South American people. At least not when Russia is involved in what seems to be the largest armed conflict so far in the 21st Century. San Javier was founded by Russian immigrants in the early 1900s. For locals, Russia is still their Mother Land.