The Government of Argentina Monday went back on its steps and reopened exports of soybeans and their by-products after a decision on March 13 to close the registry for sales abroad imposed by Undersecretary of Agricultural Markets Javier Preciado Patiño.
Effective Monday, Wales has banned all sorts of bodily punishment on children, which are still legal in England and Northern Ireland. Slapping or even shaking a child is tantamount to assault perpetrated against an adult, according to the new rules in force. Until Sunday, slapping was tolerated if it was a reasonable punishment.
A US-built Boeing 737-800 belonging to China Eastern Airlines crashed Monday in the southern province of Guangxi, presumably killing all 132 people on board instantly, in what has become the worst civilian air disaster in the country since 2010.
Meteorologists have registered rare temperatures in Antarctica 30 degrees Celsius above usual figures, which had last been recorded in 1991. Scientists believe that should this situation persist, it would be a clear sign of climate change.
The April calendar of events listed includes those taking place in the Falkland Islands and separately in the United Kingdom:
An elite British serviceman has been arrested after returning from Ukraine, where he allegedly went to join the so-called International Legion of Territorial Defense, which brings together foreign fighters wishing to engage Russian troops, it was reported.
Brazilian Supreme Federal Court (STF) Justice Alexandre De Moraes Sunday reversed his previous decision to terminate the smartphone application Telegram nationwide for its alleged involvement in the dissemination of fake news.
Former two-time Uruguayan President Julio María Sanguinetti said it was wise to compare his country's situation with that of Argentina so that people could know what is at stake next weekend at the referendum on whether to repeal or not 135 provisions of the so-called Law of Urgent Consideration (LUC).
The price of fuel at pumps in Paraguay will be reduced as of Monday, the state-run company Petropar has announced.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones Sunday announced his Government's upcoming actions will be aimed at strengthening the Second Agrarian Reform, because, after all, our lands give us all the food and our brother farmers deserve to be supported in a comprehensive and rapid manner.